The Tennessee Chinese Chamber of Commerce and the Tennessee Immigrant and Minority Business Group is hosting a Multicultural Food Tasting and Discussion Event on Tuesday, May 22 from 6p-8p.
The event takes place at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 4304 Hillsboro Pike, Nashville, TN 37215
The cost is $15 per attendee.
The event features a Chinese violin performance by Dr. Ming Wang, MD, PhD, and classical guitar by Carlos Enrique, M. Mus. Plus, attendees will enjoy food tables from Italy, Mexico, USA, China, Ethiopia, India and Japan.
RSVP: John Mickner, firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Tennessee Immigrant and Minority Business Group
Co-founded by Drs. Ming Wang and Galen Hull in 2013, the mission of TIMBG is to help immigrant and minority businesses, through monthly marketing seminars: each seminar features and markets one business, a directory, free consulting services for the public and community events.
Membership of TIMBG is free, and is open to ALL immigrant and minority businesses, and as well as those that are interested in working with immigrants and minority businesses.
About Chinese Chamber of Commerce
The Tennessee Chinese Chamber of Commerce, a 501c(6) non-profit organization
TCCC is one of our state’s first Chinese chamber of commerce serving the TN Chinese/American business communities.
The Tennessee Chinese Chamber of Commerce was established in 2007 by a group of Chinese-American Businessman to promote and encourage the development of Chinese-American business community throughout the Tennessee state area.