Saturday, 25th July 2020 (The seminar has been canceled for 2020)
7:30 to 7:55 am: Registration and coffee
7:55 to 8 am: Introduction by Jayant Bhandari
8 to 8:40 am: “Institutionalized Incentives for Moral Behavior: Markets Versus Governments,” by Christopher Lingle
8:40 to 9:10 am: “Yes, College Professors are almost all Left-Wing,” by Jeff Deist
9:10 to 9:30 am: “What I Learned in Ten Years of Selling Private Jets,” by Michael Roberts
9:30 to 10:00 am: Coffee
10:00 to 11:00 am: “The History of Post-modernism and the Validation of Logic,” by Marwood Dent
11:00 to 11:20 am: “Is Latin America Condemned to Mediocrity,” by José Alberto Niño
11:20 to 12 noon: Panel moderated by Albert Lu
12 to 1 pm: Lunch
1 to 1:35 pm: “Eat the Rich? Prepare to Starve,” by Rick Rule
1:35 to 1:55 pm: TBA
1:55 to 2:25 pm: Discussion Session; moderated by Lilija Valis
2:25 to 2:55 pm: Coffee
2:55 to 3:45 pm: Workshop with Daniel Lu
3:45 to 4:25 pm: “Why I Have Nothing Against Suppression of Religion in Xinjiang,” by Jayant Bhandari
4:25 to 4:35 pm: Break
4:35 to 5:15 pm: “The Characters of My Novels, and the Archetypes they Represent,” by Doug Casey
5:15 to 6 pm: Panel moderated by Brian Leni
Vancouver, BC, Canada
(Location is still to be decided, but it will be in downtown Vancouver)
Price (for a limited number of seats):
C$145 for individuals; C$87 for those from the media; C$87 for those under 25 years old.
(For discounted price, please contact us for a link to register)
Other Events: There will be organized dinners on 24th & 25th July 2020. Also, there will be a picnic in the morning of 26th July 2020. These events will be charged separately.
Refund Policy: You can ask for a full refund (minus any transaction fee) until 1st July 2020. Thereafter a 25% deduction applies. No refund will be made for cancellation after 15th July. We are happy to change the name of the participant if you want someone else to take your place. Price of the ticket increases significantly as we get closer to the date of the event.
Linked here are video recordings of earlier year seminars.