Project Pengyou intern and Leadership Fellow, Tammy Tian, weighs in on the opportunities for constructive cooperation provided by the G20 dialogues.
How will America’s next commander-in-chief change the game for US-China relations? Learn how the 2016 presidential hopefuls’ policies and views on China stack up.
To ring in the new year, we’ve put together a short list of moments we found most memorable in 2015 to reflect on important US-China developments and think about how to build on that progress in the future!
Those who enter by the Jan. 19th deadline will also have a chance to have their work shown at CAAMFest in San Francisco as well as win $30,000 in cash prizes. This opportunity is available to Pengyous nationwide; let your voice be heard!
On Saturday, December 12th, the global Climate Summit in Paris ended in a landmark 195-country accord which committed almost every nation in the UN to the common goal of lowering greenhouse gases.
Join Project Pengyou in Berkeley for a candid discussion with John Thomson and Tom Gold, two of the earliest Americans to work and study in China after US-China normalized relations in 1979.
A recent Op-ed published by former New York City Mayor, Mike Bloomberg, titled “Climate Change is Both a Challenge and an Opportunity” looks for the silver lining in China’s current environmental crisis.
Recent increases in military-to-military collaborations and exchanges between the US and China bring hope for a maturing bilateral relationship.
It has been one year since we launched the Project Pengyou Leadership Fellows Program. On June 19th and 20th, 2015 Project Pengyou Leaders from over 20 states gathered in DC to share what they learned.
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