Upcoming Events

2018 Bûche de Noël Events Invitation

For more information, please visit our Calendar page

2018 Asian Documentary Festival



Pearl River Delta Culture

Wise Man

by Ding Cheng

October 17, Wednesday 6:30 - 8:30 PM
October 21, Sunday 3:30 - 5:30 PM

Chaoshan Regional Culture

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by Chen Peiying, Chen Yingyao, Lin Shuhong

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by Chen Jianhang, Zhang Riwen, Li Ying

sweetionship.

by Guo Jia lin

October 25, Thursday 6:30 - 8:30 PM
October 28, Sunday 3:30 - 5:30 PM

Sports and Media

Football Talent with One Leg

by Liu Qinlu

Life Climbing

by Feng Ji

The Hero with Single Leg

by Pan Boyang,Zheng Pengfei

November 07, Wednesday 6:30 - 8:30 PM, NS 112
November 11, Sunday 3:30 - 5:30 PM

Olympic Games

Everlasting Flame

by Gu Jun

Dream Weavers

by Gu Jun

November 12, Monday 6:30 - 8:30 PM, BS 106
November 18, Sunday 6:30 - 8:30PM
CATEGORIES: Film  


Montpellier Yearlong Exchange program

SCL raises money for the Sharon Receveur Scholarship Fund, which allows for a Montpellier student to study and live at the University of Louisville for a full academic year. A scholarship exchange is reciprocated by the University of Montpellier, which also provides a scholarship for a Louisville student to study in Montpellier. These educational exchanges have led to several students pursuing Masters Degrees and employment in their Sister City.

We connect our yearlong students with a host family that acts as a local guide and welcoming face. While the student won’t live with you during the year, he/she would love to have a local connection.
CATEGORIES: Exchange Programs  


LION (Louisville International Organizations Network)

In 2016, Asia Institute-Crane House, Interfaith Paths to Peace, Kentucky District Export Council, Sister Cities of Louisville, World Affairs Council of Kentucky and Southern Indiana and World Trade Center Kentucky created LION (Louisville International Organizations Network).

As our community grows and positions itself as a leading international region, the six organizations see the need to reevaluate their role and seek a strategy that provides synergy and a critical mass for international leadership growth, efficiencies in programs and operations, and goals that help build a community which values its diversity and is recognized as globally-minded.

The outcome of this network is a mutually agreed upon collective vision, plans and guidelines for formal cooperation, and methods for assessing progress and success. The hope is that LION will be a model and catalyst for further formalized relationships with other international organizations in our region.

 
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