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Sister Cities Chess Partnership Unites Students around the Globe in Intellectual

Sister Cities Chess Partnership Unites Students around the Globe in Intellectual Competition

01/08/2016

Blog by Jonathan Plaster, Chairman (Coach) of Atkins Chess club, Atkins High School, Winston-Salem, NC; Sharon Glover, Sister Cities Ambassador for Freeport & Nassau; Shaun & Catia Gittard, Sister Cities Ambassador for Ungheni, Moldova; and Shawn Sorsby (Coach), Bishop Micheal Eldon School, Freeport, Grand Bahama. 

Presentation of 6-foot, 900-pound ceramic Tanuki

50 Years of History and Friendship: A Trip to Shizuoka

11/19/2015

Blog by Mary D. Kane, President and CEO, Sister Cities International. Click here to view original post on Medium.

Earth to Paris

All Cities Lead to Paris — Networked Cities and the Collective Road to Climate Progress

11/09/2015

Blog by Anastasia Dellaccio, Director of Marketing and Communications, Sister Cities International. Click here to view original post on Medium. 

2015 U.S.-China Sister Cities Conference

Top 5 Moments from the 2015 U.S.-China Sister Cities Conference

10/28/2015

This year's U.S.-China Sister Cities Conference was an incredible display of citizen and subnational diplomacy at its best as Chicago played host to nearly 100 delegates who flew in from China along with dozens of U.S. business leaders, government officials, and citizen diplomats from across the U.S.

Javier (Left) with Mayor Changya Yang of Tongchuan, Shaaxi Province, China

Hope Dies Last in a World of Destitute

10/28/2015

Blog submitted by Javier Chaney, 2015 U.S.-China Sister Cities Conference Volunteer and Student at the University of Hawaii at Monoa. Click here to view the original post on Medium.

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