FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 01/04/96
CONTACT: Margie Yu, Public Affairs Assistant
Los Angeles, CA -- January 4, 1996 -- Chinese Journalist Xiaopo Huang will speak on "Peace in China and the Impact of U.S. Foreign Policy" at California State University, Los Angeles' second lecture in the Center for Student Life's Global Peace Lecture Series. The presentation, sponsored by Cal State L.A. Center for Student Life, will be held on Wednesday, January 31, 1996, beginning at 4 p.m. in the University-Student Union, Glendale Room.
Huang, who attended CSLA in 1988 to study advanced courses in American business procedures, earned her bachelor's degree in English from Wuhan University, Wuhan and master's degree in Journalism from the Institute of Journalism, Beijing. She was most recently the Deputy Director of the National Press Club for the Chinese government. She served as former Foreign Affairs Assistant at Hubei Provincial Foreign Affairs Department and has been a member of China Women Journalists Association, the National Association of Translators and The Press Committee of the National People's Congress. She was a Parvin Fellow in the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University.
In addition, Huang is a contributing journalist to the China Youth Weekly and the China Journalist Newsletter. In 1986, she was named China Youth Weekly's "Best Correspondent."
The University is located at the Eastern Avenue exit of the San Bernardino (I-10) Fwy., near the interchange of the I-10 and I-710 Fwys. For more information regarding the Global Peace Lecture Series, please contact Emilia Lomeli, University Programming Coordinator, Cal State L.A. Center for Student Life, at (323) 343- 3390.