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PRESS RELEASE: Committee of 100 Urges Focus on Mutual Interests in Xi-Trump Meeting

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (中文以下) Contact: Holly Chang, Executive Director media@committee100.org or 212-371-6565     Committee of 100 Urges Focus on Mutual Interests in Trump-Xi Meeting C100 Survey Reveals Hopes and Concerns of American and Chinese People for U.S.-China Relations, Overwhelming

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EVENT: Trade Secrets and Economic Espionage Workshop in Houston | November 5, 2016

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On Saturday, November 5, 2016, the Committee of 100 co-hosted a “Trade Secrets and Economic Espionage Workshop: Seminar on the Legal Risks in Advancing Technology Between the United States and China” in Houston, Texas with the Chinese American Citizens Alliance and

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EVENT: C-100 Capitol Hill Briefing – Testing the New Model for Major Power Relations | July 22, 2015

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On July 22, the Committee of 100 held a Speakers Forum at the U.S. Capitol Building on “Testing the New Model for Major Power Relations: The U.S.–China Relationship on the Eve of President Xi Jinping’s State Visit.” The event was co-hosted with the

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EVENT: C-100 Hosts Inaugural Capitol Hill Briefing | April 28, 2015

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On April 28, the C-100 Policy Engagement Committee, in partnership with the Senate U.S.-China Working Group, hosted a briefing on the impact of Chinese tourism on the U.S. economy and U.S.-China relations at the Dirksen Senate Office Building. The briefing

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C-100 Launches New Program Committee and Policy Engagement Committee

This fall, Chairman Clarence Kwan led the launch of two new committees at the Committee of 100: the Program Committee and the Policy Engagement Committee.

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The Committee of 100 Mourns the Passing of Mezzo-soprano Zheng Cao

The Committee of 100 mourns the passing of mezzo-soprano Zheng Cao, 46. Cao passed away on February 21 in her San Francisco home after a long battle against cancer.   A Shanghai native, Cao developed her voice in San Francisco,

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The Committee Grieves the Passing of Dr. Charles H. Sie

The Committee grieves the passing of Dr. Charles H. Sie, a longtime member and former Vice Chairman of the Southern California region. Dr. Sie passed away on February 27, 2013 in Los Angeles, California. Dr. Sie studied electrical engineering at

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The Committee of 100 Mourns the Death of Senator Daniel Inouye

The Committee of 100 mourns the death of Senator Daniel Inouye and extends our warmest sympathy to his family. Senator Inouye was a trailblazer in leading the progress of Asian Americans in the United States. For more than half a

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THE COMMITTEE OF 100 MOURNS THE PASSING OF Member Matt Fong

An exemplary Chinese American who dedicated his life to making a difference through public service and a member of the Committee of 100 since 1997, former California State Treasurer Matt Fong died on June 1 at his home in Pasadena.

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Committee of 100 Pays Its Final Respects to General John L. Fugh

August 2010 | By Yong Lu and Jane Leung Larson Former Committee of 100 Chairman Major General John L. Fugh was buried with full military honors on August 24. Gen. Fugh died on May 11 at age 75. He was

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THE COMMITTEE OF 100 MOURNS THE PASSING OF Committee of 100 Chairman John L. Fugh, 1934-2010

April—June 2010 | By Jane Leung Larson C-100 Chairman John L. Fugh at the Committee of 100 Second Greater China Conference in Beijing, November 2007. John Liu Fugh, the Committee’s fourth Chairman (2006-2009), died of a heart attack on May

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