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The National Committee honored BlackRock, Inc., at our annual black-tie Gala Dinner in New York City.
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The National Committee's board of directors is composed of leading scholars, corporate executives, and former policymakers, who generously give of their time and expertise. Chair
To conclude the celebration of the National Committee’s 50th Anniversary, Chair Carla Hills led a delegation of board members and donors to Beijing for meetings with senior Chinese leaders and a reunion with almost 100 friends and past program participants.
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Browse the National Committee's FDI studies, annual reports, China Policy Series, and Notes.
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Rosie Levine is a program officer at the National Committee, where she works primarily on the Public Intellectuals Program, among other programs.
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Amanda Walencewicz joined the National Committee in 2018 as communications and production assistant. She assists with the videography of public events, podcast production, graphic design, and communications outreach. 
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Erica Quach is a program associate at the National Committee, where she provides programmatic, administrative, and logistical support to the Professional Fellows Program (PFP). She works closely with the senior director for education programs to ensure efficient program development within PFP.
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The National Committee on United States-China Relations is pleased to announce the sixth round of its Public Intellectuals Program (PIP). This two-year program, generously funded by Carnegie Corporation of New York, is designed to identify outstanding members of the next generation of American China scholars, enrich their understanding of policymaking processes in both the United States and China, help them establish useful relationships both with their academic colleagues and with policy practitioners, and nurture their ability to engage with the public at a national, regional, and local level. 
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A panel of experts who have been instrumental in building the Sino-American relationship reflect on the 40th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations. Recorded 12/18/18.
Following decades of enmity, on December 15, 1978, the United States and China announced the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries as of January 1, 1979.

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