A Divided Congress: Implications for US-China Relations and the Road to 2024

This online roundtable convened some two dozen Chinese and American scholars and practitioners of American politics and US-China relations for a candid, discussion of America’s 2022 midterm elections, the new Congress, and implications for American politics and US-China relations.  It was co-hosted by the Center for International Security and Strategy (CISS) of Tsinghua University in…

Event Recap – Asian American Stories: Diversity, Defiance, and Dignity

On December 12, USCET held the largest event yet in its popular Asian American Authors Series. Focusing on Asian American Stories: Diversity, Defiance, and Dignity, the webinar featured iconic Chinese American writer Maxine Hong Kingston and her former student, Pulitzer Prize-winning Vietnamese American author Viet Thanh Nguyen, with literary critic Professor King-Kok Cheung as moderator.…

12/12 | WEBINAR – Asian American Stories: Diversity, Defiance, and Dignity

On December 12 from 6-7:30pm (ET), USCET will hold a special webinar on Asian American Stories: Diversity, Defiance, and Dignity, featuring iconic Chinese American writer Maxine Hong Kingston, Pulitzer Prize winning Vietnamese American author Viet Thanh Nguyen, and literary critic Professor King-Kok Cheung as moderator. The authors will discuss how their writing has reflected and…

11/29 – Honoring Asian American Women Giving Back: Maryland Legislator Lily Qi in Conversation with Amb. Julia Chang Bloch

What motivates Asian American women to run for elected office, braving both the glass ceiling and the bamboo ceiling, and what challenges do they face there? Maryland Delegate Lily Qi, the first Chinese immigrant to serve in the Maryland State Legislature and twice recognized as “Legislator of the Year,” will discuss these issues with Ambassador…

Event Recap: Chinese Students in America: Still Caught in the Crosshairs?

Washington, D.C. – The US-China Education Trust (USCET) hosted Chinese Students in the United States: Still Caught in the Crosshairs? on September 22, in partnership with the US Heartland China Association and the Carter Center. The webinar featured a panel of representatives from universities across the country, moderated by USCET’s president Madelyn Ross. Former Governor…

WEBINAR [9/22] – Chinese Students in America: Still Caught in the Crosshairs?

Chinese Students In America: Still Caught in the Crosshairs? via Zoom Webinar Thursday, September 22nd8pm Washington DC | 7pm Chicago | 5pm Los Angeles As pandemic travel restrictions ease and international students return to American campuses, will Chinese students and scholars still be the largest international presence on campus?  Will Chinese students and scholars still find…