We maintain several activities to nurture and deepen our ties with different stakeholders. To cultivate supporters in Mainland China, Hong Kong and the U.S., CUSEF hosts a series of events that address current China-U.S. relations and speak to hot issues in the bilateral relationship. Moreover, CUSEF leaders and scholars also attend events organized by our partners and other stakeholders.

Hong Kong Forum on U.S.-China Relations 2022


China-U.S. relation is the world's most interconnected bilateral relationship with the largest areas of cooperation and mutual interests. Both countries are responsible for almost all global issues concerning world peace and development. Sino-U.S. relations are now still at a deadlock, facing unprecedented challenges.


Assessing the Biden-Xi Virtual Summit: A Conversation with Senator Norm Coleman and Professor Chen Qi


As the virtual summit between President Biden and President Xi Jinping edges closer, join us as Senator Cory Gardner and Professor Chen Qi share their thoughts on what to expect from the two leaders upcoming encounter.


Pre-COP26 Summit: Sino-American Youth Dialogue on Climate Change


Extreme weather, ferocious wildfire and rising sea levels are dire threats to the world as climate change intensifies. The UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change warns the earth will hit its tipping point earlier than expected if we fail to keep temperature rise under 1.5 degrees Celsius. What should governments do to confront climate emergency?


Aug 3 (HKT) Climate change webinar with China's climate envoy Xie Zhenhua


Mr. Xie Zhenhua, China's climate envoy, will share his insights at a webinar on Aug 3 and present China's roadmap and policies on tackling climate change. Three renowned experts will join Mr. Xie in a panel discussion to explore the development of a fair, practical and mutually beneficial global climate management system.


Join us to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of China-U.S. Ping Pong Diplomacy


50 years ago on April 10, the U.S. table tennis delegation paid a historic visit to Beijing, a first step to restarting the diplomatic relations that had been cut-off for two decades hitherto. Chinese table tennis players reciprocated by visiting the America the year after. The exchanges between the Chinese and American table tennis players formed the basis of what would later be known as ping-pong diplomacy.


China-United States Exchange Foundation: An Advocate for Understanding


We are an independent, non-profit and non-governmental foundation committed to the belief that a positive and peaceful relationship between the U.S. and China is essential for global wellbeing. We build platforms to encourage constructive dialogue and exchanges between the people of the U.S. and China that create meaningful connections and mutual understanding.


Hong Kong Forum on U.S.-China Relations 2021


At a pivotal point in China-US relations, in the midst of COVID-19, and days following the inauguration of President Joe Biden, the United States and China are facing profound changes in their relationship and must work to bring stability back to the world community of which these nations are two of its most important members, agreed panelists in a session during the


The Inaugural U.S. Heartland Mayor Delegation Trip to China


Our U.S. Heartland mayor delegation brought leaders from Carmel (Indiana), Sioux Falls (South Dakota), and Youngstown and Maumee (Ohio) to China in mid-November for the first time. These mayors represent small-medium sized cities in the U.S. Heartland region that are often overlooked. Despite small in population, these cities play influential roles in their regions.


Our Inaugural Hong Kong Forum


10 days after the G20 meetings in Osaka, we cohosted the “U.S.-China Trade and Economic Relations: What Now, What Next” international forum in Hong Kong with the China Center for International Economic Exchanges (CCIEE) to discuss the outcomes and assess the relationship with key stakeholders.


The Pacific Community Initiative Bilateral Working Group Meeting


On April 15-16, 2019, the American and Chinese participants of our Pacific Community Initiative gathered to discuss the conclusions and recommendations resulting from the group’s recently completed monograph, The US and China in Asia: Mitigating Tensions and Enhancing Cooperation.


CUSEF Supporters Engage with Hong Kong Chief Executive C Y Leung


On December 2nd, 2015, Honorable C Y Leung, Chief Executive of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, hosted a dinner for Mr. C H Tung and CUSEF supporters. During the dinner, Mr. Leung exchanged views with guests on the current situation in and around Hong Kong. He also commended and reaffirmed the importance of CUSEF’s role in enhancing U.S.-China relations.


CUSEF Partners Welcome IMF Deputy Director


On September 5, 2014, Dr. Zhu Min, IMF's Deputy Managing Director, met with a group of CUSEF supporters for a breakfast meeting, sharing his view of the world economy at that time, as well as future outlooks on economic trends.