Shidler College of Business announces summer lectures
Pacific Asian Lecture Series is free and open to the publicUniversity of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Posted: Jun 2, 2011
Discover the world of international business this summer through the Pacific Asian Lecture Series (PALS) at the UH Mānoa Shidler College of Business. Starting this month, the Tuesday lecture series features notable international business and entrepreneurial experts on Japan, China, Korea and the U.S.
All PALS lectures are free and open to the public. Lectures will be held at the Shidler College of Business in BusAd D-204 from 4:15-5:30 p.m., with light refreshments to follow.
June 7 Jae Choi, International Banking Officer, Bank of Hawaii
Building Business and Cultural Bridges between Korea and Hawai‘i
June 14 Thomas Cargill, Professor of Economics, University of Nevada, Reno
Internal and External Shocks: Japan’s Economic Prospects
June 21 Len Fukushima, Financial Advisor, Merrill Lynch
Insights of a Hawaiian Entrepreneur in Asia and Delegate to APEC
July 19 Dr. Christopher McNally, Director, China-US Relations Program, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa
Rebalancing China’s Political Economy-Prospects for U.S.-China Business Relations
July 26 Dr. Bee Leng Chua, Executive Director, HIBEAM
Monitoring Global Entrepreneurship
For over 30 years, the Pacific Asian Management Institute (PAMI) Summer Program has brought people together from countries around the world to study and exchange ideas on international business and related issues. The PAMI Certificate Program, Pacific Asian Lecture Series (PALS), PAMI Asian Field Study Program, and Annual N.H. Paul Chung Memorial Lecture are pillars of the Shidler College of Business’ quest for International Excellence. For more information, visit