China Policy Debate: 10/24/12
• Watch the Debate Here
• Event Photos
• Official Debate Transcript
Committee of 100 Leadership
Nov. 25th - Dec. 3rd, 2012
Opinion Survey 2012
US China Public Perception
Latest News and Announcements
22nd Annual Conference: Washington, D.C. April 24‐25, 2013
The Committee of 100’s 22nd Annual Conference brought together government, corporate, and opinion leaders from across the United States and China to discuss key issues in the world’s most important bilateral relationship. The conference addressed four themes central to U.S.‐China relations: building strategic trust in the bilateral relationship; economic cooperation and competition; Chinese investment in the United States; and portrayals of China in U.S. political campaigns ... (Learn more)
C-100 Statement on Immigration Reform
The Committee of 100, a group of Chinese American leaders, supports immigration. We believe in welcoming people of all backgrounds to the United States of America.
Evaluation of the Committee of 100 Teaching Scholar Program 2012
In the wake of the United States' increasing interest in China, US-China cultural exchange programs have attracted wide attention from philanthropic organizations. Many international programs open the door to China for American youth. Unlike this commonly applied youth-focused approach, the Committee of 100 (C-100) provided learning opportunities for the educators of American youth as part of a C-100 Educational Exchange... (Read More)
How It's Done
C-100 November 2012 Journalist Delegation participants Jonathan Tepperman, Managing Editor, Foreign Affairs, and Brian Lehrer, Host, Brian Lehrer Show, discuss China-Japan dispute and implications for the United States... Listen here.
China Business News Interviews
China Business News interviews Committee of 100 Chairman Dominic Ng, Executive Director Angelica Tang and New York Member Alice Young. The interview highlights the role of Committee of 100 in strengthening US-China relations and contributions of Asian-Americans in American society... Watch interview here.
Committee of 100 Appoints Thomas O'Handley Director of Planning & Development
The Committee of 100 is pleased to announce the appointment of Thomas O'Handley as Director of Planning & Development, effective November 1, 2012. In this new position, O'Handley will lead Committee of 100's development efforts both in the U.S. and Greater China.
O'Handley will work closely with the leadership to coordinate C-100 development activities including setting annual and mid-term capital and fundraising strategies, cultivating funding sources, building and maintaining strong institutional relations with donors and other funding stakeholders... (Read More) - Thomas O'Handley Bio - English | Chinese
Committee of 100 Principles of Guidance for Political Candidates on China Related Issues
Sinica: Sino-American Perceptions (www.popupchinese.com)
|C100 Logo is a registered trademark in the U.S. and other nations and is the exclusive property of Committee of 100, Inc.|