A delegation of ten C100 members led by Committee Chairman Dominic Ng convened the Washington Leadership Dialogue June 27-28 to discuss the 2012 U.S.-China Public Perceptions Survey findings and announce the release of C100’s Statement of Principles of Guidance for Political Candidates on China-related issues, which encourages candidates to refrain from China-bashing and perpetuating negative Asian American stereotypes in campaign rhetoric. They met with senior officials at the White House, State Department, and National Security Council, as well as Members of Congress and other key policy-makers in Washington, D.C. See the following articles for details on these meetings.
Member-delegates were Chairman Ng, Bob Gee, Ming Chen Hsu, Stewart Kwoh, Michael C. Lin, Ming Tsai, Lulu C. Wang, Ben Wu, Frank Wu, and Debra Wong Yang. C100 professional staff—Angie Tang, An Ping, Mercy Kuo, Michael Jee, and Joseph Lin—coordinated program content and logistical support.
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