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President Clinton's speechwriter Eric Liu in Houston

Yale alum to speak about American Dream

President Clinton's former speechwriter and yale alumnus, Eric Liu, wil be in Houston for an in-depth discussion on identity, family, nationalism and the fate of the American dream, based on his latest book, A Chinaman's Chance. All Yale alumni in Houston are invited to come out and support Eric's book talk. There is a special discount -- $10 off non-member priciing-- for Yale alumni who attend.

When: Tuesday, December 2, 2014 at 7:00 p.m.

Where: Asia Society Texas Center 



Tickets must be purchased by Sunday, November 30 (11:59 p.m.).  

To purchase tickets, click on the link provided, here:


Promo Code: Liu10

Background on Eric Liu:

Liu also served as President Clinton's deputy domestic policy adviser. He is a graduate of Yale University and Harvard Law School and is currently a lecturer at the University of Washington.

He is also the author of Guiding Lights: The People Who Lead Us Toward Our Purpose in Life (2005), about transformative mentors, leaders, and teachers, and The Accidental Asian: Notes of a Native Speaker (1998), about ethnicity, identity, and acculturation. His book, Imagination First, co-authored with Scott Noppe-Brandon of the Lincoln Center Institute, explores ways to unlock imagination in education, politics, business, and the arts.  

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