US-China Education Trust Moves to George Washington University

For Immediate ReleaseApril 5th, 2021 [Washington, D.C.] The new affiliation—a hosting agreement—between George Washington University (GW) and The US-China Education Trust (USCET), the 20+ year-old non-profit dedicated to educational exchange between the two countries, comes at a moment when relations between the two nations are troubled.  The affiliation will hopefully strengthen education and cultural exchange between…

USCET Participates in Lanting Forum

On February 22nd, Ambassador Julia Chang Bloch, President of USCET, participated in the Lanting Forum on “Shared Renewal: Recoupling East and West” co-sponsored by the China Public Diplomacy Association, Peking University, and Renmin University. Over fifty former politicians, experts and scholars from both China and the United States participated in the hybrid (online and offline)…

USCET Congratulates Kurt Campbell on his new role in the Biden-Harris Administration

Washington, D.C. – On January 25, 2021, Kurt Campbell, former Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs and former USCET Advisory Council member, assumed the position of Deputy Assistant to the President and White House Coordinator for Indo-Pacific Affairs on the National Security Council.  The US-China Education Trust congratulates Kurt Campbell on…

First Vote – Documentary and Discussion, Online Event Hosted by the Chinese American Museum DC

Join the Chinese American Museum DC for a discussion about the documentary, First Vote, a character-driven verité documentary about a diverse cross section of politically engaged Chinese American voters. The film weaves individual stories of first-time voting and electoral organizing from the presidential election of 2016 to the 2018 midterms and explores the intersection of immigration, voting rights and racial…

“Pivoting Pathways: Reinventing and Retooling for Successful Careers” Panel Features Ambassador Bloch and Fellow Chinese American Female Leaders

USCET Founding President Ambassador Julia Chang Bloch participated as a panelist in the Chinese American Museum’s first webinar event of their Pauline L. Tsui “Women in Leadership” series on Tuesday, September 22, 2020. The series is named in honor of the late Pauline Woo Tsui, founder of the Organization of Chinese American Women (OCAW), of…

Former USCET Intern: Trump’s WeChat ‘ban’ is unconstitutional. A new lawsuit shows why

The Trump administration’s executive order banning WeChat, the popular Chinese social networking platform, caused massive outrage among the Chinese diaspora and business community in the United States. In recent days, the executive order has come under fire for violating the right to receive foreign speech and faced legal challenges. Former USCET intern and practicing Washington…