Lunch Discussion: Alternatives to Mass Production in China - Supporting Chinese Indigenous Artisans


Location: Geddes Hall Coffee House

"Alternatives to Mass Production in China: Supporting Chinese Indigenous Artisans" will be the topic for the lunch discussion.  Chinese lunch will be provided.

International Summer Service Learning Program (ISSLP) 2016 students, Joy Qian and Joshua Pine, present their work with the Guizhou Rural Tourism Development Center in China to promote ethnic minority handicraft art. A sale will take place from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm to sell artwork that supports minority ethnic women artisans. 

Sponsored by the Center for Social Concerns, Liu Institute for Asia and Asian Studies, Higgins Labor Program, Notre Dame International, Chinese Culture Society Club, and Alumni Hall.