Leading International and Domestic Media Cover 2012 Opinion Survey
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Leading International and Domestic Media Cover 2012 Opinion Survey

14th May 2012

After the Committee of 100 released the “U.S.-China Public Perceptions Opinion Survey 2012” on April 19 at the 21st Annual Conference in Pasadena, leading international and domestic media outlets picked up the breaking news. To date, 63 media stories have been generated in the English and Chinese language media, including Associated Foreign Press (AFP), Channel News Asia, China Daily, Korea Herald, Los Angeles Business Journal, MarketWatch, People’s Daily, Radio Netherlands, ReutersShijie Ribao and Voice of America.

Anla Cheng and Frank Wu presented C-100’s U.S.-China Public Perceptions Opinion Survey 2012 on an April 25 segment of the Brian Lehrer Show on WNYC (see the story in this issue). Chairman Dominic Ng gave an interview on the survey findings with The New York Times on May 2.

Survey Project Co-Chairs Frank Wu, Charlie Woo, and Jeremy Wu will participate in a BlogTalk live webcast on May 23. Check the C-100 homepage for the webcast link and remember to follow us on Twitter at @Committee100.

The Committee has prepared online lists and links to all English and Chinese press coverage of the conference and survey.

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