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SOLD OUT-Christensen/China: Lessons Learned-1/13

SOLD OUT - Dinner talk on China by Prof. Tom Christensen (WWS) -- international expert on Chinese affairs at the State Department, now back at WWS....


FELLOW ALUMS: SORRY BUT WE ARE SOLD OUT.... MORE COMING UP in FEBRUARY. PLEASE CHECK WEBSITE in the coming weeks.

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On Tuesday, Jan. 13, visit for a dinner to hear Prof. Tom Christensen as he visits Washington, DC.  Rarely available in DC, he is on hand for PCW on 1/13.  It's our Round 2 -- long planned for -- in our graduate-alumni-focused event series launched in March 2008 with talks on Chinese business and politics. CO-SPONSORS: The Princeton Club of Washington, the Asian American Alumni Association of Princeton (A4P) and the Association of Princeton Graduate Alumni (APGA).

FEW TICKETS REMAIN -- PLEASE JOIN US and ACT QUICKLY...

At our guest's request, this is a small dinner group meeting, with limited attendance....

WHAT: Prof. Thomas J. Christensen on China
Thomas Christensen is Professor of Politics and
International Affairs at the Woodrow Wilson School
WHERE: CHINATOWN GARDEN Restaurant
WHEN: Tuesday, January 13, 2009 - 6:00 pm - REGISTRATION BELOW ...

BIOGRAPHY of our SPECIAL GUEST
Thomas Christensen was U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian
and Pacific Affairs (while on leave from WWS).  At the Woodrow Wilson School, he
is Professor of Politics and International Affairs with a research and teaching focus
on international relations theory, the international relations of East Asia, and
China's foreign relations.

He has written Useful Adversaries: Grand Strategy, Domestic Mobilization, and
SinoAmerican Conflict, 1947-1958
, and many articles. He continues to work on
projects relating to alliances in East Asia, the growth of Chinese power, and U.S.
strategy toward East Asia.

He consults often for the U.S. government. In that role in 2002, he was presented
with a Distinguished Public Service Award by the United States Department of
State. Prior to joining Princeton (2003), he taught at Cornell University and at MIT.

FULL DETAILS on this EVENT

WHAT: Thomas Christensen -- "China: Recent Lessons Learned
-- Ideas for the Obama Administration"
WHEN: January 13, 6 pm
WHERE: Upstairs Party Room - Chinatown Garden
Address: 618 H Street, N.W., Washington, DC 20001
Tel: 202-737-8887
Reception/CASH bar will begin at 6 pm promptly.
TIMING for Dinner and Presentation: 6:30 pm.
COST: $25 for members of PCW , APGA and A4P (and their guests)
or $35 for others (incl. walk-in registrants -- if room is available).

BE SURE you have a membership before buying your $25 ticket.

NOTES on GETTING THERE:
METRO
: Gallery Place Metro (Red Line)
PARKING: On street or nearby.
PLEASE NOTE: There will be shutdown of automobile traffic
near the area (as of Jan. 5th week), and it may well impact
even traffic approaching Chinatown.  Best to USE METRO.

REGISTRATION -- CLICK below for tickets ...

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