What are Virtual Community Events?


BXAI launched its Virtual Community Events during the summer of 2020 to connect and engage the Bai Xian community.  Open to all Bai Xian Scholars, Alumni, and friends, these online events are now offered year-round and cover a wide variety of topics and themes including community building, career development, discussion of Asia-related issues, and soft skills training.  Virtual Community Events are designed to serve as an accessible platform for Bai Xian community members to build bridges with one another, develop adaptive leadership skills, and dialogue in a safe yet stimulating environment.

Full recordings of selected Virtual Community Events, blog posts, and additional resources are available on our Resources page here.

Resources Page

Disclaimers and Reminders for Participants

The views, information, or opinions expressed by speakers during BXAI’s Virtual Community Events (the “Events”) are solely those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily reflect the position or policies of BXAI.

Presentations at the Events do not constitute an endorsement of the individuals’ views, information or opinions. BXAI does not make any warranty, express or implied, and BXAI specifically disclaims any legal liability and responsibility for the accuracy, completeness or usefulness of any information presented at the Events.

Any recorded videos of the Events are available for private, non-commercial use only. Advertising which is incorporated into, placed in association with, or targeted towards the content of any of BXAI’s virtual events, without the express approval and knowledge of BXAI, is forbidden. You are not allowed to edit, modify, or redistribute the recorded videos of BXAI’s Virtual Community Events without prior written consent of BXAI.

  1. Log in to the Zoom meeting at least 5 to 15 minutes before the start of the session.
  2. Be patient while waiting for approval to access the Zoom meeting room.
  3. Enter your login name as follows: Your full name + university/institute (E.g. Chen Dawen – Waseda University)
  4. Ensure you will not be interrupted or disturbed during the session.
  5. Minimize background noise if/when you are invited to speak during the session (preferably through the use of an earphone mic).
  6. Dress respectably and appropriately if you turn on your camera during the session.
  7. Be respectful and patient for the duration of the session.