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.

China Talk - The Cultural Differences Between China and the U.S.


Chinese and American cultures are fundamentally different, and these cultural differences have undoubtedly contributed to the fraught bilateral relationship.

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China Talk

Fifty Years After President Nixon’s Trip: The Meaning and Durability of the One China Policy as a Cornerstone for Sino-American Relations


This year marks the 50th anniversary of President Richard Nixon's visit to China; join us as Former Congressman Charles Boustany and Professor Xie Tao will discuss the meaning and durability of the One China Policy as a cornerstone for Sino-American relations.

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Hong Kong Forum on U.S.-China Relations 2022 Optimism Remains for a Brighter Bilateral Relationship


Despite the ongoing challenges in China and U.S. relations, some optimism remains around recent progress made between the two countries in key areas. During the three-day virtual forum “Beyond Differences, Towards Cooperation” hosted by the China-U.S. Exchange Foundation (CUSEF) and the China Center for International Economic Exchanges (CCIEE), world leaders and political influencers discussed areas of cooperation within China-U.S. relations and noted where and how progress can be made especially in regards to economic recovery, trade, climate change, and fostering cultural exchanges.

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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. For the sake of the two countries and the common interests of the world, China and the U.S. must join hands to put aside their differences and prevent the China-U.S. relations from spiraling out of control.

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Hong Kong Forum on US-China Relations

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.

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Webinar with Senator Norm Coleman and Prof. Chen

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? the Sino-American Youth Dialogue on Climate Change (SAYD) will be held in October 8, a month prior to COP26. With the support from renowned climate experts, the aim of the event is to offer a platform for young people from China and the U.S. to put forward ideas and suggestions for the COP26 to address climate change and sustainable development.

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