How Chinese science fiction may provide a window into national aspirations and sources of potential conflict as China aims to become a global innovation leader.
Mycal Ford, Eileen Huang, and Dolly Li discuss the history of Black and Asian tensions and solidarity, the impact of “Yellow Lives Matter” on our communities, and tangible acts of solidarity that will help to bridge the divide between these two groups.
The National Committee’s Young China Professionals program went behind the byline to hear candid reflections from two journalists on the front lines of reporting in the United States and China.
Dr. Isaac Kardon discussed China's overseas port projects and broader regional maritime issues.
Matt Sheehan describes his professional path, lending insight into non-traditional careers in the China space and the challenges and opportunities these paths present.
Jianbing and Junzi: A Conversation on the Evolving Chinese Cuisine Landscape in New York [Young China Professionals]
Brian Goldberg of Mr Bing and Lucas Sin of Junzi share their insights on current trends in the Chinese cuisine landscape in America. They also discuss how missions drive their businesses, and the role food plays in transcending cultural boundaries.
Nicholas Consonery, director at Rhodium Group, presents and leads an interactive discussion on the U.S.-China trade war.