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Each year, Committee of 100 hosts an Annual Conference & Gala centered on the core missions of our organization. Featuring experts, research, and evidence-based perspectives from around the world, the conference is a forum for attendees to learn from and participate in critical discussions. This is a comprehensive event situated in Washington, D.C., San Francisco, New York, or Los Angeles.
Committee of 100 is proud to be hosting its 2024 Annual Conference & Gala and celebrating its 35th anniversary in New York City on April 19, 2024. The content will focus on key U.S. policy issues that impact the Chinese American community and on international issues related to the U.S. and its cultural and other relationships with Greater China. In addition to general sessions, the 2024 Conference will have two concurrent tracks to cover important content on domestic issues faced by Chinese Americans in the US and foreign relations topics faced by the two countries.
- AAPI Curriculum/Education
- Asian/Chinese American Career Ceilings
- Combatting Anti-Asian Hate
Foreign Policy/Relations Track
- Foreign direct investments
- US-China cultural diplomacy
- US-China environmental cooperation
- Tech and industrial rivalry
The Gala is an evening black-tie celebration of the achievements and contributions of members of the AAPI community and features our annual awards, entertainment, and prominent speakers.
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The Conference and Gala is chaired by New York Regional Chair Peter Young. The Oversight Planning Committee Members include Yue-Sai Kan, Clarence Kwan, Peter Young, and Lili Zheng; Gala, Honorees, & Entertainment Committee Members include Yue-Sai Kan, Handel Lee, Ida Liu, and Alice Young; Domestic Track Committee Members include Buck Gee, Stewart Kwoh, Brian Sun, Frank Wu, Jeremy Wu; Foreign Relations Track Committee Members include Clarence Kwan, Catherine Pan, Henry Tang, Brian Wong, Margaret Wong, Eric Zheng, and Lili Zheng.