Exchange Database


January 1, 2012
Acupuncture Education International, Inc. is dedicated to promoting the education, clinical application, and research in acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine in North America by organizing "Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine Elective" to the World Health Organization designated training center in Beijing, China. This elective is designed to fit into American medical school’s curriculum, yet it is also open to dental students, nursing students, physical therapy students and all other healthcare professionals.
April 13, 2013
Part of China's campaign to promote Chinese language and culture abroad, 4 new Confucius Institutes opened in Washington, D.C., New York, Georgia, and Colorado. The partnering institutions were George Washington University in D.C., Columbia University in NY, Wesleyan College in GA, and Colorado State University.
December 2, 2014
While the China-US working group on cyber security has been suspended following the US decision in May to indict five People's Liberation Army officers for cyber espionage, bilateral contact seemed to resume in a way as senior officials, scholars and executives from Internet and telecom giants of both countries assembled in Washington.

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Commission Report

Polls show Americans and Chinese are becoming less trustful of each other’s country. The Commission assesses the problem and offers recommendations to foster greater U.S.-China collaboration and understanding.

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