UCLA Alumni Association Sponsors 2015 Trip to China

As president of Ashber Corporation based out of Austin, Texas, Bruce Furst serves as an executive producer of music albums and films. In 2006, he produced the number-one selling music album worldwide in Sony BMG Music’s holiday music compilation category. Bruce Furst also produced an album featuring Christina Aguilera. He remains tied to his undergraduate school, the University of California – Los Angeles (UCLA), and stays active in its alumni association.

Founded in 1934, the UCLA Alumni Association is an organization that gives former students an opportunity to seek personal and professional networking opportunities among other alumni. With a membership of more than 92,000 alumni and friends of UCLA, the UCLA Alumni Association sponsors and hosts events throughout the year for its members to enjoy.

One event scheduled for 2015 is an alumni excursion to China and the Yangtze from March 31 through April 13. Travelers will experience one of the oldest cultures in the world and visit the Summer Palace, the Forbidden City, the Great Wall, and Tiananmen Square. After exploring the culture, they board a cruise ship and head down the Yangtze River and navigate through Three Gorges Dam. The trip concludes in Shanghai.

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