BOOK EVENT - Oct. 12, 2017 With Michael Meyer and Jiayang Fan
BOOK LAUNCH - Nov. 8, 2017 With Xiaolu Guo and Isaac Stone Fish
BOOK LAUNCH - Sept. 7, 2017 With Richard McGregor, Ian Buruma and Susan Shirk, moderated by Orville Schell
Wu Tong Performance China Center 10-Year Anniversary Gala February 28, 2017 WATCH THE VIDEO
Former President of Taiwan Ma Ying-jeou In Conversation With Jerome Cohen March 1, 2017 WATCH THE VIDEO
An online magazine of original and selectively syndicated reporting and commentary on China
U.S.-CHINA DIALOGUE Introducing the Center's Chinese Language Website
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COAL + ICE at COP21 Paris Hôtel de Pontalba WATCH THE VIDEO
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Cinematographer Zhao Jiewei discusses his work on a documentary that follows a member of China's dwindling Ewenti minority.
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Grassroots Chinese activists didn't give a dam.
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Financial Times writers on covering China's rise.
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Novelist Amy Tan and Orville Schell unravel some of the complex issues surrounding Chinese American identity.

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About Center on U.S.-China Relations

In seeking new ways of building mutual understanding between the U.S. and China, the Center is undertaking projects and events which explore areas of common interest and divergent views between the two countries, focusing on policy, culture, business, media, economics, energy and the environment.

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