C100 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.


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Dominic Ng presents 2012 survey findings to Chinese Culture Minister Cai Wu.

In Beijing on May 16, C100 Chairman Dominic Ng and Executive Director Angie Tang met with Chinese Minister of Culture Cai Wu.  He was particularly interested in collaboration with C100 on cultural exchanges between the U.S. and China.

 

 

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C100 Chair Dominic Ng with C.H. Tung, Chairman of the China-U.S. Exchange Foundation.

On May 18 in Hong Kong, C100 Chairman Ng introduced the Committee of 100 to Hong Kong Chief Executive-Elect Leung Chun-Ying.  The next day, Ng met with C100 supporter, C.H. Tung, Chairman of the China-U.S. Exchange Foundation. Tung has worked closely with the Committee and praised its U.S.-China Public Perceptions Opinion Survey for its breadth and impact.



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
findings to Chinese Culture Minister Cai Wu.
Diplomacy-Meetings-Cai.jpg

In Beijing on May 16, C-100 Chairman Dominic Ng and Executive Director Angie Tang met with Chinese Minister of Culture Cai Wu.  He was particularly interested in
collaboration with C-100 on cultural exchanges between the U.S. and China.

C-100 Chair Dominic Ng with C.H.
Tung, Chairman of the China-U.S. Exchange Foundation.  [NG AND TUNG.JPG]

On May 18 in Hong
Kong, C-100 Chairman Ng introduced the Committee of 100 to Hong
Kong Chief Executive-Elect Leung Chun-Ying.
The next day, Ng met with C-100 supporter, C.H. Tung, Chairman of the
China-U.S. Exchange Foundation. Tung has worked closely with the Committee and
praised its U.S.-China Public Perceptions Opinion Survey for its breadth and
impact.

Chairman Dominic Ng, Overseas
Chinese Affairs Office Deputy Director He Yafei, Charlie Woo and Andrew
Cherng.  June ebrief.jpg

Back in Los
Angeles on July 2, Deputy Director He Yafei of the
Overseas Chinese Affairs Office of the State Council
was hosted by Chairman Ng, Andrew Cherng, and Charlie Woo.  They discussed collaborating on the
Committee’s leadership delegations of teachers and journalists to China.

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