Los Angeles, CA, November 09, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- The PLATO Society of Los Angeles Colloquium – How China's Plans for the
Future will Impact the US, Hong Kong and the World
Open to the Public. Free Admission and Parking.
November 19, 2019
Presented by Cortez A. Cooper III from the RAND Corporation at The Skirball Cultural Center
Address: 2701 N Sepulveda Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90049; 12:45 Coffee and Cookies, 1:30-3:00 Program.
PLATO is thrilled to have as their November 21 speaker renowned China expert Cortez Cooper from the RAND Corporation. Mr. Cooper will address the economic, political and security objectives of Xi Jinping's expansive Chinese Dream. He will discuss where the US and China are headed, economically and Militarily.
Cortez served the Navy's Pacific Command as senior analyst for the Joint Intelligence Center. His 20 years of military service included assignments as China Foreign Area Officer.
He received the Exceptional Civilian Service Award in 2001. He holds an M.A. in Asian studies from the University of Hawaii.
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The PLATO Society of Los Angeles
Learning for a Lifetime
The nonprofit, member-run, Plato Society of Los Angeles, located near UCLA at 1083 Gayley Avenue, Westwood, has for 30 years been a terrific place to get together with other people who have a deep passion for learning. It has been described by the Wall Street Journal as one of the finest lifelong learning communities in the country, and as unique by The New York Times.
The PLATO Society is open to anyone with a love of learning who is interested and willing to participate. Members meet regularly in Westwood, near UCLA, to study and discuss topics of interest in science, history, philosophy, biography, art, music, theatre, literature, political science, and more. About 25 peer led seminars are ongoing at any time. In addition, we offer optional day trips, foreign trips, lectures, luncheon discussions, theatre and dining groups, multi-day getaways, and more.
The PLATO Society is self-run and non-profit. It was originally started by UCLA (and is still associated with the UCLA honors program). Many of our 400 members work part time or are retired.
Visitors are most welcome. Call 424-835-9181 to make an appointment to visit us and discover for yourself what we can offer you.
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