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International Night with the Los Angeles Avengers
A diverse panel will examine the upcoming Summer Olympic Games in Beijing
Scholars and professionals will discuss the importance and impact of the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
Speakers include Ambassador Zhang Yun, Consul General of the People's Republic of China; Clayton Dube, Associate Director of USC U.S.-China Institute; and Eugene Cooper, USC Professor of Anthropology; and Tom Fox, Wasserman Media Group.
Time: Friday, February 29
Location: Staples Center
Schedule of Events
5:00 PM - Behind the scenes tour of STAPLES Center
5:30 PM - Discussion panel followed by Q&A session
7:30 PM - Avengers vs. VooDoo game
***50% of proceeds benefit the Los Angeles World Affairs Council
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