On Tuesday, January 30th, USHCA leadership was featured in a panel on the potential for collaboration between the U.S. and China in the realm of healthcare innovation. This dialogue was part of the Cabot Corporation–Xinsheng Zhang Lectureship series, organized by Washington University and facilitated by the McDonnell International Scholars Academy.
On December 4th, 2023, USHCA had the honor of hosting a delegation from Hubei in Chicago, Illinois. The delegation, led by Director General Xiang Keqiang of the province’s Agricultural Development Center, visited the Heartland to meet with USHCA and explore opportunities for agricultural trade cooperation between the U.S. and Hubei Province.
On Tuesday, May 23rd, 2023, USHCA joined with the St. Louis-Nanjing Sister Cities Committee and the World Trade Center St. Louis to welcome a delegation from Jiangsu Province, which comprised of prominent government officials and business leaders. Their visit aimed to further foster the cultural and economic exchange opportunities that have flourished over the 44 years since the establishment of the sister city relationship between Jiangsu’s capital of Nanjing and St. Louis.
On Wednesday, March 1st, 2023, USHCA had the honor of hosting a delegation from Hubei in St. Louis, Missouri. The delegation, led by Director General Zhang Xiaomei of the Hubei Province’s Foreign Affairs Office, toured two Heartland cities during their visit to the U.S., to explore opportunities for collaboration around ecological protection, biodiversity, flood control, transportation, tourism, and cultural exchange.
During their visit, USHCA signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the delegation, the first of its kind for Yangtze River-Mississippi River collaboration.
St. Louis, a city that is best known for the Gateway Arch National Park and the St. Louis Cardinals Major League Baseball team, also holds a very special place in U.S.-China relations. St. Louis and its Chinese sister city – …