USCET Advisory Council Members Cooperate to Help Jefferson Healthcare Fight COVID-19

Port Townsend, Washington – home to US-China Education Trust Advisory Council Member Dr. Robert (Bob) Kapp, like much of America, was not well-prepared to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic. Thanks to his friend of many years, another USCET Advisory Council member Changan Tien  and the latter’s generosity, Port Townsend’s only hospital – Jefferson Healthcare (JHC) became better…

Watch Free Films! DC Asian Pacific American Film Festival

Celebrate the 20th anniversary of the DC Asian Pacific American Film Festival with USCET Administrator and the Festival Director, David Yao. Begin watching now until May 31st: https://www.apafilm.org/. Letter from the Festival Director Welcome to the 20th Anniversary of the DC Asian Pacific American Film Festival. Through film, we connect with the creative imagination, thoughts, and…

Celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

Commemorate Asian Pacific Heritage Month with us this May, as we recognize the achievements and contributions of Asian Americans to American society and mark their service as bridges of understanding between the US and China. In this Asian Pacific Heritage Month, USCET salutes the Asian Americans who have enriched our programs over the years, in particular…

Berger Memorial Fellowship Launched at Peking University

The late Honorable “Sandy” Berger, former National Security Advisor to President Bill Clinton, demonstrated a strong commitment to balancing competition with collaboration between the United States and China, even when the obstacles seemed insurmountable. USCET believes that people-to-people ties have long lasting impact that can help build a more constructive bilateral relationship. USCET, therefore, has…

SISU Students Visit USCET

The US-China Education Trust (USCET) welcomed a delegation of students and professors from Shanghai International Studies University (SISU), a long-time partner and a member of both the American Studies Network (ASN) and Media Education Consortium (MEC), for afternoon tea. Professor Jiang Zhibin began the discussion by asking Ambassador Julia Chang Bloch to share her story…