Dr. Ming Wang will perform along with classic guitarist Carolos Enrique at Williamson County Library, January 12, 2pm
FRANKLIN, Tenn. – Have you ever wanted to travel to China but never had the chance? Now visit China at the Williamson County Library with Sister Cities Passport to the World Series featuring China. Musical performance by Dr. Min Wang, MD, PhD (Chinese violin er-hu) and Carolos Enrique (Classical Guitar). Dr. Ming Wang, MD, PhD, is the President of the Tennessee Chinese Chamber of Commerce and co-founder of Tennessee Immigrant and Minority Business Group.
Mrs. Li Waver will discuss many items that were first discovered in China, including gun powder, paper and fingerprinting. Mrs. Weaver will also give us an over view of the present China.
Mrs. Li Weaver, is the co-founder of J C Business Group, Inc., an international business consulting firm in Nashville. Ms. Weaver has more than 20 years’ experience developing and implementing global business strategies for both Chinese and Western organizations entering new markets, and expanding operations. William Hargraves and Charles Li will share their pictures and artifacts from China. Hargraves recently returned from China where he made presentations in Chengdu and Qionglai in Sichuan Province and in Shanghai. And Charles Li of Franklin, who is from Sichuan Province, and taught the Chinese language and culture 17 years ago will also present.
“Passport to the World,” which was launched in 2010, provides a personal look into the continents around the globe. This bi-monthly series walks through the doorways of the world to experience the art, music, food, lifestyle, landscape and heritage of our international neighbors presented through performance, presentation and display.
“This series is designed to assist our community in becoming globally competent and passionate citizens of the world,” said Patricia Kriebel, Sister Cities of Franklin and Williamson County. “Passport to the World” is a free event and open to the public. For more information, visit