Raymond Chang:

The Great China Baseball Hunt” preview of a documentary featuring Raymond Chang

Chang's Playing Career Set for Final Act with China” article featuring Raymond Chang in MLB News

Field of Dreams: MLB Makes Pitch for Chinese Star” article featuring Raymond Chang in Agence France-Presse (AFP) 

Lucas Sin:

For an NYC Chef Who’s Still Working, Home Cooking is More Vital Than Ever” article featuring Lucas Sin in Eater

Pieces of China (Episode 7): Chef Lucas Sin of Junzi Kitchen on the Chinese Clay Pot” interview featuring Lucas Sin in China Institute’s ‘Pieces of China’ video series

Chinese Cuisine in the United States with Chef Lucas Sin” interview featuring Lucas Sin for the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations

Hong Kong Chef Brings Contemporary Chinese food to America” video featuring Lucas Sin in SCMP

A Chinese Chef’s Tasting-Menu Deliveries, with a Side of Instagram Live” article featuring Lucas Sin in The New Yorker

In This Dinner Series, Chinese Food is at Home Worldwide” article featuring Lucas Sin in the New York Times

Janet Yang:

Full Frame: China and Hollywood with Janet Yang (part 1)” interview featuring Janet Yang in CGTN America

Full Frame: China and Hollywood with Janet Yang (part 2)” interview featuring Janet Yang in CGTN America

Q&A: Janet Yang on Asian Representation in Hollywood and How COVID-19 Will Change the Future of Film ” interview featuring Janet Yang in SupChina

U.S.-China Summit: Janet Yang Optimistic Despite Industry, Political Woes” article featuring Janet Yang in Variety

Alison Friedman:

China’s Diversifying Arts Funding Responds to Demand at Home and Abroad” article by Alison Friedman in China-U.S. Focus

Local Talent should be the Best Direction” article featuring Alison Friedman in SCMP

CHINA Town Hall: Society & Culture

CHINA Town Hall: Society & Culture

Explore the fascinating role that sports, food, and film play in the U.S.-China relationship: MLB China baseball operations manager Raymond Chang, Forbes 30 Under 30 restaurateur Lucas Sin, and film producer Janet Yang examine how aspects of our shared humanity can forge unique ties during times of political tensions, and how these rich intersections enhance American and Chinese society.

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