Nowadays, it seems like the U.S. and China are increasingly living in “two worlds”--two political systems, two economies that are “decoupling” in key technological areas, and two societies separated by ongoing pandemic travel restrictions. This divide is especially true in social media, where Chinese and U.S. youth use different social media apps and platforms. In the midst of this division, young people who deeply understand U.S. and Chinese culture are called upon to find creative, innovative, and fun ways to bridge gaps and foster cross-cultural understanding.
But in a crowded and fractured social media space, how do you build a personal brand that captivates both audiences?
Join the National Association for Black Engagement with Asia as we chat with Ryan Alexander Holmes, a Chinese-African American Content Creator and Actor with over 52,000 followers across the U.S. and Asia! Ryan will share his incredible story growing up in a Black and Chinese family, discuss how he navigates these two cultural spaces, and offer best practices for generating content that celebrates harmony and multiculturalism. It’s an event you don’t want to miss!