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GL BAL PHILLY Passport

Addendum Newly Added Events, Participants, and Sponsors


Table of Contents Introduction to the Addendum....................... 1 Category Guide & Further Information......... 2 Latest Events........................................................... 3 - 11 List of All Events by Category............................ 12 -17 Event Modifications.............................................. 18 -19 Appetizer Reveal.................................................... 20 -21 New Sponsor .......................................................... 22 New Members........................................................ 23 Volunteers................................................................ 23 GP13 Social Media ............................................... 24 Notes ......................................................................... 25

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GlobalPhillyTM 2013 Passport Addendum Presented by the Global Philadelphia Association, this unique 47-day exposition will run from September 15 to November 1. Together with several “warm-up” events, GlobalPhilly™ 2013 features dozens of activities, events, and resources, each of which reflects a uniquely international dimension of the Greater Philadelphia region. The GlobalPhillyTM 2013 Passport includes 82 detailed event listings, in addition to the Treasure Hunt, information regarding the participating restaurants, sponsors, and Global Philadelphia Association members and membership info. The Addendum is highlighting recently added events, corrections to previously featured events, a list of the entire exhibition’s events by category, the special reveal of each restaurant’s GlobalPhillyTM 2013 appetizer, recognition of new sponsors, partners, and members, and a thank you to our newest volunteers. With this addendum, you will continue to see

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Category Guide

All events in the exposition are organized into one or more of seven categories. These categories are each represented by a symbol, seen next to the title of the event listing in both the Passport and the Addendum. For a legend of these, see below:

Advocacy

Education

Arts

Heritage

Commerce

Sports

Cuisine

Further Information www.globalphiladelphia.org GlobalPhillyTM Social Media

www.Facebook.com/ GlobalPhilly2013

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Join us for these Recently Added Events 83. Benefit Art Auction and Season Kick-Off

Presenter: International House Philadelphia Date: 9/12/2013 7:00 - 10:00 pm Location: International House Philadelphia, 3701 Chestnut St, Philadelphia PA 19104 Open to Public Expected Audience: Global Philadelphians interested in World Culture and International Cinema Special Instructions: For more information, visit ihousephilly.org Tickets are $25 for IHP members and $30 for general audience. IHP will hold its first silent fine art auction hosted by Paddle8.com featuring a wide variety of artists (from all over the world), drinks, delicious hors d’oeuvres, and last but not least, a live performance and collaboration between the internationally acclaimed Zola Jesus & JG Thirlwell. A musician who straddles the Goth-rock and lo-fi genres incorporating a blend of orchestral instrumentals, ambient electronic sounds and strong diva-esque vocals, Zola Jesus has developed a collaboration with JG Thirlwell, an Australian composer and pioneer of the No Wave and industrial music scenes. Help IHP, Philadephia’s premier resource for film, continue its tradition of avant-garde and culturally exploratory programming by attending its first arts program benefit. Proceeds from the evening will benefit IHP’s arts program, and will ensure that our institution continues to bring the best of art and culture to the Philadelphia area.

84. Philadelphia United Jazz Festival

Presenter: LifeLine Music Coalition, Inc. Date: 9/13/2013 12:30 pm - 9/22/13 9:15 pm Location: Philadelphia Clef Club of Jazz and Performing Arts, 738 S Broad St, Philadelphia, PA 19146 Cost: Some free events, Philadelphia Clef Club of Jazz and Performing Arts events – September 21 and September 22 - $25 per day (10 bands per day) Open to Public Expected Audience: Jazz and Music lovers Special Instructions: For ticketing information, see www.philaunitedjazzfestival.com Seasoned festival producers, Warren Oree and Graziella DiNuzzo of LifeLine Music Coalition bring the first annual Philadelphia United Jazz Festival and Celebration to venues throughout Philadelphia, culminating at the house which is JAZZ in PHILADELPHIA...the Philadelphia Clef Club of Jazz . The PUJF will bring world renowned Philadelphia musicians such as Odean Pope, Sun Ra Arkestra, Bobby Zankel and many others - over 20 bands!

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85. Global “Films at the Fish” for Peace Day Philly 2013

Presenter: Peace Day Philly Date: 9/15/2013 4:00 pm Location: Walking Fish Theatre; 2509 Frankford Avenue, Philadelphia, PA Cost: $7 with some discounted shows Open to Public Special Instructions: For more information, visit peacedayphilly.org This program includes 4 shorter independent films related to global issues and actions. The films are: “Road to Peace” - an inside look at the depth and humor of the Dalai Lama; “Child 31” - child hunger and a humanitarian response; “Graceland Girls” - access to education for girls in Kenya; “Ru: Water Is Life” - access to water in S. Sudan, and its impact on girls’ education. At the Sept. 15 screening, 4pm, PDP Committee members will join a post-screening discussion.

86. Measuring Social & Economic Factors that Develop a More Peaceful Society

Presenters: Africa Center University of Pennsylvania, UPenn School of Social Policy and Practice,Peace Day Philly Date: 9/18/2013 4:00 - 5:30 pm Location: University of Pennsylvania; 3718 Locust Walk McNeil Building Room 286-7, Philadelphia PA Cost: Free Open to Public Expected Audience: General Public Special Instructions: RSVP to shown@sas.upenn.edu Michelle Breslauer of the Institute for Economics and Peace will return to Philly to share the Global Peace Index and other tools used to measure peace. Learn about the relationship between peace, business and prosperity, and gain a better understanding of the cultural, economic and political factors that drive peacefulness.

87. Travis Concert with New Album “Where You Stand” Presenter: Keswick Theatre Date: 9/19/2013 8:00 - 10:00 pm Location: Keswick Theatre; 291 N. Keswick Ave. Glenside, PA 19038 Cost: $25 - $39.50 Open to Public Expected Audience: General Public Special Instructions: Buy tickets at keswicktheatre.com

Travis is one of Britain’s most enduring (and most successful) pop bands and the pioneers of melodic indie rock. Their singalong chart-topping hits paved the way from Brit Pop to Coldplay and inspired a slew of bands from Snow Patrol to Keane. Now, they’re back touring with a new album – their first in five years – Where you Stand.

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88. The Sierra Leone Government Engagement with the Diaspora Presenter: Consulate of Sierra Leone in Philadelphia Date: 9/20/2013 Location: Arcadia University; 450 S Easton Rd Glenside, PA 19038 Open to Public Expected Audience: All Sierra Leoneans, observers and interested persons Special Instructions: For more information, contact: info@consulateofsierraleonephila.org

The Ambassador of Sierra Leone to the U.S., H.E. Bockarie Stevens, will speak at Arcadia University on the Diaspora’s Contribution to the Millennium Challenge Coordinating Unit and the Compact Development Process in Sierra Leone. Presented by Methuselah Z.O. Bradley IV, Sierra Leone’s Honorary Consul to Philadelphia.

89. Peace Day Philadelphia Friends Center

Presenter: American Friends Service Committee Date: 9/21/2013 10:00am-4:00pm Location: Friends Center, 15th and Cherry Sts. Philadelphia, PA 19102 Cost: $10 donation suggested Open to Public Special Instructions: More information at peacedayphilly.org Join in at Friends Center in support of the UN World Peace Day! On Saturday, September 21, 2013 we will be holding Exhibitions and Workshops on how we build a new global future of peace at home and around the globe. A light breakfast and lunch will be served. Please choose one morning and one afternoon workshop to attend.

90. Open House at International Montessori School

Presenter: International Montessori School Date: 9/30/2013 6:30-8:30pm Location: Montessori School; 1510 Russell Rd Paoli, PA 19301 Cost: Free Open to Public Expected Audience: International and local families interested in cutting edge Montessori education with an emphasis on diversity and global community. Special Instructions: RSVP to admissions@imschools.net Please join the International Montessori School for an evening Open House at our Paoli campus! We provide state-of-the-art Montessori education, with a core emphasis on cultural literacy that truly sets us apart. Whether practicing languages, preparing a traditional Chinese New Year feast, or comparing international government structures, our students are ambassadors of diversity! You are invited to visit our school and talk with our teachers about Montessori education, in the very setting where the magic takes place. Highlights will include a documentary about Maria Montessori, as well as many presentations of different types of work created by our wonderful students. We look forward to seeing you there! For more information: www.imschools.net

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91. The Role of Immigrants in the Regional Economy

Presenter: Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission (DVRPC) Date: 10/1/2013 10:00 am - 12:00 pm Location: DVRPC; 190 N. Independence Mall West; 8th Floor, ACP Building Philadelphia, PA 19106 Cost: Free Open to Public Expected Audience: People interested in immigration, land use, housing, economic development, and transportation in the Delaware Valley region. Special Instructions: Register at RCEDF_RSVP@dvrpc.org or call 215-2382890 DVRPC’s Regional Community and Economic Development Forum (RCEDF) will focus on immigration and its role in building a strong regional economy. We will highlight DVRPC’s recent Data Snapshots on immigration to the region, have a presentation by Amanda Bergson-Shilcock of the Welcoming Center for New Pennsylvanians, and host a panel discussion moderated by WHYY’s Elisabeth Perez-Luna, with panelists Jennifer Rodriguez (Philadelphia Mayor’s Office of Immigrant and Multicultural Affairs), Domenic Vitiello (University of Pennsylvania), and Nicholas Montalto (Diversity Dynamics, LLC).

92. The U.S. and Bahrain: A Conversation with Houda Ezra Nonoo, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Bahrain to the United States Presenter: Global Interdependence Center, UPenn Middle East Center, Alois Global Trade Strategies Date: 10/3/2013 2:00-4:00pm Location: Widener Hall at Penn Museum; 3260 South St. Philadelphia PA Cost: up to $50 Open to Public Expected Audience: Students, Academics, and Professionals Special Instructions: Register at: http://bit.ly/gic-mec103 Ambassador Houda Nonoo will host a discussion of this bilateral business agreement between Bahrain and the USA, which facilitates trade and investment between the two nations. The Kingdom of Bahrain is in the heart of the Arabian Gulf, and has hosted the U.S. Navy’s Fifth Fleet for over 60 years. It is an important ally, and the development of business helps both economies.

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93. U.S.-Oman Free Trade Agreement with Embassy of Oman

Presenter: World Trade Center of Greater Philadelphia, Alois Global Trade Strategies Date: 10/8/2013 afternoon Location: TBD, check globalphiladelphia.org for updates! Not Open to Public, by inviation only The Commercial Attache will discuss economic development through investment opportunities in Oman. in addition, it is anticipated that the Ambassador of Oman to the USA will speak about the U.S.-Oman Free Trade Agreement. This is a bilateral agreement between the two nations to increase trade and investment for both nations. The Ambassador will likely be available to discuss general issues in the Arabian Gulf involving the Gulf Cooperation Council, the six-member regional cooperation group.

94. Tianjin Economic-Development Area Trade Mission

Presenter: China Partnership of Greater Philadelphia Date: 10/10/2013 - 10/11/2013 Location: Not communicated publicy - Check website for further information Not Open to Public, by invitation only Expected Audience: Trade mission delegates from 7 leading companies in TEDA Eco-Zone Special Instructions: This event is reserved for trade mission participants, US Department of Commerce and City of Philadelphia representatives. This event is a follow up to Mayor Nutter’s trade mission to China in December 2012. On October 10th and 11th, top-level representatives from seven of TEDA’s leading energy and environmental companies will come to Philadelphia to meet with local companies to explore trade and business opportunities. Similarly, government delegates from TEDA will look to establish an international cooperation program relating to environmental monitoring and protection with counterparts from the city, state and federal governments. Additional goals of this mission are (1) to explore inbound investment opportunities relating to chemicals manufacturing, and (2) to advance protocols for protection of intellectual property for small- and medium-sized enterprises engaging in these sectors of cross-border trade. (CPGP’s partner, White and Williams, LLP, is leading this latter effort in close association with BFTP.) For more detail, visit: www.chinaphilly.org

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95. Colin Hay: “Finding My Dance” with Opener Chris Trapper Presenter: Keswick Theatre Date: 10/13/2013 8:00-10:00pm Location: Keswick Theatre; 291 N. Keswick Ave. Glenside, PA 19038 Cost: $25 - $33.50 Open to Public Expected Audience: General Public Special Instructions: For more information, visit keswicktheatre.com

FINDING MY DANCE is Hay’s expression for connecting with one’s authentic self. In the process, he takes the audience on a musical journey, sometimes straight down the main road, and sometimes taking the twists and turns of the road less traveled. Whether or not you have seen him before, you will laugh, you may shed a tear, but you will most certainly be more than entertained. Keswick Theatre favorite and former lead singer of Australian Band, “Men At Work” - Colin Hay returns with a brand new show: Finding My Dance. Join them for an evening of songs and stories!

96. “The Changing Face of Higher Education in Saudi Arabia.”

Presenter: Dialogue Institute of Temple University Date: 10/17/2013 4:00pm Location: Temple University; Paley Library Lecture Hall 1700 N. Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19121 Cost: Free Open to Public Expected Audience: General Public interested by Education in Saudi Arabia Special Instructions: Visit institute.jesdialogue.org/ for more information This public lecture will be lead by Dr. Fahad Alhomoudi, Professor of Islamic Law, Imam University, Riyadh Saudi Arabia. He is the Founder and President of the Western Studies Institute and Author of American Culture and Religious Diversity: A Saudi Arabian Perspective (2011)

97. Trio Cavatina with Samuel Rhodes, viola

Presenter: Philadelphia Chamber Music Society Date: 10/20/2013 3:00pm Location: American Philosophical Society, 104 South Fifth Str., Philadelphia, PA 19106 Cost: $24 Open to Public Expected Audience: General public, classical music enthusiasts Special Instructions: For more information, visit www.pcmsconcerts.org/or call 215.569.8080 Formed in 2005 at the Marlboro Music Festival, Trio Cavatina consists of three elegant players—violinist Harumi Rhodes, cellist Priscilla Lee, and pianist Ieva Jokubaviciute. Longtime Juilliard Quartet violist Samuel Rhodes joins the Trio for this Sunday afternoon performance at the Kimmel Center’s Perelman Theater including piano quartets by Mozart and Brahms. 

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98. “Career Opportunities with U.S. Government Foreign Affairs Agencies” Panel Discussion &

Reception

Presenter: IVC Philadelphia & Temple Office of International Affairs Date: 10/22/2013 5:30-7:30pm Location: Temple University; Room 222 of 1515 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102 Cost: Free Not Open to Public Expected Audience: Graduate students, recent graduates, IVC’s young professionals Special Instructions: By invitation only IVC of Philadelphia and Temple University’s Office of International Affairs are sponsoring a “Career Opportunities with U.S. Government Foreign Affairs Agencies” Panel Discussion & Reception where area graduate students, recent graduates and IVC’s young professionals can learn about careers with the U.S. Department of State, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Peace Corps.

99. Jennifer Johnson Cano, Mezzo-Soprano

Presenter: Philadelphia Chamber Music Society Date: 10/23/2013 8:00pm Location: American Philosophical Society, 104 South Fifth Str., Philadelphia, PA 19106 Cost: $24 Open to Public Expected Audience: General public, classical music enthusiasts Special Instructions: For more information, visit www.pcmsconcerts.org or call 215.569.8080 Winner of the 2012 Richard Tucker Career Grant, mezzo-soprano Jennifer Johnson Cano is recognized for her naturally lustrous sound and stage presence. Cano makes her PCMS debut at the American Philosophical Society with her husband, pianist Christopher Cano, in a wide-ranging program of songs sung in German, French, Russian and English. 

100. Guest Artist Recital: Sylvia Torán, piano Presenter: Boyer College of Music and Dance of Temple University Date: 10/24/2013 5:30-6:30pm Location: Temple University ; Rock Hall Auditorium 1715 N. Broad Street Philadelphia Cost: Free Open to Public Expected Audience: Boyer college students, Temple students and staff, Public interested in Piano, Spanish community Special Instructions: For more information, visit: temple.edu/boyer/events The Boyer college of Music and Dance is glad to present the Spanish pianist, Sylvia Torán. Sylvia was born in Madrid and studied at the “Real Conservatorio Superior de Música” of Madrid with Joaquín Soriano, graduating with the “End of Year Extraordinary Prize”. Her last tour in United States leaded her from west coast to New York, where she played at Carnegie Recital Hall, obtaining a clamorous success with her “Water Recital”, as homage to Isaac Albéniz. Join in: All Boyer College events are free and open to the public unless otherwise notated. –9–


101. Garrick Ohlsson, piano Presenter: Philadelphia Chamber Music Society Date: 10/24/2013 8:00pm Location: Perelman Theater, Kimmel Center, 300 S. Broad Str., Philadelphia, PA 19102 Cost: $24 Open to Public Expected Audience: General public, classical music enthusiasts Special Instructions: For more information, visit www.pcmsconcerts.org or call 215.569.8080 Since his triumph at the 1970 Chopin International Piano Competition, Garrick Ohlsson has established himself worldwide as a musician of magisterial interpretive and technical prowess—qualities that will serve him well as he undertakes a program of challenging repertoire by Brahms, Chopin, Debussy and Liszt at the Kimmel Center’s Perelman Theater. 

102. “Are We There Yet? Launch Party: A Celebration of Family, Diversity & Community” Presenter: Sue Badeau Date: 10/25/2013 7:00-9:00pm Location: 30 Pelham Rd, Philadelphia, PA 19119 Cost: $25 individual, $35 per couple, $50 per family Open to Public Expected Audience: People interested in multi-cultural families, adoptive & foster families and those who work with them, social service professionals, story-tellers, those who enjoy a good story. Special Instructions: RSVP to sue@suebadeau.com by Oct. 15 Celebrate with the multi-cultural Badeau family as they launch their new book, “Are We There Yet? The Ultimate Road Trip Adopting & Raising 22 Kids” at this historic home in West Mt. Airy. Enjoy refreshments from diverse cuisines, listen to stories from the book and join a vibrant discussion: “Raising Children in a Multi-cultural Community” Each ticket includes an autographed copy of the book,10% of proceeds benefit the Kelly Anne Dolan Fund. For more information on the author, visit: www.suebadeau.com

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103. Lecture-Demonstration: R.K. Shriramkumar”Carnatic Music and the Violin”

Presenter: Boyer College of Music and Dance of Temple University Date: 10/29/2013 4:00-5:30pm Location: Temple University; Rock Hall Auditorium 1715 N. Broad Street Philadelphia Cost: Free Open to Public Expected Audience: Boyer college students, Temple students and staff, Violin enthusiasts, Indian community of Philadelphia Special Instructions: For more information, visit: temple.edu/boyer/events The Boyer college of Music and Dance is glad to invite you to the demonstration-lecture by Indian violinist R.K.Shriramkumar. R.K. is a virtuoso violinist of the Carnatic style of Indian Classical music. He will present an introduction to the Carnatic style of Indian classical music including explanation of its basic raga (melody) structure and its tala (rhythm) components. He will also demonstrate how the violin, primarily a Western instrument, has been adapted to become an integral part of a Carnatic music concert.The session will end with a short performance on the violin. There will be a Q&A segment at the end of presentation. Join in: All Boyer College events are free and open to the public unless otherwise notated.

104. Orion Quartet

Presenter: Philadelphia Chamber Music Society Date: 10/30/2013 8:00pm Location: Perelman Theater, Kimmel Center, 300 S. Broad Str., Philadelphia, PA 19102 Cost: $24 Open to Public Expected Audience: General public, classical music enthusiasts Special Instructions: For more information, visit www.pcmsconcerts.org or call 215.569.8080 Consistently beguiling and technically impeccable, the Orion Quartet will bring their singular “persuasive power” (New York Times) back to the Perelman Theater for a program that includes masterpieces by Haydn and Schumann and Frank Bridge’s highly expressive Sextet in A Major with special guests Michael Tree, viola and Marcy Rosen, cello. 

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List of Events by Category & Date Each event number refers to numbered event listings in the Passport (from 1-82), and Addendum (from 82-104). Full event details can be found on the Global Philadelphia Assocation website, or in the Passport & Addendum 47 ADVOCACY events 1. Lithuanian Festival (Sept. 1 to Nov. 10) 2. IVC First Thursday (Sept. 5) 3. Beyond Sport Summit 2013 (Sept. 9 to Sept. 11) 5. U.S. - Japan Health Sciences Dialogue (Sept. 10 & 11) 7. Photography Exhibition of International Communities in PHL (Sept. 13 to Oct. 31) 8. International Day of Peace (Sept. 14 to Sept. 22) 10. xCultural (Multicultural) Passport to Philadelphia (Sept. 15 to Sept. 22) 11. Global Culture Digital Exposition (Sept. 15 to Nov. 1) 85. Global Awareness Films - Films at the Fish for Peace Day Philly 2013 (Sept. 15) 12. Cybersecurity and Cyber-insecurity Conference (Sept. 16) 15. Drexel Teach-In for Peacebuilding (Sept. 17) 16. Video Conference with filmmaker Dr. Patrick Hiller on The Evolution of a Global Peace System (Sept. 18) 86. Measuring Social & Economic Factors that Develop a More Peaceful Society (Sept. 18) 88. The Sierra Leone Government Engagement with the Diaspora (Sept. 20) 89. Peace Day Philadelphia at Friends Center (Sept. 21) 20. P3 Soccer Tournament (Sept. 22) 21. Training program for nursing students from Bermuda (Sept. 23 to Oct. 4) 22. Globalization and the Changing Balance of Economic Power: Villanova MBA Open House (Sept. 24) 25. Global Tastes Celebration (Sept. 26) 90. Demonstrations Against Drone War Command Center in Horsham (Sept. 28) 31. Atlas Award 2013: A Tribute to First Responders (Sept. 30) 32. Film Screening: Madagascar with Marlin Darrah (Oct. 2) 92. A Conversation with Houda Ezra Nonoo, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Bahrain to the U.S. (Oct. 3) 33. IVC First Thursday (Oct. 3) 35. Symposium on the United States and Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan (Oct. 4 & 5) – 12 –


36. What We Sow: 70x7 The Meal (Oct. 5) 38. Is American Politics Broken? A Symposium about How We Run Our Elections and Govern Our Nation (Oct. 7) 93. U.S. - Oman Free Trade Agreement with Embassy of Oman (Oct. 8) 43. Realizing the American Dream: An Evening with Connie Chung (Oct. 10) 45. Screening of film Girl Rising (Oct. 10) 51. Brazilian Hospital Administrators Seminar (Oct. 14 to Oct. 18) 54. World Food Day 2013: Global Perspectives on Food Justice (Oct. 16) 57. Penn Film Premiere: African Independence (Oct. 17) 58. Naturalization ceremony welcoming new U.S. citizens (Oct. 17) 96. Public Lecture The Changing Face in Higher Education in Saudi Arabia (Oct. 17) 59. 2013 Celebration of Interdependence (Oct. 18) 62. Week of Italian Language (Oct. 18 to Oct. 28) 65. Young Americans: A Children’s Naturalization Ceremony (Oct. 21) 66. 21st Century Cities –Videoconference series Philadelphia/Mexico City on urban water mgt issues (Oct. 22) 98. Career Opportunities with U.S. Government Foreign Affairs Agencies Panel Discussion & Reception (Oct. 22) 70. Global Citizenship in Action: Peace and Social Justice for a Sustainable Future (Oct. 24) 71. Peace Award ceremony: Disarmament in Light of Humanitarian Need (Oct. 24) 74. Keeping the Promise: Empowering Youth for Peace and Sustainable Development (Oct. 25) 76. Lecture by Dr. Peter Gleick: Global Water Challenges, Issues and Solutions (Oct. 25) 102. Are We There Yet? Launch Party: A Celebration of Family, Diversity & Community (Oct. 25) 79. Cross Country Conversation with Students (Oct. 30) 80. Pediatric Global Health Conference: Violence Against Children (Nov. 1)

38 ARTS events

1. Lithuanian Festival (Sept. 1 to Nov. 10) 4. International Architecture Panel: Architecture and Identity (Sept. 10) 83. IHP’s Benefit Art auction and Season Kick-off by Zola Jesus + JG Thirlwell (Sept. 12) 7. Photography Exhibition of International Communities in PHL (Sept. 13 to Oct. 31) 84. Philadelphia United Jazz Festival (Sept. 13 - Sept. 22) 85. Global Awareness Films - Films at the Fish for Peace Day Philly 2013 (Sept. 15) 19. European Cinema Uncovered (Sept. 19) 87. Travis concert with new album, Where You Stand (Sept. 19) 26. Performance of NABUCCO by Giuseppe Verdi (Sept. 27 to Oct. 6) 28. Turkish Delight (Sept. 28) 36. What We Sow: 70x7 The Meal (Oct. 5) 29. Arab Music Concert Series (Oct. 5) – 13 –


37a. Philadelphia Open Studio Tours (Oct. 5 & 6) 41. Full Exposure: Mekong Hotel (Oct. 10) 45. Screening of film Girl Rising (Oct. 10) 46. Curtis Opera Theatre: The Emperor of Atlantis by Viktor Ullmann (Oct. 10 to Oct. 12 and Oct. 13) 49. Family Matinee: The Illusionist (Oct. 12) 50. Verdi Nostro Contemporaneo, performed by Ensemble Nuove Musiche (Oct. 12) 95. Colin Hay: Finding My Dance with Opener Chris Trapper (Oct. 13) 55. Demon, Classical Russian poem about Georgia with English translation (Oct. 16) 57. Penn Film Premiere: African Independence (Oct. 17) 60. Philly Photo Day (Oct. 18) 61. Emerson Quartet (Oct. 18) 63. Annual Community Event and Middle East Drum Ensemble Performance (Oct. 19) 37b. Philadelphia Open Studio Tours (Oct. 19 & 20) 64. Curtis Symphony Orchestra: The Jack Wolgin Orchestral Concerts (Oct. 20) 97. Trio Cavatina with Samuel Rhodes, viola (Oct. 20) 67. Jeffrey Khaner, flute and Charles Abramovic, piano (Oct. 22) 69. A Celebration of Ned Rorem’s 90th Birthday (Oct. 23) 99. Jennifer Johnson Cano, Mezzo-Soprano (Oct. 23) 100. Guest Artist Recital: Sylvia Torán, piano (Oct. 24) 101. Garrick Ohlsson, piano (Oct. 24) 102. Are We There Yet? Launch Party: A Celebration of Family, Diversity & Community (Oct. 25) 103. Lecture-Demonstration: R.K.Shriramkumar “Carnatic Music and the Violin” (Oct. 29) 79. Cross Country Conversation with Students (Oct. 30) 104. Orion Quartet (Oct. 30) 81. Lecture with Dr. Therese Dolan: Keeping Up Appearances: Fashion and Impressionism (Nov. 1) 82. Tim Fain, violin and Pei-Yao Wang, piano (Nov. 1)

24 COMMERCE events

1. Lithuanian Festival (Sept. 1 to Nov. 10) 3. Beyond Sport Summit 2013 (Sept. 9 to Sept. 11) 4. International Architecture Panel: Architecture and Identity (Sept. 10.) 5. U.S. - Japan Health Sciences Dialogue (Sept. 10 & 11) 11. Global Culture Digital Exposition (Sept. 15 to Nov. 1) 12. Cybersecurity and Cyber-insecurity Conference (Sept. 16) 14. Evening Exchange: New Research on Immigrant Entrepreneurs (Sept. 17) 17. Philadelphia: Global City (Sept. 18) 86. Measuring Social & Economic Factors that Develop a More Peaceful Society (Sept. 18) 88. The Sierra Leone Government Engagement with the Diaspora (Sept. 20) – 14 –


22. Globalization and the Changing Balance of Economic Power: Villanova MBA Open House (Sept. 24) 23. Inventing the future AURP International Conference (Sept. 24 to Sept. 27) 24. International Showcase Reception (Sept. 25) 91. The Role of Immigrants in the Regional Economy (Oct 1) 92. A Conversation with Houda Ezra Nonoo, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Bahrain to the U.S. (Oct. 3) 38. Is American Politics Broken? A Symposium about How We Run Our Elections and Govern Our Nation (Oct. 7) 93. U.S. - Oman Free Trade Agreement with Embassy of Oman (Oct. 8) 39. Behind the Scenes tour (Oct. 9) 42. The International Entrepreneur (Oct. 10) 47. Building Global Competence through Collaborative Strategies in International Education (Oct. 10 to Oct. 12) 94. Tianjin Economic-Development Area Trade Mission (Oct. 10 & 11) 52. Corporate event for members of the Swedish-American Chamber of Commerce (Oct. 15) 72. Greater Philadelphia Leadership Exchange GPLEX (Oct. 24 & 25) 73. History conference: Ligaments: Everyday connections for colonial economies (Oct. 24 & 25)

5 CUISINE events

GlobalPhilly(™) 2013 appetizers in 7 top restaurants in Philly 1. Lithuanian Festival (Sept. 1 to Nov. 10) 13. Dinner Honoring Jose Garces (Sept. 17) 25. Global Tastes Celebration (Sept. 26) 36. What We Sow: 70x7 The Meal (Oct. 5)

41 EDUCATION events

2. First Thursday (Sept. 5) 3. Beyond Sport Summit 2013 (Sept. 9 to Sept. 11) 5. U.S. - Japan Health Sciences Dialogue (Sept. 10 & 11) 6. Urban Identity Lab: Interdisciplinary Design Charrette (Sept. 13) 14. Evening Exchange: New Research on Immigrant Entrepreneurs (Sept. 17) 15. Drexel Teach-In for Peacebuilding (Sept. 17) 16. Video Conference with filmmaker Dr. Patrick Hiller on The Evolution of a Global Peace System (Sept. 18) 17. Philadelphia: Global City (Sept. 18) 18. Joel Fry Discussing Generations of Bartram’s Garden (Sept. 18) 21. Training program for nursing students from Bermuda (Sept. 23 to Oct. 4) 22. Globalization and the Changing Balance of Economic Power: Villanova MBA Open House (Sept. 24) 23. Inventing the future AURP International Conference (Sept. 24 to Sept. 27) 27. Campus Philly College Day (Sept. 28) 28. Turkish Delight (Sept. 28) – 15 –


30. Teachers’ History Weekend (Sept. 28 & 29) 31. 2013 Atlas Award: A Tribute to First Responders (Sept. 30) 90. Open House at International Montessori School (Sept. 30) 32. Film Screening: Madagascar with Marlin Darrah (Oct. 2) 33. First Thursday (Oct. 3) 34. International Student Reception (Oct. 4) 35. Symposium on the United States and Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan (Oct. 4 & 5) 38. Is American Politics Broken? A Symposium about How We Run Our Elections and Govern Our Nation (Oct. 7) 44. Philadelphia Lantern Slide Salon (Oct. 10) 47. Building Global Competence through Collaborative Strategies in International Education (Oct. 10 to Oct. 12) 51. Brazilian Hospital Administrators Seminar (Oct. 14 to Oct. 18) 53. Richard Wiggin, author of the book, Embattled Farmers: Soldiers from Lincoln, MA (Oct. 16) 56. 50th Anniversary Celebration of Science Center (Oct. 17) 57. Penn Film Premiere: African Independence (Oct. 17) 96. Public Lecture The Changing Face in Higher Education in Saudi Arabia (Oct. 17) 62. Week of Italian Language (Oct. 18 to Oct. 28) 63. Annual Community Event and Middle East Drum Ensemble Performance (Oct. 19) 66. 21st Century Cities – Videoconference series Philadelphia/Mexico City on urban water mgt issues (Oct. 22) 98. Career Opportunities with U.S. Government Foreign Affairs Agencies Panel Discussion & Reception (Oct. 22) 73. History conference: Ligaments: Everyday connections for colonial economies (Oct. 24 & 25) 74. Keeping the Promise: Empowering Youth for Peace and Sustainable Development (Oct. 25) 76. Lecture by Dr. Peter Gleick: Global Water Challenges, Issues and Solutions (Oct. 25) 103. Lecture-Demonstration: R.K.Shriramkumar “Carnatic Music and the Violin” (Oct. 29) 78. Talk by Nicholas Basbanes on his book: On Paper: The Everything of Its Two-Thousand-Year History (Oct. 30) 79. Cross Country Conversation with Students (Oct. 30) 80. Pediatric Global Health Conference: Violence Against Children (Nov. 1) 81. Lecture with Dr. Therese Dolan: Keeping Up Appearances: Fashion and Impressionism (Nov. 1)

31 HERITAGE events

1. Lithuanian Festival (Sept. 1 to Nov. 10) 4. International Architecture Panel: Architecture and Identity (Sept. 10) 6. Urban Identity Lab: Interdisciplinary Design Charrette (Sept. 13) 7. Photography Exhibition of International Communities in PHL (Sept. 13 to Oct. 31) – 16 –


9. Mexican Independence Day Festival (Sept. 15) 10. xCultural (Multicultural) Passport to Philadelphia (Sept. 15 to Sept. 22) 11. Global Culture Digital Exposition (Sept. 15 to Nov. 1) 13. Dinner Honoring Jose Garces (Sept. 17) 14. Evening Exchange: New Research on Immigrant Entrepreneurs (Sept. 17) 18. Joel Fry Discussing Generations of Bartram’s Garden (Sept. 18) 19. European Cinema Uncovered (Sept. 19) 25. Global Tastes Celebration (Sept. 26) 28. Turkish Delight (Sept. 28) 91. The Role of Immigrants in the Regional Economy (Oct 1) 34. International Student Reception (Oct. 4) 29. Arab Music Concert Series (Oct. 5) 41. Full Exposure: Mekong Hotel (Oct. 10) 43. Realizing the American Dream: An Evening with Connie Chung (Oct. 10) 44. Philadelphia Lantern Slide Salon (Oct. 10) 49. Family Matinee: The Illusionist (Oct. 12.) 53. Richard Wiggin, author of the book, Embattled Farmers: Soldiers from Lincoln, MA (Oct. 16) 55. Demon, Classical Russian poem about Georgia with English translation (Oct. 16) 57. Penn Film Premiere: African Independence (Oct. 17) 58. Naturalization ceremony welcoming new U.S. citizens (Oct. 17) 65. Young Americans: A Children’s Naturalization Ceremony (Oct. 21) 66. 21st Century Cities – Videoconference series Philadelphia/Mexico City on urban water mgt issues (Oct. 22) 68. Open House at Chamounix Mansion (Oct. 23) 100. Guest Artist Recital: Sylvia Torán, piano (Oct. 24) 73. History conference: Ligaments: Everyday connections for colonial economies (Oct. 24 & 25) 77. Day of the Dead Altar (Oct. 30 to Nov. 6) 78. Talk by Nicholas Basbanes on his book: On Paper: The Everything of Its Two-Thousand-Year History (Oct. 30)

5 SPORTS events

3. Beyond Sport Summit 2013 (Sept 9 to Sept 11) 20. P3 Soccer Tournament (Sept. 22) 40. U.S. Open Squash (Oct. 9 to Oct. 18) 52. Corporate sport event for members of the Swedish-American Chamber of Commerce (Oct. 15) 75. The Head of the Schuylkill Regatta (Oct. 26 & 27)

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Changes to Events Listed in Passport

The listings from the Passport are featured here, with any changes or updates in red. *

9. Mexican Independence Day Festival

Presenter: Mexican Consulate & Mexican Cultural Center Date: 9/15/2013 1:00 - 7:00 pm Location: Great Plaza at Penn’s Landing, Chestnut Street and Columbus Blvd, Philadelphia, PA 19106 Cost: Free Open to Public Expected Audience: Mexicans, Mexican Americans and Global Philadelphians Special Instructions: Visit www.mexicanculturalcenter.org for more information Join thousands of people to celebrate the Mexican Independence Day at Penn’s Landing Great Plaza.This festival is part of the PECO Multicultural Series.

28. Turkish Delight Presenter: Penn Museum Date: 9/28/2013 1:00 - 5:00pm Location: Penn Museum, 3260 South St, Philadelphia PA 19104 Cost: Free with museum admission Open to Public Expected Audience: Interested audiences Special Instructions: Visit penn.museum for more information Delight! Visitors are invited to an afternoon of pure Turkish delight! The event features Turkish dancing and music, talks on ancient and modern Turkey, an authentic cuisine demonstration, crafts, and more.

29. Arab Music Concert Series

Presenter: Al-Bustan, Seeds of Culture Date: 10/5/2013 8:00pm Location: Trinity Center for Urban Life, S 22nd St., Philadelphia PA 19103 Cost: Ticketed event Open to Public Expected Audience: General Public Special Instructions: Visit www.albustanseeds.org for more information The season will open on October 5 with An Evening Inspired by Spanish Poet Frederico Garcia Lorca, featuring Tunisian vocalist Sonia M’Barek and Palestinian poet Nathalie Handal.

34. International Student Reception Presenter: Penn Museum Date:10/4/2013 5:00 - 7:00pm Location: Penn Museum, 3260 South St, Philadelphia PA 19104 Cost: Free Open to Public Expected Audience: Philadelphia’s International Students Special Instructions: Visit penn.museum for more information Now celebrating its 44th anniversary, this free event is open to international students and scholars, and each year, it draws nearly 1,000 of them, from around 85 different countries. Held in the magnificent Chinese Rotunda at the – 18 –


Penn Museum, it is the only large-scale welcome reception of its kind in the region.

58. Naturalization Ceremony Welcoming New United States Citizens

Presenter: Philadelphia Bar Association Date:10/17/2013 10:30am Location: National Constitution Center; 525 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106 Not open to Public Expected Audience: New citizens and their family members Special Instructions: Visit www.philadelphiabar.org for more information Presented by the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, this Naturalization Ceremony will welcome to U.S. citizenship nearly 100 individuals from a wide range of countries. U.S. District Court Judge Joel Harvey Slomsky will preside over the ceremony. Charisse R. Lillie, Esq., Vice President, Community Investment at Comcast Corporation and President of Comcast Foundation, will be the Distinguished Guest Speaker, and Philadelphia Bar Association Chancellor Kathleen D. Wilkinson will offer remarks, among other guest speakers.

57. Penn Film Premiere: African Independence Presenter: Penn Museum Date:10/17/2013 5:00pm - 6:30pm Location: Penn Museum Harrison Auditorium, 3260 South St, Phila, PA 19104 Cost: Free with museum admission Open to Public Expected Audience: General Public Special Instructions: Visit penn.museum for more information African Independence, a feature length documentary written, directed, and produced by University of Pennsylvania professor and PBS’ History Detectives host Tukufu Zuberi, has won awards and kudos internationally since its January premiere. The premiere will now begin with brief remarks by Penn President Dr. Amy Gutmann and filmmaker Dr. Tukufu Zuberi, with a Q&A session afterward.

74. Keeping the Promise: Empowering Youth for Peace and Sustainable Development Presenter: Global Education Motivators Date:10/25/2013 9:30am – 2:00pm Location: Chestnut Hill College (E. Parlor), 9601 Germantown Ave., Phila, PA,19118 Cost: $15 for students (including resources and lunch) Not open to Public Public welcome for the Opening and Closing Ceremonies only at 9:30-11am and 1-2:00pm. Expected Audience: Educators, students and human rights advocates Special Instructions: Visit www.gem-ngo.org for more information This is a School Celebration of the United Nations and Human Rights (Grades 8-12). Gillian Sorensen, a level UN official, will be coming to get involved with the event. Students will explore the future they want from a human rights and human development perspective and see the importance of students being part of the solution to having a better world for everyone. *These listings are not complete. For the complete listing of each event, please refer to the Passport or globalphiladelphia.org

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Specially Crafted Appetizers, It’s finally time to reveal each of the specially crafted GlobalPhillyTM2013 appetizers for the restaurant component of the exposition! From Kevin Sbraga of Sbraga: A Steak tartare with French onion dip, and pea tendril salad 44 South Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19146 215.735.1913

From Peter Woolsey of Bistrot La Minette Salmon tartare with lentils and a blood orange vinaigretted 623 South 6th Street Philadelphia, PA 19147 215.925.8000

From Tim Spinner of La Calaca Feliz Al Pastor Pork Taco Spit roasted pork tacos with heavy marinate and different types of chillies and cumin and spices, pineapple and onion wrapped in banana leaf roasted served with black bean and pineapple salsa 2321 Fairmount Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19130 215.787.9930 – 20 –


GlobalPhillyTM2013 Revealed! From Head Chef of Tashan Cauliflower Bezule Florets of cauliflower 777 South Broad Streeet tossed with mustard Philadelphia PA 19147 seed’s, curry leaves and 267.687.2170 coconut milk. From Hiroyuki “Zama” Tanaka of Zama Sbraga Rolls A crispy shallot and avocado roll with dill and jalapeno tartar sauce, topped with panko encrusted dorado with a side of chick pea tempura

128 South 19th Street Philadelphia, PA 19103 215.568.1027

From Olivier Desaintmartin of Zinc Yet to be revealed 246 South 11th Street Philadelphia, PA 19107 215.351.9901

From Han Chiang of Han Dynasty Lamb dumpling with garlic vinegar sauce 108 Chestnut St. 70 Buckwalter Rd Philadelphia, PA 19106 Royersford PA 215.922.1988 610.792.9600 3711 Market St. 260 N. Pottstown Pike Philadelphia PA 19104 Exton, PA 215.222.3711 610.524.4002 4356 Main St. Philadelphia PA 215.508.2066

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Newest Sponsor In 1828, RBS Citizens Financial Group got its start as a small community bank called the High Street Bank in Providence, Rhode Island. RBS Citizens Financial Group, Inc. is a $126 billion commercial bank holding company. It is headquartered in Providence, R.I., and through its subsidiaries has approximately 1,300 branches, more than 3,500 ATMs and nearly 19,000 colleagues. It operates its branch network in 12 states and has non-branch retail and commercial offices in more than 30 states. http://www.citizensbank.com/ Daniel K Fitzpatrick President & CEO Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware, Mid-Atlantic Regional Executive

Henri Moore Senior Vice President and Director, Public Affairs

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Recently Joined

Members Organizations

Arcadia University Chesnut Hill Community College Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission (DVRPC) International Montessori Schools Keswick Theater Lithuanian Music Hall Association Philadelphia Community College

Individual Members Sue Badeau Nasreen Malik

A Special Thank You to our Volunteers! Hye Hyun (Ellen) Bea Ritu Dixit Simon Oh Manisha Patel

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Global Philadelphia Association Social Media

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For more information about the Global Philadelphia Association, contact us: Global Philadelphia Association 2500 One Liberty Place Philadelphia, PA 19103 Phone: 215-851-8112 info@globalphiladelphia.org Globalphiladelphia.org

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Gp13 passport addendum  

Addendum, newly added events, Participants, and Sponsors

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