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EVENT: China, Trump, and the Future of the Global Order | February 23, 2017

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On Feb. 23, 2017, the Committee of 100 (C100) and the Center for East Asian Studies hosted a talk called “China, Trump, and the Future of the Global Order” with Martin Jacques, author of When China Rules the World.

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C-100 Chairman Dominic Ng met with Deputy Director Tan Tianxing

In March, Dominic Ng, C-100 Chairman and Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of East West Bank, met with Tan Tianxing, Deputy Director of the Overseas Chinese Affairs Office of the State Council, People’s Republic of China to discuss issues of common concern.

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Bay Area Teachers Affirm Impact of Committee of 100 – Wanxiang Teaching Scholars Program

On December 16, Committee of 100 hosted a reunion for Bay Area-based teachers who participated in the 2012 China study tour program. Nine teacher-participants reflected on their China experience and its impact on their teaching methodology, as well as their

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Committee of 100 Leads 2012 Journalist Delegation to China

From November 25 through December 3, the Committee of 100 led five journalists from U.S. media to China as part of its Educational Exchange Program. Journalist delegation participants were: Clive Crook, senior editor of The Atlantic and columnist at Bloomberg

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C-100 Members Meet with President Ma Ying-jeou and Participate in Global Views Business Forum in Taipei

C-100 Chairman Dominic Ng presents report of the 2012 C-100 U.S.-China opinion survey to President Ma Ying-jeou. Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou hosted a group of Committee of 100 members in his office on November 7, attended by Committee Chairman Dominic

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C-100 Convenes Discussion with 2011 and 2012 Journalist Delegates

On November 19, the Committee of 100 hosted a dinner meeting with current and past participants in C-100’s Leadership Delegation Program, including journalists from the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Financial Times, The Atlantic, New York Public Radio, and

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Committee of 100 Convenes China Policy Debate between Obama and Romney Campaigns

On October 24, the Committee of 100 in partnership with the China Studies Program at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) convened China Policy Debate: Democratic & Republican Presidential Race 2012. This was the only China policy-focused

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Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa Thanks Southern California Members

Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa met with Southern California members on August 7 to discuss the development of ties between Los Angeles and China since the February visit of Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping.  C-100 Southern California Vice Chair Stewart

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C-100 and Wanxiang Corporation Pioneer Clean-Tech Teaching Scholars Program in China

The C-100 – Wanxiang Teaching Scholars Program – under the U.S. State Department’s 100,000 Strong Initiative – marked the first collaboration between the Committee and Wanxiang America Corporation. Built on the foundation of the Committee’s Summer Teachers Institute, this year’s

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C-100 Sponsors U.S.-China Bi-national Commission on Trust-Building

The U.S.-China Bi-national Commission on Building Trust and Enhancing Relations held its first series of discussions in Washington, D.C. on June 20-22. The Commission is headed by Ernest Wilson III, Dean of the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism at

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C-100 Meetings with Chinese Officials in Greater China

Committee of 100 leaders had private meetings with several prominent Chinese leaders in the past few months to discuss the findings and recommendations of the recent U.S.-China Perceptions Survey and other topics of mutual interest. Dominic Ng presents 2012 survey

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C-100 Members Featured Speakers at Symposiums in Wuhan and Beijing

C-100 members Carter Tseng, Charlie Sie, and Jeremy Wu represented the Committee at the Tien Chang-Lin Symposium in Wuhan on June 28.  The Tien Chang-Lin Symposium commemorates the late Chang-lin Tien, a founding member of the Committee of 100 and

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C-100 Notes: “The Rise of Asian Americans,” Pew Research Center’s Latest Survey of our Community

“The Rise of Asian Americans” reports that Asian Americans are now the fastest growing racial group in the U.S., as well as the best-educated and most prosperous. Just released by the Pew Research Center, the report is based on an

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Committee of 100 Celebrates Historic Congressional Acknowledgement of Unjust Chinese Exclusion Laws

On June 18, the U.S. House of Representatives voted unanimously to acknowledge that the Chinese Exclusion laws (1882-1943) were unjust and discriminatory. House Resolution 683 expressed “the regret of the House of Representatives for the passage of laws that adversely

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Senators Daniel Inouye and Dianne Feinstein Exchange Candid Views with C-100 Delegation

C-100 Members Delegation at Senate Luncheon hosted by Senator Daniel K. Inouye, with his wife Irene Hirano Inouye and Senator Dianne Feinstein. Senator Daniel Inouye hosted a luncheon for the C-100 Washington delegation at the U.S. Capitol. In his brief

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C-100 Washington Leadership Dialogue Engages Key Congressional Leaders

C-100 Chairman Dominic Ng and Senator Scott Brown. The C-100 Washington Leadership Dialogue convened with key leaders from the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives: Senator Scott Brown (R-MA), Senator Jim Webb (D-VA), U.S.-China Working Group Co-Chairs Rep. Rick Larsen

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C-100 Washington Dialogue Spotlights Opinion Survey 2012 in DC

C-100 presented key findings of its Opinion Survey 2012 to over 120 policy, business, academic, diplomatic, NGO, and non-profit leaders in Washington, D.C. Chairman Dominic Ng introduced C-100's Principles of Guidance for Political Candidates on China-Related Issues. This statement encourages

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C-100 Washington Leadership Dialogue Addresses Asian American and U.S.-China Issues at the White House

At the White House: Members and staff with Cabinet Secretary Chris Lu, Gautam Raghavan, Dan Russel and Evan Medeiros. C-100 members convened concurrent meetings with senior officials from the White House and the National Security Council, including Chris Lu, Assistant

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C-100 Washington Delegation Holds Constructive Talks with U.S. State Department

At the U.S. State Department, from left: Ben Wu, Debra Wong Yang, Michael Lin, Ming Chen Hsu, Lulu C. Wang, Stewart Kwoh, Dominic Ng, Assistant Secretary of State Kurt Campbell, Frank Wu, Angie Tang, and Bob Gee. A highlight of

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Committee of 100 Delegations Holds Productive Washington Leadership Dialogue in June

A delegation of ten C-100 members led by Committee Chairman Dominic Ng convened the Washington Leadership Dialogue June 27-28 to discuss the 2012 U.S.-China Public Perceptions Survey findings and announce the release of C-100's Statement of Principles of Guidance for

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C-100 Civic Leaders Delegation Praise Breadth and Quality of China Experience

A diverse delegation of influential civic leaders visited Beijing, Xi’an, and Shanghai May 12-21 under the auspices of the Committee of 100.  This delegation was designed to expose highly respected professionals whose specialties lie outside the China field to Chinese

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For Your Attention: Recommended by the Committee of 100

“2012 Statistical Portrait of Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Other Pacific Islanders” compiled by the UCLA Asian American Studies Center In time for Asian Pacific American Heritage Month in May, UCLA's Asian American Studies Center has developed a handy website

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Committee Celebrates Lunar New Year on Capitol Hill

On February 14, C-100 hosted a “Year of the Dragon” Lunar New Year Reception in Washington D.C. in the Gold Room of the Rayburn House Office Building. The guests were Asian Pacific American leaders, Members of Congress and Congressional staffers,

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C-100 Chair Dominic Ng and Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa Co-Host Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping Welcome Luncheon

The City of Los Angeles (Office of the Mayor) and East West Bank jointly sponsored a welcome luncheon for Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping on February 17 in Los Angeles. Committee of 100 Chairman Dominic Ng, Chairman and CEO of

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C-100 Hosts Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping in Washington D.C.

The Committee of 100 was well represented at the February 15 luncheon for Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping in Washington, D.C., which was attended by over 600 guests representing academia, government, industry, international organizations, media, and think tanks. C-100 Chairman

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