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EVENT: C100 Members Welcome New U.S. Ambassador to China Terry Branstad in Beijing | August 9, 2017

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On August 9, 2017, the Committee of 100 hosted a private reception and welcome dinner in Beijing for the U.S. Ambassador to China, the Honorable Terry Branstad, who arrived in China on June 27, 2017. C100 members Kelly Cha, Mei-Wei Cheng, Wei

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ANNOUNCEMENT: C100 Members to Participate in 2017 Boao Forum

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The Committee of 100 is excited to announce that this year’s Boao Forum for Asia Annual Conference (held March 23-26, 2017) will feature seven Committee of 100 (C100) members, including Dr. Dazong Wang, Mr. Howard Li, Ms. Wei Sun Christianson, Mr. David Chu, Ms. Cher

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EVENT: C100 Members Gather for Holiday Dinner in Beijing, China | December 6, 2016

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​On Tuesday, December 6, 2016, the Committee of 100 Greater China members gathered at the China Club near the historic Ritan Park in Beijing to celebrate Christmas and the New Year and welcome San Francisco based member Doreen Woo Ho.

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C-100 Scholarships Presented to Sichuan Medical Students

This October, the Committee of 100 awarded scholarships to 54 students at the Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. The program assists students whose families suffered in the 2008 Sichuan earthquake, allowing them to continue their education. Carter Tseng (right)

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Major General John L. Fugh Annual Symposium on Law and Military Operations

August 2010 | By Jane Leung Larson The Judge Advocate General of the US Army has established an annual symposium to honor the life and career of the late Major General John L. Fugh (past Chairman of the Committee of

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Long-term Recovery is Aim of Committee of 100 Qinghai Earthquake Relief Fund

April-June 2010 | By Jane Leung Larson Strong aftershocks have continued to shake an isolated area of Qinghai province, mostly populated by Tibetans, which was hit by a 7.1 earthquake on April 14, leaving nearly 3,000 dead and at least

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Two Years after Sichuan Earthquake, Survivors’ Lives Returning to Normal

April-June 2010 | By Birger Stamperdahl, Director of Marketing and Partnerships, Give2Asia Recovery was unimaginable after the devastating 7.9 magnitude earthquake that hit Sichuan province in 2008, leaving a death toll of 88,000 and a ravaged infrastructure. Two years later,

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