Must Attend Event
1/25/22 Tues 6pm
MTSU Political Economy Research Institute
Dr. Ming Wang’s Cosmopolitan Lecture Series
Academy Classroom Building, Rm 104, MTSU, 1301 E Main St, Murfreesboro, TN 37132
RSVP: email@example.com, 615-525-3314
Seeking common ground in U.S. and China trade
Ming Wang, MD, PhD
Harvard & MIT (MD, magna cum laude); PhD (laser physics)
President, Tennessee Chinese Chamber of Commerce,
Honorary president, Tennessee American-Chinese Chamber of Commerce
In this presentation, Dr. Wang will discuss what the two superpowers of the 21st century, U.S. and China, have in common, in history, culture, sport, people, custom, food, economy, religion and other areas. He will analyze the mutually beneficial trade opportunities, including for Tennessee. Dr. Wang firmly believes that while ideological differences do exist between the world’s #1 and #2 powers, it is in the seeking common ground that we do share, particularly in trade and economic exchange, that will help improve living standard and quality of lives of people of these two great nations. The film “Sight” is based on Dr. Wang’s autobiography “From Darkness to Sight”, co-starring Greg Kinnear.
Dr. Ming Wang, Harvard & MIT (MD, magna cum laude); PhD (laser physics), is a world-renowned laser eye surgeon, philanthropist, and a co-founder of the non-profit Common Ground Network that has published the “Common Ground Bible Study”.
As a teenager, Ming fought valiantly to escape China’s Cultural Revolution – during which millions of innocent youth were deported to remote areas to face a life sentence of hard labor and poverty. He came to America with only $50 and earned two doctorate degrees, one in laser physics and one in medicine, and graduated with the highest honors from Harvard Medical School and MIT.
The amniotic membrane contact lens, which Dr. Wang has invented and has received two U.S. patents, has been used by tens of thousands of eye doctors throughout the world in nearly every nation, and millions have had their eyesight restored.
Wang Foundation for Sight Restoration has helped patients from over 40 states in the U.S. and 55 countries, with all sight restoration surgeries performed free-of-charge. Dr. Wang was named the Kiwanis Nashvillian of the Year for his lifelong dedication to help blind orphaned children from around the world.
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