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Below you will find a sampling of resources related to Philadelphia's global character and other international matters--background on civic initiatives, research findings, policy documents, and publications--as well as links to relevant sites.

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A how-to manual describing the method of posting content to our website. It is easy and we encourage our members and users to use our website as a publicity tool whenever they would like!
The French-American Chamber of Commerce in partnership with Greater Philadelphia's International Chambers of Commerce British-American Business Council, Chilean & American Chamber of Commerce, German-American Chamber of Commerce, Irish-American Business Council & Network, Swedish-American Chamber of Commerce, presents A Global Economic Update and International Business Networking Reception featuring Ryan Wang, US Economist for HSBC Securities (USA) Inc.
Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love, is the largest city in Pennsylvania and the fifth-most-populous city in the United States. Philadelphia is known for it's enthusiasm in sports, a great arts scene, so many different types of cuisine to choose from, unique architecture, and so much more. 
Read what our members have to say about participating in our GlobalPhilly15 expo! To presenters, GlobalPhilly15 is a unique opportunity to showcase he region as a global place to live, work, and do business through its international and multicultural talents and resources. To the citizens of Philadelphia, GlobalPhilly15 is a way of celebrating the city’s rich cultural fabric of cuisine, sport, and the arts; as well as benefiting from a diverse array of international opportunities within academia and business.  
In its fifth summer season, the Russian Opera Workshop presents Tchaikovsky’s final opera, Iolanta. Based on the Danish play King René’s Daughter, with libretto by Modest Tchaikovsky, it premiered in 1892 in St. Petersburg.
AL DÍA News Media is pleased to welcome Pedro A. Rivera, Secretary of Education for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, to Philadelphia for a dialogue on the State of Public Education in the Commonwealth. Educators, teachers, administrators, and thought leaders are invited to take part in this exclusive opportunity to hear from Secretary Rivera and to ask him questions directly.
Adults, seniors, and children get in for one cool price (1/3 off regular adult admission): $10. (As always, Penn Museum members, children under 6, PennCard holders and active military—and, summers only through Labor Day weekend, active military families—enjoy free admission.) 
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Koresh Dance Company is proud to present the 3rd annual Come Together Dance Festival. The festival, which began in 2013, celebrates the diversity, creativity, and technical excellence of Philadelphia’s dance community. This year, 33 companies share the stage for five nights of dance!
Read what our members have to say about participating in our GlobalPhilly15 expo! To presenters, GlobalPhilly15 is a unique opportunity to showcase he region as a global place to live, work, and do business through its international and multicultural talents and resources. To the citizens of Philadelphia, GlobalPhilly15 is a way of celebrating the city’s rich cultural fabric of cuisine, sport, and the arts; as well as benefiting from a diverse array of international opportunities within academia and business.  
The Penn Museum gathered a team of scholars to assemble "The Anatomy of a Mummy."
Are you interested by the shipping and logistics industries? Are you curious about what goes on behind the scenes at a shipping terminal? Here is your chance to learn more!
Twenty years ago, a small group dreamed of reconstructing an exact replica of General Lafayette’s 18th-century ship called the Hermione. Today, the majestic vessel is the largest and most authentically built Tall Ship in the last 150 years.  
The World Heritage Coordination team of Regensburg, represented by Monika Göttler, had the pleasure to welcome Mr. John Smith III and his wife Susan for a visit in Regensburg on June 21. Mr. Smith, Board Chair of the Global Philadelphia Association, is a strong supporter of the OWHC idea and had a major share in Philadelphia becoming a member city.
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Join an evening of music and fun in the HTFL parking lot.  Sounds of Summer occurs every fourth Friday in June, July and August at 7:30pm.