C100 Washington Delegation Holds Constructive Talks with U.S. State Department

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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 the Committee’s Washington Leadership Dialogue was a meeting with Assistant Secretary for East Asian and the Pacific Affairs Kurt Campbell and Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Kin Moy.  Assistant Secretary Campbell expressed appreciation for the Committee’s work and underscored the importance of ongoing efforts to build trust between both countries. He praised the Committee’s high caliber events and exchanges and welcomed future collaboration.

C100 Chairman Dominic Ng gave an overview of the Committee’s current goals. Frank Wu summarized the 2012 Opinion Survey’s key findings, capturing the Assistant Secretary’s interest and prompting his ideas on ways to strengthen U.S.-China relations. Stewart Kwoh described the C-100 Leadership Delegations to China, and Lulu Wang shared insights on the impact of the American and Chinese leadership transitions on U.S.-China relations.

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MEMBERS INVOLVED

Dominic Ng

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of East West Bank

Benjamin Wu

President & CEO of Montgomery County Economic Development Corporation

Debra Wong Yang

Accomplished Lawyer and Partner of a global law firm

Michael C. Lin

Accomplished biomedical scientist

Ming Chen Hsu

International business specialist and consultant

Lulu C. Wang

Money management specialist

Stewart Kwoh

Nationally recognized civil rights leader

Frank H. Wu

Distinguished Academic

Robert W. Gee

Political consultant and advisor / Washington D.C. Regional Chair

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