Committee of 100 Announces Its First All Virtual Conference

Committee of 100 Announces Its First All Virtual Conference

“Possibilities: U.S.-China Relations in the New Era” event to run May 11-12

New York, NY (March 15, 2021) — Committee of 100 today announced that it will hold its first all virtual conference “Possibilities: U.S.-China Relations in the New Era” on May 11-12. The conference will elevate important topics in the U.S.-China relationship and the Chinese American community overall. This year the conference will feature multiple panel sessions on Economy, Financial Services & Sustainability; Technology; Trade & Investment; Public Health; U.S.-China Relations; Global Supply Chains; Education; Arts & Culture and more.

 

Early Bird rates are now available through March 31, 2021. Conference tickets will provide access to all content sessions, including panels and keynotes, and networking opportunities between sessions.

 

Registration is now open at bit.ly/possibilities2021.

 

If you are interested in conference sponsorship opportunities, please contact Committee of 100 at c100@committee100.org for more details.

About Committee of 100

Committee of 100 is a non-profit U.S. leadership organization of prominent Chinese Americans in business, government, academia, healthcare, and the arts focused on public policy engagement, civic engagement, and philanthropy. For over 30 years, Committee of 100 has served as a preeminent organization committed to the dual missions of promoting the full participation of Chinese Americans in all aspects of American life and constructive relations between the United States and Greater China. Visit https://www.committee100.org or follow Committee of 100 on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook for more information.

 

 

 

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