American Town Hall to Be Held in Guangzhou on March 30

By That's PRD, March 8, 2017

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Are you an American living in South China? Then you won’t want to miss the second annual American Town Hall on Thursday, March 30 at 6pm. 

Held at the prominent headquarters of the US Consulate General Guangzhou in Zhujiang New Town (you can’t miss it, trust us), the event invites American citizens to hear about current US-China relations from experts, learn safety and security tips and meet the one and only Consul General Chuck Bennett!

It’s also a great opportunity to mingle with fellow wannabe Canadians, familiarize yourself with some of the American citizen services your taxes buy you access to every year and learn how to cast a ballot abroad (for all of you who didn’t vote in the last election). 

All you need is your US passport to enter. The event is free and promises to be both informative and entertaining, so mark your calendars and stop by the US Consulate on March 30!


For more information, contact or follow the US Consulate on WeChat: GuangzhouACS. 

For event address, see listing here.

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