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Argosy University, Sarasota
Speaker: Henry Levine

Arkansas World Trade Center (Rogers, Arkansas)
Speaker: Amy Celico

Asian Studies Program, University at Buffalo
Speaker: Marilyn Beach

Baker Institute at Rice University; Houston Forum; University of St. Thomas
Speaker: Jacques deLisle, Steven Lewis, Hans Stockton

Baltimore-Xiamen Sister City Organization; Maryland-China Business Council; University of Maryland's Institute for Global Chinese Affairs
Speaker: Daniel Wright

Center for Chinese Studies, Clemson University (Greenville, SC)
Speaker: Douglas Spelman

Center for China-US Cooperation, Denver University
Speaker: Nicholas Lardy

Center for Chinese Studies, University of California-Berkeley
Speaker: Sidney Rittenberg

Center for Chinese Studies, University of Michigan (Ann Arbor)
Speakers: Mary Gallagher, Nicholas Howson, Kenneth Lieberthal

Channel City Club; Westmont College (Santa Barbara)
Speaker: Amy Gadsden

Chicago Council on Global Affairs
Speaker: David Malpass

Colby College (Maine)
Speaker: Local Panel

Confucius Institute, University of Oklahoma (Tulsa)
Speaker: Mark Frazier

Cornell University (Ithaca, NY)
Speakers: Allen Carlson, Peter Enns

Delaware World Trade Center (Newark)
Speaker: Frank Jannuzi

Federal Express; Memphis International Business Council
Speaker: Local Panel

Fishers Chamber of Commerce; Hamilton Southeastern Schools (Indiana)
Speaker: Heidi Ross

Foreign Policy Association; New York University
Speaker: Barry Naughton

Foreign Policy Research Institute; University of Pennsylvania School of Law (Philadelphia)
Speaker: Adam Segal

Kansas State University (Manhattan)
Speaker: David Finkelstein

La Crosse-Luoyang Friendship Association (Wisconsin)
Speaker: Local Panel

Maureen & Mike Mansfield Center (Missoula, MT)
Speaker: Banning Garrett

North Carolina State University (Raleigh)
Speaker: Jonathan Ocko

Pacific and Asian Affairs Council (Honolulu)
Speaker: Michael Brownrigg

San Diego World Trade Center
Speaker: Joseph Borich

South Dakota Council on World Affairs (Brookings)
Speaker: Allen Barber

Southern Center for International Studies (Atlanta)
Speakers: William Zarit, Penelope Prime

St. Edward's School (Vero Beach, FL)
Speaker: Anthony Kane

Suffolk University; World Boston
Speaker: Ezra Vogel

Washington State University (Pullman)
Speaker: William Overholt

World Affairs Council of Arizona (Phoenix)
Speaker: Sheila Melvin

World Affairs Council of New Hampshire (Manchester)
Speaker: Joseph Fewsmith

World Affairs Council of New Orleans
Speaker: Sheridan Prasso

World Affairs Council of Spokane
Speaker: Daniela Salaverry

Yale University
Speaker: Byron Weng

Greater China
American Chamber of Commerce-China (Beijing)

American Chamber of Commerce-Shanghai

American Chamber of Commerce-Taipei

2008 CHINA Town Hall: Norman Ornstein

The national speaker at the 2008 CHINA Town Hall was Norman J. Ornstein, resident scholar, American Enterprise Institute. He spoke about “The China Issue in the 2008 Presidential and Congressional Campaigns. The discussion was moderated by National Committee President Stephen A. Orlins.

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