Past Events

Sep. 23, 2017: Indianapolis Chinese Festival

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Jul 092017

The city of Indianapolis is hosting the eighth annual Indianapolis Chinese Festival downtown on September 23, at IUPUI Wood Plaza from noon to 6 p.m.. This festival is held during the month of Chinese Moon Festival, which is the second largest Chinese festival after Chinese New Year.  The Moon festival in China is a celebration of the harvest with family and friends.

IUPUI Wood Plaza
Indianapolis, IN

Saturday, September 23rd
12:00pm – 6:00pm

Aug. 29, 2017: ACSI’s Sixth Annual Gala

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Mar 162017


On Tuesday, August 29th, the America China Society of Indiana will be hosting its sixth annual gala at The Conrad in downtown Indianapolis. The event will feature a networking cocktail hour, dinner service, keynote speech and traditional Chinese dance performances.

Date: Tuesday, August 29th
Time: 6:00pm
Location: Conrad Indianapolis

Sponsorship Information

Per Ticket Cost – ACSI Members $150 // Non-Members $200

To Register, please contact Colin Renk at

Thank you to our 2017 Sponsors:
2017 Sponsors

Jul 062017


On Thursday, August 24th, the State of Indiana and the America China Society of Indiana will host the Indiana-Zhejiang 30th Anniversary Celebration and Business Seminar at the Indiana Convention Center in downtown Indianapolis. The half-day event, led by Indiana Governor Mr. Eric Holcomb and Zhejiang Party Secretary Mr. Che Jun, will feature a business matchmaking seminar, a signing ceremony re-affirming our sister state relationship, and a special photo exhibition cataloging the Indiana-Zhejiang Relationship. Lunch will be provided.

Zhejiang Company Profiles

Sponsorship Information

Thursday, August 24th
9:00am – 1:00pm

Indiana Convention Center
100 South Capitol Avenue


June 29, 2017: CGCC Chicago Conference

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May 252017

The China General Chamber of Commerce Chicago (CGCC Chicag0), in partnership with the World Business Chicago and China Investment Promotion Agency of the Ministry of Commerce PRC, is hosting the 2017 Annual Gala of CGCC Chicago – “New Era – Opportunities & Challenges in U.S.-China Economic Cooperation”. During the recent Summit in Palm Beach, Florida, President Donald Trump and President Xi Jinping, agreed to launch a 100-day plan to strengthen the trade and investment ties to boost cooperation between the two nations.

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June 2, 2017: The World in Transition- China

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Intl Center

Once a quarter, The International Center offers a half-day cross-cultural communication workshop. These workshops provide an overview of a featured country’s culture as well as business etiquette and protocol specific to the country’s customs. The curriculum is designed to help participants gain insight into how culture influences perceptions, values and beliefs. Each workshop also features a subject matter expert whose experience and background help bring the culture of the featured country to life.

The World in Transition: China Workshop Participants Will Be Provided With:

  • An overview of Chinese culture
  • Instructions on business etiquette and protocol in China
  • An understanding and appreciation of intercultural differences
  • Intercultural communication tools
  • Information about how culture influences perceptions, values and beliefs

Networking Breakfast: 8:30-9:00 a.m.

Workshop and Expert Panel Discussion: 9:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Workshop attendance is limited to 15 attendees in order to maximize the learning experience.

To register, please visit

Mar. 30, 2017: Analysis of Immigration Reform Seminar

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Mar 072017

Amid the uncertainty created by recent Executive Orders, proposed Congressional Bills, and rumors circulating on the internet, it is understandable that many are experiencing increased anxiety about their immigration status. In times like these, it is best to focus on what we know to be true and not on what others speculate could happen. No one can predict the future with certainty, but we can analyze the present facts and the known truths to anticipate future outcomes.

Blair Wheat is a licensed attorney in the State of Indiana, specializing in employment-based immigration law. He has practiced immigration law since 2008, most recently as General Counsel for LHP Engineering Solutions. Blair is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, Indiana Chapter since 2011. Along with the Indiana Chapter Legislative Committee, he will be meeting with members of Congress to advocate for immigration reform in AILA’s National Day of Action on April 6, 2017.

Event Details:

Thursday, March 30th
11:30am – 1:30pm

The Commons
300 Washington Street
Columbus, IN 47201


Mar. 21, 2017: Doing Business in China Seminar

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Mar 082017

Despite recent economic downturn, the Chinese market continues to exist as a global economic powerhouse. Furthermore, China is still the second largest trading partner of the United States. With proper tools and insight, you can bravely look to the Great Wall for your next business success.

To that end, the U.S. Commercial Service, in partnership with UPS, the South Bend Regional Chamber of Commerce and the International Center, is proud to bring this program to the Indiana business community.

“Doing Business in China” aims to give Indiana businesses the necessary knowledge to safely conduct business in China. The topics to be covered by this program include:
• China’s Economic Outlook
• Intellectual Property Concerns and Countermeasures
• Cultural Considerations
• Real Talk – Q&A with the Chinese Consulate Commercial Officer

We cordially invite you to join us for this half-day event at the Inn at Saint Mary’s in South Bend.

Date: March 21, 2017
Time: 8:00am – 1:00pm (Breakfast and Lunch included)
Location: The Inn at Saint Mary’s

To register, please contact Ye Hu at