Photo Tour: Scott, Pac-12 In China
Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott is making his first official visit to China Dec. 12-16, on behalf of the Conference's 12 universities, to begin exploring athletic, academic and cultural exchanges.
Below are some photos from the trip thus far. Stay tuned for more! Click here to learn more about Scott's trip to China.
Pac-12 representatives visited Nike Greater China's Beijing Office and met with Tony Li, Nike Greater China's Sports Marketing Director, also a former Washington State Cougar (track & field). The group posed in front of a poster of Chinese basketball player Yi Jianlian, who plays for the NBA's Washington Wizards. From L-R: Chris Giles (Pac-12 Director of Business Development), Larry Scott, Carrie Xu (Pac-12 Senior Manager, International), Tony Li.
Giles, for the first time in his life, tries Peking Duck, the most famous dish of Beijing (Peking is the old name of Beijing).
Scott giving the keynote address on The Structure and Business Model of Intercollegiate Athletics in the United States at the 2011 China International Sports Leadership Forum.
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