Some lessons can’t be taught in a classroom, and with the end of the pandemic in sight, we are reminiscing on five unique first-hand experiences in China. Discover why seeing is believing as American students take us on a journey of learning and understanding that allows us to look forward to the day we can observe the world from a different point of view.
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Being a college student during the pandemic is challenging to say the least. For Chinese students who are studying in the U.S., either physically here or remotely from China, the deterioration of the U.S.- China relationship further added to their stress.
Yunnan a case study in China’s rural transformation and sustainable development model Twelve years ago more than 40% of Yunnan’s rural population had no direct access to a paved road. Since then, massive infrastructure development and
How can American companies continue to thrive in the Chinese market? How can the U.S. and China find ways to prosper together beyond 2020? USHCA is honored to host Craig Allen, President of the US – China Business Council, and Albert Xie, Vice President Public Policy and Government Relations GM China, in this dialogue focused on these important questions. Member-only discussions will follow after the public program.
2020 has been an especially challenging year for healthcare professionals as well as educators who have worked hand-in-hand across US and China in the past. In this discussion, we bring together practitioners, administrators, and others involved in the field of nursing to discuss experiences relevant to Chinese and American nurses, including the challenges of the COVID pandemic, as well as the future of U.S. – China nursing collaboration.
USHCA was recently mentioned in the South China Morning Post in an article related to climate change. Climate change: US and China must work together to cut carbon emissions, experts say The article’s author quoted a
As the world’s dominant powers, the U.S. and China have a tremendous influence and impact on a global response for climate change. In this discussion we will hear from Barbara Finamore, Senior Strategic Director for Asia at the Natural Resources Defense Council, Fritz Mayer, Dean of the Josef Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver, Beth Keck 柯 培 新, Volkswagen Sustainability Chair, Schwarzman Scholar at Tsinghua University, and Professor Sam Zhao, Director of the Center for China-US Cooperation, on how US and China can collaborate on Climate Change for the benefit of our world.