• Program Iteration / CHINA Town Hall

    The thirteenth annual CHINA Town Hall will take place 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.

  • Podcast / U.S.-China Insights

    When the world’s two largest economies become mired in trade conflict, there are bound to be global consequences. As analysts predict increasing risk for a global economic downturn, VanEck’s Chief Emerging Markets Economist Natalia Gurushina looks at what the trade war might mean for other countries, and explains how these consequences could have unforeseen repercussions for both the United States and China.

  • Public Event

    M. Taylor Fravel examines the security threats China has faced over the past 70 years, investigating how and why the country’s defense strategies have changed.

  • Public Event

    Protests were frequent in twentieth-century Shanghai and Bombay (known as Mumbai since 1995). Mark Frazier examines contemporary debates in both metropolises regarding informal housing, displacement of inner-city residents, job scarcity, and questions of unequal citizenship in historical context.

  • Program Iteration / Professional Fellows Program

    Applications due November 1, 2019. Applicant Criteria:

  • Program

    The National Committee's Young China Professionals (YCP) program engages China-focused individuals across various industries between the ages of 25 and 45 to increase their knowledge about China on pertinent issues.

  • Supporting Material / Past Fellows / Professional Fellows Program

    Spring 2019 (Inbound) Participant bios Fellows and their home/host organizations

  • Basic page

    Clarinda Blais joined the National Committee in August 2019 after spending a year in China as a Schwarzman Scholar. During her one-year fellowship—a major component of the National Committee-Schwarzman Scholars Partnership—she is developing and executing bi-annual seminars for Schwarzman College alumni to continue their engagement in China-related issues. Ms. Blais also organizes activities for current Schwarzman Scholars to participate in various National Committee programs taking place in China, and develops new alumni programs to accommodate the needs of a growing Schwarzman alumni network.

  • Supporting Material / Past Galas / 2019 Gala Dinner
  • Public Event

    The National Committee invites you to join us for our annual black-tie Gala Dinner. This year's esteemed honoree is Ray Dalio, founder, co-chief investment officer and co-chairman of Bridgewater Associates, LP. As the world's largest hedge fund, Bridgewater represents an important and influential presence in global economic relations. Ray is also the author of the bestseller Principles: Life and Work.

  • Public Event

    Matt Sheehan describes his professional path, lending insight into non-traditional careers in the China space and the challenges and opportunities these paths present.

  • e-News
  • Basic page

    Xinyi Willow Wei is a communications assistant at the National Committee, where she is in charge of creating content for the organization’s Chinese social media audience, as well as conducting interviews with NCUSCR directors.

  • Podcast / U.S.-China Insights

    The role government should play in the free market has always been a contentious issue, even more so when international trade jeopardizes national security. As the standoff between the United States and China continues, disagreements over what constitutes mutually acceptable trade practices are becoming more entrenched, with both governments accusing the other of interference and overreach. Watch Amy P.

  • Supporting Material / Photos / U.S.-China Track II Economic Dialogue

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