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Don't Eclipse Your News During the Lunar New Year - Why Sending News to China During the Spring Festival is a Bad Idea

By Matt Allinson, Media Relations Manager – International Markets

China’s Lunar New Year is nigh (February 19), but the travel frenzy known as Chunyun (a 40-day period surrounding the Spring Festival) is well underway. 774 more words

Business Wire

International Services

Mission: “To increase awareness about the Red Cross/Red Crescent and about its role in protecting international humanitarian law through education and fundraising activities.”

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International Services

Global Relations Has Changed – The Shift from Information to Participation

This year’s Global Media Forum held in Bonn, Germany launched a new shift in thinking for today’s media outlets.

Historically, relationships between media and companies have been about information sharing.  71 more words

Business Wire

Connecting Sisters after More than 20 Years

Fleeing what had become a horrific conflict in Somalia, Khadra Farah escaped with nothing but the clothes on her back. She left behind her home and all of her possessions to find safety in Yemen in 1988. 610 more words

Northeast Florida

A Day in the Life

This post comes from Shannon Vance, International Services/Military Services intern from Bradley University.

At our chapter you will find disaster services, health and safety teams, development gurus and communications experts. 1,394 more words

Red Cross

Bridging the Path to Preparedness in Ecuador

Preparedness.  I talk about it often as part of my job.  I share tips and helpful information about how to better prepare, and often wonder if people actually feel confident about what to do in case of an emergency.  630 more words

American Red Cross

Wushu Shaolin Entertainment : Children's Chinese Cultural Showcase

In commemoration of the auspicious Chinese lunar year, Wushu Shaolin Entertainment was invited to produce a live showcase for the children of Clairbourn Elementary School. The presentation featured traditional forms of Shaolin Kung Fu, Modern Wushu, Lion Dance, and Chinese Culture. 213 more words