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"... you don't see any other organization (like ORIENTED) ... It's tailored to that specific group of people who are very globally oriented. Today the world is a global community, and I consider myself a global citizen."

- Excelle Liu

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If you have ties to Asia, travel frequently across the Pacific, speak at least two languages, and can navigate between Asian and Western cultures with ease, join us at the ORIENTED Happy Hour in Shanghai!

Thursday, April 24 from 7-9 p.m.
221B Baker Street (Sherlock Holmes Themed Cafe)
50 Rui Jin No. 2 Road, near Fu Xing Middle Road (map)
Phone: +86 21 64810900

150 RMB - Walk-In Rate, General Admission
100 RMB - Standard Members who RSVP
Free! - Premium Members who RSVP

NOTE: Members must RSVP at oriented.com/RSVP before midnight on 4/23 to receive the discounts. Those who RSVP on Facebook or other sites will be charged the walk-in rate.

Entrance includes a drink (wine, beer, soft drink, coffee or juice)

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THURSDAY, APRIL 24

ORIENTED Happy Hour in Shanghai!
Host: ORIENTED.COM

If you have ties to Asia, travel frequently across the Pacific, speak at least two languages, and can navigate between Asian and Western cultures with ease, join us at the ORIENTED Happy Hour in Shanghai!...

THURSDAY, MAY 15

SIAL CHINA 2014 - The Asian Food Marketplace
Host: Comexposium, a subsidiary of Comexposium Group

SIAL CHINA is the leading Asian meeting point for the food and beverage industry. Major market players from retail, catering, hotel/restaurant/catering (HoReCa), food services, the import/export trade and manufacturing come to this show. May 13th-15th, 2014...

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Founder's Corner

Newcomers can't help but smile when they hear us fondly say that "we help people get oriented to the Orient!" After all these years, we still get a kick out of it, too!

The Year of the Horse brings strength, harmony, and achievement, and so it is that we wish you all the best as we gallop forward into 2014.

Get oriented to the Orient with ORIENTED.COM!

Christine Hsu

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