January 1, 2007
To develop and test a mechanism for protecting and preserving traditional Chinese architecture and historic buildings while meeting the livelihood and development needs of the various stakeholders
January 17, 2007
Figure skating champion Michelle Kwan was appointed as the first American Public Diplomacy Envoy, a role in which she promotes the positive aspects of American culture and democratic principles. For her first trip in her new capacity, Kwan accompanied Under Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs Karen Hughes to China. During their trip, January 17-27, 2007, they visited the cities of Beijing, Guangzhou and Hong Kong.
March 1, 2007
The boat industry of Maine organized a trade delegation to China with the aim to market their renowned expertise in boat craftsmanship and expand potential export markets in China, espeically with the rising demand of high-end products
March 1, 2007
A four-member team of experts led by New Mexico State University organized a tour in china to vist univeristies and developmental organization in Beijing, Shkjiazhuang and Kunming.
March 1, 2007
A trade mission led by Vermont Governor Jim Douglas would be visiting China in hope of promoting the state's fast growing energy efficiency industries, as China represents a huge potential market for environmental technoologies.
March 22, 2007
Chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff Marine Gen. Peter Pace arrived in Beijing for a four-day visit, which also includes a seminar at the PLA Academy of Military Sciences, and visits to military areas in Shenyang in Northeast China and Nanjing in East China. Pace also had discussions with vice-chairmen of the Central Military Commission General Cao Gangchuan and General Guo Boxiong.
March 24, 2007
The 2007 China Business Forum, organized by Wharton China Business Society of the University of Pennsylvania and its sponsoring organizations, was held at the Loews Hotel at the heart of the Philadelphia metropolis. As its communication partner, representatives of the US-China Exchange Association (USCEA) also attended this informative, intriguing, and well-participated event.
Great Lakes Governors, Chinese Officials Launch More Than $10 Billion in New Economic Partnerships; More Than 15 Companies Participate, Including Motorola, IBM, HP, Dow Chemical
May 1, 2007
Wisconsin Governor Jim Doyle hosted a meeting between Great Lake State officials and Chinese representatives. This meeting is held in conjunction with the Governors' Forum on Chinese Trade and Investment in the Great Lakes Region.
May 20, 2007
Break the Barriers, Inc., the nation's premier sports-arts center uniting the able and disabled, today announced that it has been invited to be a guest of the Chinese Department of Disabled Services, the Department of Religion and the Department of Education. Break the Barriers participated and performed in China's first National Day for the Disabled to be held on May 20, 2007 in Xiamen, and then at other schools, churches and public venues throughout the province, returning to the U.S. on May 28.
June 6, 2007
Sheng Huaren, vice-chairman of China's National People's Congress (NPC) Standing Committee, met U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney in the White House on Wednesday and both sides agreed to further consolidate and deepen inter-parliamentary exchanges.