Arkansas World Trade Center (Rogers, Arkansas) - Henry Levine

Asian Studies Program, University at Buffalo; International Institute of Buffalo; Nichols School - Jacques deLisle

Boston Children's Museum - Daniel Rosen

Bridge to Asia Foundation; Google (Mountain View, California) - Denis Simon

Chicago Council on Global Affairs - J. Stapleton Roy

Congressman Joseph Crowley’s District Office (Queens, New York) - Henry Tang

Congressman Rick Larsen’s District Office (Everett, Washington) - Nicholas Lardy

Dayton Council on World Affairs - Randall Schriver

Denver Council on Foreign Relations - Edward Steinfeld

Detroit World Affairs Council - Lynn Paine

East West Center; Pacific and Asian Affairs Council (Honolulu, Hawaii) - Joseph Borich

Las Vegas World Affairs Council - Phillip Saunders

National Committee on U.S.-China Relations (District of Columbia) - Stephen Orlins

Northwest China Council (Portland, Oregon) - Michael Totten

St. Louis World Affairs Council - James McGregor

The Southern Center for International Studies (Atlanta) - Amy Celico

Tulsa Global Alliance - Allen Barber

University of St. Thomas; Asia Society (Houston) - Kevin Nealer

Vermont Council on World Affairs (Montpelier) - Barbara Finamore

Wichita Committee on Foreign Relations - Frederick Crook

World Affairs Charlotte (North Carolina) - Steven Yates

World Affairs Council Columbia (South Carolina) - Xiaobo Hu

World Affairs Council of Arizona; Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Phoenix) - Sidney Rittenberg

World Affairs Council of Connecticut; MeetChinaBiz (Hartford) - Usha Haley

World Affairs Council of Kentucky and Southern Indiana (Louisville) - Cheng Li

World Affairs Council of New Hampshire (Manchester) - Burt Levin

World Affairs Council of New Orleans - William Zarit

World Affairs Council of Peoria - Local Panel

World Affairs Council of Philadelphia; MeetChinaBiz - Charles Freeman III

World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh - Local Panel

2007 CHINA Town Hall: Thomas Christensen

The inaugural CHINA Town Hall webcast speaker was Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Thomas Christensen. The discussion was moderated by National Committee President Stephen A. Orlins.

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