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If you missed this event, here's a link to the recording from the
conversation last June 23, 2020 from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android:

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The Center for China-US Cooperation (CCUSC) Director and Professor Sam Zhao is presenting a webinar lecture entitled, “The US-China Rivalry and Implications for the Post-Pandemic World” to The BNU-HKBU United International College at 10:30 am on June 24, 2020 (Hong Kong Time), which is 8:30 pm, June 23, 2020, Mountain time. Below is the flyer for additional information.

 
 
 
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If you missed this event, here's a link to the recording from the
conversation last Friday, May 29 from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android:

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Jackson/Ho China Forum Series & The Office of Global Engagement Presents: 

U.S. - China: How to Get on the Right Track

U.S. - China: How to Get on the Right Track

Ambassador Christopher Hill and Suisheng (Sam) Zhao hosted a discussion on U.S. - China: How to Get on the Right Track.

 

The Crossley Center for Public Opinion Research & Jackson/Ho China Forum Series Present:

China, the U.S., and Global Leadership in the Pandemic 

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Professors Floyd Ciruli and Suisheng (Sam) Zhao hosted a discussion on the impact COVID-19 is having on China and U.S. relations, how it appeared to be effecting each country’s domestic policies, and the lack of global leadership on the pandemic.

If you missed this event, here's a link to the recording from the conversation last Thursday, May 14 from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android:

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POSTPONED EVENT

The CCUSC Sabel and
Lee-Stahlgren Award Dinner

We are very sorry to inform you, that due to the growing severity of the coronavirus around the country and our own state, we have decided to postpone the CCUSC Award dinner until a date later in 2020. This new date will be determined after this Covid-19 pandemic passes.

We are truly disappointed to have to take these measures. However, we want to make sure this event is enjoyable to all our attendees, and we know we can’t do this in the current environment.

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POSTPONED EVENT

62nd Annual Conference of the American Association for Chinese Studies

Postponed