PCE Club - 109th Monthly Event Year-End Family Fun Night
2012/12/8 星期六 5:30pm-9:00pm
Special Note: Pre-registration is required for 12/8th event.
Because the capacity of the facility is limited to 90 attendees, if you plan to attend the event, please register ASAP. REGISTRATION WILL BE CLOSED ONCE THE NUMBER REACHES 90.
Registration is CLOSED as the number of registration has reached to the capacity of the facility.
俱乐部荣幸请到郭漪萍女士来与大家分享她培养两个女儿Ann Chao 和 Lynn Chao的经历和体会。
Ann是哈佛商学院（Harvard Business School)MBA二年级学生. 她立志于通过娱乐和媒体,向跨文化的观众,创建和提供有意义的，激励人心的故事.
Lynn目前在蒙特克莱尔州立大学(Montclair State University)攻读音乐学士学位,导师Don Batchelder是纽约市歌剧院的首席小号.
请参阅以下Lynn 和 Ann的简介.
时间: 2012年12月8日星期六，晚5:30pm ~ 9:00pm
活动内容：5:30 ~ 6:45pm: �一家一菜�聚餐
7:00 ~ 7:30pm: 儿童才艺表演 （接受网上自由报名）
7:30 ~ 9:00pm: 郭漪萍女士来与大家分享她培养两个女儿的经历和体会
地点：802 US 1, Edison, NJ 08817 (Edison金门超市对过向南一点，1号路北向过Audi车行，在Standard Tile同一个停车场 )
联系人: 徐明 ( ***-***-8007), 黄敏(***-***-0332, firstname.lastname@example.org), 徐蕾(***-***-4290, email@example.com)
活动组织者: 徐蕾, 季敏虹
Registration is closed.
About Ms. Yiping Guo:
Yiping Guo currently holds the position of Manager, Country Offices Cash Management, UN Development Programme (UNDP). In this capacity, she oversees advisory services to 160 field offices and regional centers to promote best practices in banking services procurement, working capital management, foreign exchange, crisis response, and UN agency relationships. Yiping is a financial professional with more than 20 years of experience in the field of treasury management. Prior to UNDP, Yiping spent close to 15 years in the financial guaranty industry, starting as an intern and ascending to Vice President and Assistant Treasurer. Yiping received her BA in Business Administration and Accounting from Baruch College in 1989. She passed the CPA exam and earned the Certified Treasury Professional designation. She is a member of the Association for Financial Professionals.
Yiping accepted Christ and was baptized on New Year�s Day in 2006. She has been an active supporter of various Christian missions involving orphan care and education for poor children. She enjoys books, classical music, and opera, and is a member of Voice of Praise Choir.
Yiping resides in Mahwah, New Jersey with her husband and has two grown daughters.
About Yiping's daughter Ann Chao:
Ann Chao is a second year MBA student at Harvard Business School. She is pursuing a career in entertainment and media with the aim of creating and delivering meaningful, inspiring stories to audiences across cultures. This past summer she interned at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and at Mirada, a transmedia studio founded by director Guillermo del Toro. Her projects at Lincoln Center included the design of a business plan for Lincoln Center's consulting arm, improving its fundraising strategy, shaping the digital distribution strategy of Live from Lincoln Center, and profiling the Chinese performing arts landscape. At Mirada, she worked on creative development - script coverage, shaping story concepts and app designs with writers, programmers and artists, and generating ideas for screenplays - as well as business strategy for the company's entrepreneurial ventures in the mobile space.
Before HBS, she worked as a consultant in the China offices of Roland Berger Strategy Consultants, a German management consulting firm. Her projects encompassed energy, financial services, logistics, and automotive industries, shaping corporate strategy, branding & marketing, market entry, and other strategic issues.
Ann completed her undergraduate studies at Harvard and majored in Social Studies and East Asian Studies. She wrote her thesis on employment opportunities for the blind in China, and spent a year at Peking University taking management and international relations classes. Throughout her studies and work, Ann has volunteered at orphanages and organizations assisting people with disabilities in China. From 2006-2007, she and her family were dedicated to aiding a young blind orphan, Lu Chunyu, battle a brain tumor, which eventually led to her passing in fall 2007. Ann wrote about this difficult spiritual journey in her blogs at achao913.blogspot.com and annchao.wordpress.com.
Ann enjoys creative writing, piano, and international travel. At HBS she serves as the co-president of the Christian Fellowship, the Chief Creative Officer of the Entertainment & Media Club, and a writer for the HBS Show.
About Yiping's daughter Lynn Chao:
Lynn Chao, 21, is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Music degree in Trumpet Performance with Don Batchelder, principal trumpet of the New York City Opera, at the John J. Cali School of Music at Montclair State University (MSU) and simultaneously completing the academic Honors Program on a full merit scholarship. Since entering MSU, in addition to playing in the Wind Ensemble, orchestra (Principal Trumpet for 2012-2013 season), Trumpet Ensemble and Brass Force Five, a quintet on campus, Lynn has been active in the music scene in the New York area and has performed in various venues including Issac Stern Hall and Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall, Avery Fisher Hall and Alice Tully Hall in Lincoln Center, as well as Juilliard�s Jay Sharp Center, Merkin Hall, and Symphony Space. During last winter break, she joined Park Avenue Symphony�s China Tour, performing nine concerts in nine cities including Beijing. She was a member of the New York Youth Symphony Chamber Music Program for the 2011- 2012 Season and the New York Youth Symphony for the 2010 - 2011 Season. She has also been invited to perform as a guest member of the UN Orchestra, Baltimore Youth Orchestra, and ISO. Lynn has participated in various music festivals and trumpet seminars including prestigious Orford Music Academy, Tanglewood Institute, Eastern Music Festival, Atlantic Brass, and Metropolis Brass Masterclass in Belgium.
Lynn was a full merit scholarship student in Juilliard Pre-College. In her high school years, in addition to being a member of the Juilliard Pre-College Symphony, Orchestra, and Honor Brass Quintet, she successfully auditioned for All State and North Region Wind Ensemble, Symphonic Band, Orchestra, and was selected as the 2008 NJ Governor School of the Arts Finalist for Trumpet.
Lynn has been active in music ministries, performing with the orchestra at the Hawthorne Gospel Church, alongside the principal trumpet of the NY Philharmonic, and has been the designated trumpeter for Ridgewood St. Elizabeth�s Episcopal Church�s Christmas and Easter programs for past three years. In addition, Lynn served as the piano accompanist for Fardale Chapel in her hometown Mahwah for six years after her sister Ann left for college.
Lynn accepted Christ and was baptized on September 11, 2011. She joined 2012 Campus Crusade for Christ Summer Mission in East Asia and has grown and been blessed in all aspects of life. She enjoys music, arts, animation and travel. Like Ann, she loves China..
The PCE Club presents the 109th Monthly Event:
2012 Year-End Celebration - Family Fun Night
Time flies. Established in 2003, the Parents Children Education Club (PCE) has passed its 9-year mark. In the past 9 years, PCE successfully planned and carried out 108 sessions of discussions on assorted parenting topics. The activities benefit parents, who bear the major responsibility of child-raring, their children, and the community we live in.
Now with the holiday season fast approaching, let us get together once again to celebrate yet another fruitful year of PCE! Let us celebrate the courage, the wisdom, and most of all, the commitment we demonstrated toward educating our children. Let us celebrate our children. They are the treasure of our lives. What could be more rewarding in watching them growing into healthy, happy, and wholesome human beings under our guidance?! And let us celebrate our families as a result of our walking together through this stage of our lives, hand in hand!
We are very fortunate to have invited Ms. Yiping Guo to come to share her parenting stories and thoughts about raising her two wonderful daughters Ann Chao and Lynn Chao.
Ann Chao is a second year MBA student at Harvard Business School. She is pursuing a career in entertainment and media with the aim of creating and delivering meaningful, inspiring stories to audiences across cultures.
Lynn Chao, 21, is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Music degree in Trumpet Performance with Don Batchelder, principal trumpet of the New York City Opera, at the John J. Cali School of Music at Montclair State University (MSU) and simultaneously completing the academic Honors Program on a full merit scholarship.
Yiping�s talking points would be:
Don't let the teachable moments slip away
Be consistent with message and enforcement
Small things matter
Share life lessons/stories
Provide exposure beyond the classroom
Communicate often (both ways)
Collaborate with others in the community
Understand and support atypical career choice
Learn from my children
When: December 8, 2012 Saturday, 5:30pm ~ 9:00pm
5:30 ~ 6:45pm: �One Dish per Family� Potluck Dinner
7:00 ~ 7:30pm is "Kids Talent Show" program, please register your child if you would like your child to participate this program, come on time.
7:30 ~ 9:00pm Sharing parenting stories of raising two daughters by Ms. Yiping Guo
Where：802 US 1, Edison, NJ 08817 (Edison金门超市对过向南一点，1号路北向过Audi车行，在Standard Tile同一个停车场)
Fee：Free to PCE paid members, $10 per family otherwise
Contact: Ming Xu( ***-***-8007，Min Huang(***-***-0332, firstname.lastname@example.org) ，Lei Xu (***-***-4290, email@example.com)
Event Organizers: Lei Xu, Minhong Ji
Child care service will be provided during the seminar session.