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Skype video calls allow for more organic, interpersonal conversations. Within the current state of U.S.-China relations, educational and cultural exchange has never been more important for building mutual understanding. Ms. Huisi Zhao , a Chinese
A significant portion of the US agricultural exports to China is produced in the heartland region. With the recent trade tension and, now, COVID-19 impact, the agriculture industry in the heartland is facing a lot of uncertainties and challenges.
In this webinar, we will join a panel of agricultural industry veterans, policy makers, and investors to explore the opportunities and challenges for the future of agriculture in the heartland.
In this first webinar of The Way Forward series, brought to you by the United States Heartland China Association, we will hear from a distinguished panel of thinkers, policy makers, and researchers to explore the Heartland’s future in the aftermath of COVID-19.
During these unprecedented times, people across the world have been looking for new activities to help pass the time while we all remain socially distanced. My family is no different; when I returned home after
The first time I visited China was when I studied and interned in Shanghai during the summer of 2019. I vividly remember observing young boys buying Mao’s Red Army hats from street vendors using WeChat Pay. When commuting to and from work, I was struck by the efficiency and cleanliness of the subway and bus systems.