These events are worth checking out!
Nihonga-In - First Los Angeles Exhibition
George J. Doizaki Gallery
Japanese American Cultural and Community Center
244 S San Pedro Street., Los Angeles, CA 90012
Sunday, July 5 - Sunday, July 26
Continuing the thousand-year-old traditions of Nihonga (Japanese-style paintings), artists create new, fresh work that captures the essence of the Zeitgeist. For more information, click here.
Silicon Dragon LA 2015
Pasadena Convention Center
300 East Green Street, Pasadena, CA 91101
Wednesday, July 29 - Thursday, July 30
Silicon Dragon Rises In LA July 30 With China-US Innovation & Investment Forum
Los Angeles is emerging as a hub for Chinese cross-border investment and innovations, catching up with Silicon Valley. Assessing China's impact in the West, Silicon Dragon is hosting a well-timed tech innovation and venture capital conference in Los Angeles, July 30, at the Pasadena Convention Center. The program explores LA's increasing links to China with talks by leading venture capitalists, tech and entertainment entrepreneurs and executives. The venue is just steps away from Alibaba's new base in Pasadena.
Asia Society members use promotion code SiliconDragonLASpecial for 20% discount on tickets. For more information and to register, click here.
ABA Real Estate Forum: Dynamic Downtown Development
Wilshire Country Club
301 North Rossmore Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90004
Thursday, July 30 11am - 2pm
Asian Pacific Americans always had a strong presence in the U.S. Real Estate market. With the growing of investments from Asia, according to global real estate consultant CBRE, investment from Asia in U.S. commercial assets in the first half of 2014 is up over 40% over the same time period in 2013 to $16.1 billion. The purpose for this Real Estate Forum is to bring like-minded individuals and companies including developers, brokers in commercial and residential together to learn about the latest trends based on today’s competitive environment. Learn from Mr. Wayne Ratkovich and discover his Dynamic Downtown Development, The Bloc. For more information, click here.