• CHINA Town Hall

Issues in US-China Relations: live video feed and discussion

The live broadcast at Suffolk University is cancelled due to inclement weather, but the live webcast is still accessible at http://www.ncuscr.org/cth and on Twitter by following @NCUSCR and tweeting questions using the hashtag #CTH201


6th Annual China Town Hall: Local Connections, National Reflections. 中美關係 – 最近報告.

CHINA Town Hall is a national day of programming on China involving 50 cities throughout the United States.

The program will open with a webcast from Beijing featuring Gary Locke, U.S. ambassador to China, discussing U.S.-China relations. National Committee president Steve Orlins will moderate this 45-minute portion of the program, comprised of a 15-minute talk followed by half an hour during which Ambassador Locke will respond to questions emailed in from audience members throughout the country.

Prior to the 8pm webcast, China specialist Kevin G. Nealer will introduce the program and be available to answer questions from the audience. A Principal in The Scowcroft Group, Nealer has lead responsibility for the firm’s support for the investment community, providing analysis to leading currency and equity/debt traders. A former Fulbright professor in the People's Republic of China, he is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and was an author of the Council’s report Beginning the Journey: China, The United States and the WTO, as well as a host of other articles on political economy. Following his confirmation by the United States Senate, Mr. Nealer was sworn in as a member of the Board of Directors of the Overseas Private Investment Corporation, the development finance agency of the US government, where he serves on the Audit and Governance Committees.

Can't attend? You can watch the live webcast here and join the conversation on Twitter by following @NCUSCR and using the hashtag #CTH2012.

Sponsored by the Rosenberg Institute at Suffolk University and WorldBoston (A World Affairs Council), in cooperation with the National Committee on United States China Relations (New York). Light refreshments will be served. Free and Open to the Public. Presentation will be in English. For more information, please contact rsuleski@suffolk.edu.

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