80+ Venues Across the United States & China
For additional event details, please consult the above map.

ARIZONA

Arizona State University
Global Ties Arizona

ARKANSAS

University of Arkansas

CALIFORNIA

University of California, Irvine
University of California, San Diego, 21st Century China Center
World Affairs Council Inland Southern California

COLORADO

University of Colorado Boulder, Center for Asian Studies

CONNECTICUT

Wesleyan University, College of East Asian Studies
Yale University, Council on East Asian Studies

WASHINGTON, D.C.

China Aerospace Studies Institute
Confucius Institute U.S. Center
Georgetown University Initiative for US-China Dialogue

FLORIDA

World Trade Center Tampa Bay

IDAHO

Boise State University

ILLINOIS

University of Illinois, Center for East Asian and Pacific Studies

INDIANA

Indiana University, East Asian Studies Center; University of Indianapolis

IOWA

Clinton Community College
Drake University
Muscatine Community College
Scott Community College

KANSAS

University of Kansas, Center for East Asian Studies
Kansas State University Confucius Institute

LOUISIANA

Louisiana State University, International Studies Program

MARYLAND

Baltimore-Xiamen Sister City Committee

MASSACHUSETTS

Assumption College
Brandeis International Business School
Bridgewater State University
Harvard College China Forum
The Governor’s Academy Economics Club
Suffolk University Boston, Rosenberg Institute for East Asian Studies

MICHIGAN

Michigan University of Michigan, Lieberthal-Rogel Center for Chinese Studies
World Affairs Council of Western Michigan

MINNESOTA

Minnesota Minnesota State University Mankato
St. Olaf College
University of Minnesota China Center
Winona State University

MISSOURI

Webster University, Confucius Institute; World Affairs Council of St. Louis
International Relations Council Kansas City; World Trade Center Kansas City

NEVADA

University of Nevada, Las Vegas
University of Nevada, Reno-College of Liberal Arts

NEW HAMPSHIRE

University of New Hampshire

NEW JERSEY

Princeton University

NEW YORK

Columbia University School of Social Work, China Center for Social Policy
World Trade Center Buffalo Niagara

NORTH CAROLINA

University of North Carolina Charlotte, Confucius Institute
World Affairs Council of Charlotte

OHIO

Dayton Council on World Affairs
Midwest USA Chinese Chamber of Commerce

OKLAHOMA

University of Oklahoma-Confucius Institute

OREGON

Northwest China Council

PENNSYLVANIA

University of Pittsburgh, Asian Studies Center
Bucknell University
University of Pennsylvania, Center for the Study of Contemporary China
Saint Joseph’s University
World Affairs Council of Harrisburg

RHODE ISLAND

Bryant University, U.S.-China Institute

SOUTH CAROLINA

The Citadel

SOUTH DAKOTA

South Dakota World Affairs Council

TENNESSEE

Battle Ground Academy
University of Tennessee

TEXAS

Dallas Committee on Foreign Relations
St. Edward’s University; Alamo Asian American Chamber of Commerce
The University of Texas at Austin
The University of Texas at San Antonio; World Affairs Council of San Antonio

UTAH

The Salt Lake Committee on Foreign Relations

VIRGINIA

George Mason University
Southwest Virginia Community College

VERMONT

Middlebury College

WASHINGTON

University of Washington
Washington State China Relations Council

WISCONSIN

La Crosse Luoyang Friendship Association; University of Wisconsin - La Crosse
Madison Committee on Foreign Relations

CHINA

Carnegie-Tsinghua
Duke Kunshan University
New York University-Shanghai

2019 CHINA Town Hall

The thirteenth annual CHINA Town Hall will take place at 80+ venues across the United States and China on Monday, November 18, at 6:00 p.m. EST. This year, the National Committee is shifting the CTH format slightly, as we feel that today’s political climate warrants a national discussion on the Sino-American relationship and the issues that are impacting us, our businesses, our educational institutions, our communities, our states, and our country.

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