This event will be conducted in Chinese. The contents of the presentation represent the speaker’s opinions and research only.
Join us on May 8 at 6:30 p.m. in the Beijing American Center for a comparative discussion of child protection policies in the United States and China. Our speaker, Wang Yongmei, is a practicing lawyer in Beijng Huayi Law Firm where she focuses on child protection rights, anti-domestic violence, anti-discrimination, disability rights, and LGBTI rights protection. She was previously a Humphrey Fellow and also participated in the U.S. Professional Fellows Program. Ms. Wang will share her experience working on child protection issues in China and the United States.
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活动开始前30分钟可以进入。请尽量于活动开始前15分钟到达以便有足够时间通过安检。在活动开始 30 分钟后将不允许入场参加活动。
Doors will open 30 minutes before the program starts. Please try to arrive at least 15 minutes before the program starts to allow enough time to go through security. You will NOT be admitted if you arrive half an hour after the program has started.
NOTE: This event is open to the general public. Audio or video recording of the program will not be permitted. Press inquiries should be directed to the U.S. Embassy Press Office.
Please note that attendees of this event grant permission to the U.S. Department of State to photograph and video record their image and/or voice. Permission is granted for the U.S. Department of State to release, publish, broadcast or quote this material in public information programs and activities. Content procured may be included in future speeches, on the Internet, through multiple broadcast channels and print media. Use of content (image, audio or ideas) will not be used for commercial purposes. Thank you very much.
You must bring a valid physical photo ID in order to enter the Beijing American Center (BAC), copies or pictures of IDs will not be accepted. No large bags will be allowed into the BAC for this event.
*While portable electronic devices, such as mobile phones, iPads and other tablets, and smartwatches are permitted, guests may not bring laptop computers to Beijing American Center programs.
For security reasons, the BAC staff reserves the right to refuse entry to anyone.
Location: No. 55 An Jia Lou Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing (East Gate of the U.S. Embassy).
Directions: Metro Line 10, Liangmaqiao Station Exit B, walk northeast to the Tian Ze Road intersection of An Jia Lou Road, north side of the Visas Office.
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