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    Ms. Wei Wei Hsing is a senior at Columbia University majoring in East Asian Studies and Economics. She is interested in Chinese politics, society, and development and studied advanced Mandarin at Beijing University in 2007. Wei Wei was awarded the Weatherhead East Asian Institute Undergraduate Training Grant in 2007 to study Hong Kong-based labor organizations working on mainland Chinese labor issues.

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    Joseph Weed joined the National Committee as director of communications in March 2008. He is responsible for the National Committee’s external communications and public relations, including media relations; press management for public programs and large events; writing, editing and graphic design of publications and special projects; and new media initiatives, including online video, podcast, document and photo collections.

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    Jessica Bissett joined the National Committee in September 2011 after receiving her M.S. in global affairs from New York University. As director of leadership programs, she leads Congressional Staff Delegations to China and runs the Committee's Student Leaders Exchange to China, Diplomat Orientation Program, and U.S. Foreign Policy Colloquium. She also manages the Committee's Young China Professionals initiative and oversees its Schwarzman Scholars Partnership.

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    The National Committee's membership includes over 700 prominent Americans from all parts of the country. They represent many viewpoints, but share the belief that increased public knowledge of China, U.S.-China relations, and developments in Greater China is vital to the common future of both peoples.

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    The National Committee is most grateful to its institutional funders, including corporations and private foundations for their generous annual contributions. NCUSCR's corporate membership includes America's leading business and professional firms.

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    Daya Martin joined the National Committee in April 1999 as the administrative assistant. Prior to joining the Committee, she taught English as a second language in New York City.

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    Jonathan Lowet joined the National Committee in 2004. During his tenure, he has focused on building its next-generation programs. He oversees the Committee's Congressional education efforts, including leading staff trips to China and programming its Hill Briefings for New Members of Congress, and its "40-Under-40"-style Young Leaders Forum.

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