• Supporting Material
  • Supporting Material / Video / Kissinger On China

    Henry Kissinger discusses his new book On China. Recorded 7/18/11.

  • Public Event

    The director of the China Development Brief Translation Project, Shawn Shieh, discussed the burgeoning relationship between grant-making foundations and independent nonprofit organizations in China in a talk at the Henry Luce Foundation. In the U.S., philanthropic organizations and civil society organizations are natural partners, with grant-making foundations serving as an important source of funding for nonprofits. In China, foundations have long had close ties with the government, and have subsequently shied away from supporting independent nonprofits.

  • Supporting Material

    Welcome, FPC 2012 Participants! A draft agenda, along with guides to FPC program logistics, accommodation, and travel scholarships are provided below.

  • Supporting Material / Learning / U.S.-China Teachers Exchange Program

    The United States is a wonderful country. I do admit to myself that the average life in the United States is better than in China. You always can see the clear, blue sky. You are always in the good environment. You never need to worry about the quality of food. But I still want to go back to China. There is something special deep in my heart; China is my motherland. I do want to go back. East, west, home is the best.

  • Public Event

    National Committee Vice Chairman Henry A. Kissinger discussed his new book, On China, in an interview with National Committee President Steve Orlins. Dr. Kissinger answered questions ranging from the role of the United States in cross-Strait relations, his reflections on the Vietnam conflict, the publication of his book in China, and President Obama’s meeting with the Dalai Lama in Washington, DC. Dr. Kissinger took questions from the audience submitted on note cards. Full video of the event is now available:

  • Supporting Material / Video / The Last Days of Old Beijing with Michael Meyer

    Michael Meyer discusses his new book Last Days of Old Beijing. Recorded 1/6/11.

  • Supporting Material / Tributes to Jan / 2011 Members Program: A Celebration of Anniversaries

     

  • Supporting Material / Tributes to Jan / 2011 Members Program: A Celebration of Anniversaries

    Several of Jan’s former mentors and bosses who returned for the event – including Richard Solomon, Doug Murray, John Holden, Mike Lampton (by video) and Art Rosen (by message)  – shared their reminiscences about Jan and gave tributes for her contribution to the Committee and U.S.-China relations. An audience participation section followed, where several of our Members and friends shared their recollections of how Jan and the Committee influenced their relationship with China. Jan closed the event with a few words. Recorded 5/23/11.  

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    2011 marks two important anniversaries for the National Committee. Forty-five years ago a broad coalition of scholars and civic, religious, and business leaders founded the National Committee to promote deeper understanding of the United States and China in both countries. It also marks the 40th (yes, 40th!) anniversary of Jan Berris joining the National Committee. Our 45th annual Members Program honored the Committee’s legacy and Jan’s role in our work and success.

  • Public Event

    National Committee Director Dr. Kenneth Lieberthal discussed his new book, Managing the China Challenge: How to Achieve Corporate Success in the People's Republic, during a public program on May 24, 2011. Dr. Lieberthal's book focuses on the implications of China's political economy for multinational corporate strategies.

  • Public Event

    At a National Committee public program on May 19, author Michael Meyer discussed living in one of Beijing's oldest hutongs, a traditional alleyway neighborhood which defined the city's layout for centuries. Mr. Meyer's first book, The Last Days of Old Beijing, chronicles the destruction of many of these neighborhoods as the city was redesigned for the 2008 Summer Olympics.

  • Supporting Material / Alumni / U.S.-China Teachers Exchange Program

    By Fan Hongya Yangzhou University Affiliated Middle School Snowden International School (Boston), 2000-2001 It is indeed hard to believe that ten years have passed since we came back to China. The scene is still vivid in my mind when my wife and daughter and Principal Li and Mr. Fu were expecting me anxiously and eagerly at Shanghai Pudong International Airport. I AM FINALLY BACK. This was what I wanted to say to them when I saw them.

  • Supporting Material / Alumni / U.S.-China Teachers Exchange Program

    Ellen Somerville Nanjing Foreign Language School 2000-2001 Where to start? The beginning? Okay, my Chinese wonder year started with a notice on a bulletin board. A year in China, why not? Normally I like to have my ducks in a row, and plans A through infinity ready to implement. I had about three minutes before my first class started and in that time I called Margot and arranged for an interview.

  • Program

    In 2011, the National Committee, in partnership with the Center for Legal Assistance to Pollution Victims at China University of Political Science and Law, sponsored a two-way exchange for environmental law professionals in China and the United States.

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