Beyond ZOOM: USHCA’s first delegation opens new doors for U.S.-China collaboration in agricultural education
Contact: Min Fan, USHCA Executive Director email@example.com Beyond ZOOM: USHCA’s First Delegation Opens New Doors for U.S.-China Collaboration in Agricultural Education April 25, 2022 – Jefferson City, MO Two years after the pandemic shut down our in-person programs, conditions have finally
Contact: Min Fan, USHCA Executive Director firstname.lastname@example.org April 21, 2022 – Des Moines, Iowa 2022 U.S.-China High-Level Agricultural Dialogue brings Old Friends and New Friends Together in Iowa Building on two successful virtual U.S.-China Agriculture Roundtables in 2021 and 2022, the
Contact: Min Fan, USHCA Executive Director email@example.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: PLANTING PEACE: U.S. Heartland China Association Promotes World’s Largest Agricultural Trade Relationship in 2nd Annual U.S.-China Ag. Roundtable April 10, 2022 – Jefferson City, MO Former Missouri Governor Bob Holden: “We
China’s Foreign Policy The U.S. and China share very different historical backgrounds in terms of challenges, growth, and philosophy, including very different geographical perspectives that have played a large part in each country’s trajectory. How do these historical perspectives impact
The New Reality of Doing Business In and With China As the world’s largest economic superpowers, the U.S. and China often have very different perspectives when it comes to doing business both at home and abroad. However, the two countries
Press Release: U.S. – China Diplomacy Takes Center Stage at USHCA Agricultural Dialogue in Des Moines
https://youtu.be/KZMYQjubQGA Contact: Min Fan, USHCA Executive Director firstname.lastname@example.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: U.S. – China Diplomacy Takes Center Stage at USHCA Agricultural Dialogue in Des Moines U.S. Ambassador to China R. Nicholas Burns, participating virtually from Beijing, joined Chinese Ambassador
Powerful, Different, Equal: Overcoming the Misconceptions and Differences Between China and the US China and the US are two countries that are distinctly rooted in very different systems of governance, economic, and social issues, that play a uniquely large role
U.S. Heartland China Association Announces Strategic Partnership with LingoAce, Leading Mandarin Chinese Learning Platform
JEFFERSON CITY, MO (March 3, 2022) – The United States Heartland China Association has announced its partnership with LingoAce, a Singapore-headquartered global education technology company and leading Mandarin Chinese language learning platform that offers an immersive language learning experience tailored
Ten years have passed since Mr. Xi Jinping, then Vice President of China, made a historic visit to the heartland of America.
Mr. Xi was returning to Muscatine, IA, where nearly a quarter-century before, he had spent six months as a young county-level cadre member of the Hebei Shijiazhuang Prefecture Corn Processing delegation. Chinese officials said Mr. Xi was grateful for the hospitality of his hosts and enjoyed his time living in rural America. He wanted to visit with old friends and relive those memories.
The world has been tilting for some time now beginning with the Great Recession more than a decade ago. The most significant economic downturn since the Great Depression began in the U.S. in 2007 and brought on the ensuing global recession in 2009.
The 2010s proved emblematic of protests around the globe. Beginning with the Arab Spring and the Occupy protests – from Iran to Ukraine, South Korea, Zimbabwe and Greece – and ending with a swell of anti-government demonstrations in India, Iraq, Lebanon, Hong Kong, Latin America, parts of Europe and beyond.
The struggle of securing employment during a pandemic is hard – especially for foreign-
born job applicants. Moreover, finding a helpful guide to navigate that process is even
harder! This special event will feature USHCA’s next spotlighted author whose book is being touted as a “tremendous asset” for foreign-born applicants seeking employment.