Tag Archives: china

Troy University Ambassador-in-Residence to address World Affairs Council, students during visit

October 9, 2018
By Andy Ellis

Ambassador J. Stapleton Roy, who served as the top U.S. envoy to Singapore, China and Indonesia, will serve as Troy University’s Ambassador-in-Residence next week, including an Oct. 16 presentation to the Alabama World Affairs Council at the University’s Montgomery Campus.

During his visit, Roy will speak to classes on the Troy Campus and deliver the…

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Remembering Zhao Kangmin, discoverer of the Terracotta Army

June 27, 2018
By Matt Clower

The Chinese archeologist who discovered the famous Terracotta Army passed away last month, leaving behind a legacy that left its mark around the world, including at the Troy Campus.

Zhao Kangmin was a self-taught archaeologist and lover of history who at 24 became curator of the Lintong Museum in Shannxi province. It was on an…

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TROY’s Chinese alumni proud of their Trojan roots

June 22, 2018
By Andy Ellis

More than 100 former Troy University students and visiting scholars came together for an event in China earlier this month, marking the first steps toward establishing the University’s second alumni chapter there.

The June 10 event was held as University officials were in China to welcome the newest group of 1-2-1 alumni. Dr. Jack Hawkins,…

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