Ancient Chinese culture and current issues
Feb 11, 2020
Nan Su, Senior Reporter for the Epoch Times
Ancient Chinese culture and current issues

About the Speaker

Born and raised in China, Mr. Nan Su came to the U.S. in 1989.  Mr. Su has been serving as a news commentator for SOH International Chinese Radio Network and NTD International TV network since 2003, and has made many speeches at public events in the past decade on China-related topics.

Mr. Su currently is a Senior Reporter for The Epoch Times, a newspaper published in 35 countries and 23 languages.

In addition to his media work, Mr. Su has also been an activist for China’s human rights. He was one of the coordinators of Human Rights Torch Relay in 2008 prior to Beijing Olympics Game. Starting from Athens, Human Rights Torch Relay spanned from July 2007 to July 2008, with stops at more than 140 cities around the world in order to raise international awareness of China’s human rights situation.  Mr. Su was instrumental in making San Jose as the first stop of the torch relay in North America.

Mr. Su has been married for 30 years, and currently lives with his wife and two daughters in San Jose, California.

About the Presentation

Many people have long been interested in China.  This is true today more than ever before.  The ethical values and principles derived from traditional Chinese culture helped create five-thousand years of splendor in Chinese history.

With the current state of the world, understanding the true China has never been more important.

Titles "Wisdom and Humanity from Ancient Chinese Culture”, this new presentation is the continuation of the previous well-received program: The Renaissance of Traditional Chinese Culture, which was presented to and overwhelmingly welcomed by more than 250 organizations in Northern California.

While the previous program bridged the ancient Chinese culture and modern American culture with humanity, the current 2nd presentation reveals the ancient philosophies deeply rooted in the Chinese culture since its very beginning, and explains how traditional Chinese culture built based upon these philosophies.