Chinese American Women Making a Difference in Government and Public Service

(Click Image for Full Size) Thursday, February 18th, 2021 at 7pm ESTFriday, February 19th, 2021 at 8am Beijing Join the US-China Education Trust for an inspiring conversation with two influential, barrier-breaking Asian American women leaders: Secretary Elaine Chao and Congresswoman Judy Chu (D-CA). Moderated by Ambassador Julia Chang Bloch, these women will share their life…

[2/12] ACYPL Town Hall: The Future of American Diplomacy

Join the American Council of Young Political Leaders (ACYPL) on Friday, February 12th at 2:00 pm EST for the next installment of their Virtual Town Hall Series, The Future of American Dipomacy, featuring former U.S. Ambassador to Nepal and USCET’s Founding President, The Honorable Julia Chang Bloch (China 40th Anniversary 2019), and former U.S. Ambassador to Morocco, The Honorable Dwight L. Bush…

USCET-CPIFA Dialogue “Future of US-China Relations from Differing Perspectives”

On December 15th, the US-China Education Trust and Chinese People’s Institute of Foreign Affairs (CPIFA) jointly held an online dialogue titled “The Future of US-China Relations from Differing Perspectives.” Wang Chao, President of CPIFA and former Chinese Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs, made opening remarks followed by Ambassador Julia Chang Bloch, Founding President of USCET.…

Event Recap – Trilateral Perspectives on Indo-Pacific Strategic Security and Cooperation: The United States, China, and India

On December 9th, USCET and the Institute for Global Cooperation and Understanding (iGCU) at Peking University hosted the first of a series of webinars focusing on Trilateral Perspectives between the United States, China, and India. Amidst this climate characterized by rising regional tension and uncertainty between the three countries, speakers and guests had the opportunity…

Trilateral Perspectives on Indo-Pacific Strategic Security and Cooperation: The United States, China, and India

The Indo-Pacific is fast becoming the next flash point between the three major players in the region: the United States, China and India. Amidst mounting strategic distrust among the three countries, the US-China Education Trust (USCET) is pleased to announce our upcoming trilateral perspectives symposium, a new series of off-the-record, closed door discussions which will…

Event Recap: Media Impact on the 2020 US Elections – Professionalism, Partisanship and Pandemic

James McGregor, Chairman of Greater China for APCO Worldwide, served as moderator for the webinar engaging prominent political journalists Fred Barnes, Joie Chen, and Ron Elving in a thought-provoking discussion about the pivotal 2020 US elections. Hosted in partnership with AmCham China and the Fortunius Society in Macau SAR, 75 attendees with backgrounds in academia,…

Event Recap: Voting Your Pocketbook – Economics, Trade, and Business Implications for US Presidential Elections

On Thursday, July 16th, 2020 USCET held its second Live From Washington online webinar in partnership with AmCham China in Beijing. “Voting Your Pocketbook: Economics, Trade, and Business Implications for US Presidential Elections” featured Amy Celico, Principal at Albright Stonebridge Group, Bob Davis, Senior Editor at the Wall Street Journal, William Reinsch, Scholl Chair in…

USCET holds Culinary Diplomacy Programs throughout China

The current climate in US-China relations calls for innovative and atypical approaches to fostering stronger relations. Far from the offices and boardrooms of the political and commercial worlds, some of the world’s most meaningful transnational exchanges are taking place in the kitchen. This “culinary diplomacy” builds bridges by tapping into the simple truth that sharing…