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    Dori Jones Yang's memoir describes her introduction to China as a correspondent during the excitement of the early reform era.

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    Paul Pickowicz visited China in 1971 as one of 14 American graduate students with a Committee of Concerned Asian Scholars delegation.

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    Anla Cheng, Erika Lee, and Nancy Yao Maasbach convened in a conversation moderated by Jerry Yang to share their insights on the critical issues of anti-Asian racism, generational divides, the model minority myth, and Sino-American relations.

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

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    Matt Sheehan examines the varied, broad, and deep ties between the state of California and China to illustrate what is happening on the ground, beyond the power centers of Beijing and Washington.

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    Lenora Chu and Gish Jen discuss their recent books and the east-west creativity gap.

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    Alison Friedman, Fajer Al-Kaisi, Timothy Douglas, and Rachel Leslie discuss the recent tour of the award-winning drama "Disgraced" through China. 

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    Michelle Vosper discusses her new edited volume Creating Across Cultures: Women in the Arts from China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan.                

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    Jiayang Fan and Jeffrey Wasserstrom discuss mutual misunderstanding and fascination between Chinese and Americans.

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    The Professional Fellows Program, funded by the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, is a two-way capacity building exchange for emerging NGO leaders in China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and the United States in the fields of environment, legal aid, philanthropy, and community building among marginalized populations. The National Committee works with NGOs in the United States, China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan to carry out the program with a total of 28 Asian fellows and 14 American counterparts each year of the three-year cycle.

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    Eight months after the Chinese ping pong team visited the United States, the National Committee made history again by hosting the first performing arts company from the People's Republic of China — the Shenyang Acrobatic Troupe — for a four-week, four-city tour.

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    In September 1973, the National Committee helped facilitate the Philadelphia Orchestra's historic trip to China, paving the way for other American orchestras. The Boston Symphony followed in 1979.

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    On the third and last stop of her U.S. visit, Chinese Vice Premier Liu Yandong was honored at a cultural symposium and luncheon at Carnegie Hall on November 22, co-hosted by the National Committee and the Chinese Consulate General in New York. The symposium, on Sino-American cultural exchange and cooperation, featured the signing of five cultural cooperation agreements and was attended by a diverse group of American leaders in the fields of the arts and education.

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    In The Silk Road: A Very Short Introduction James Millward explores the historical background against which the silk road flourished, discusses the significance of old-world intercultural exchange, and puts the silk road into the context of world history. Professor Millward will discuss the historical significance and contemporary uses of the silk road at a National Committee program on May 16 at the Institute of International Education in New York City. Click below for a podcast interview with James Millward:

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    Prominent rights activist, legislator and professor Wu Qing joined the National Committee Vice President Jan Berris in a program co-hosted by the National Committee and Asia Society on December 12, 2012. A well-known public figure in China, Wu Qing has built a reputation as a fearless legislator, human rights activist – particularly on behalf of women, and dedicated teacher. Program Video:

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