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January 1, 1988
The United States and China reached an agreement to allow the U.S. Peace Corps to begin sending volunteers to China.
January 1, 1990
In the 1990s, the main focus of the Center’s work was the Yunnan Nationalities Cultures Project. The project was designed to assist the cultural leaders of Yunnan Province in creating a comprehensive strategy for the continuation and further development of the traditional arts of Yunnan’s 25 minority nationalities.
January 1, 1992
One of the goals of the Committee on Scholarly Communication with the People's Republic of China (CSCPRC) is to gather and disseminate information on scientific and scholarly activities in China. The report gives a general overview of the ecosystems and the major human land use patterns in this region. This is followed by a review of the Chinese literature on these grasslands and a survey of the principle scientific institutions engaged in this research. The final section presents the perspectives of U.S.
October 8, 1993
The Northeast Asia Cooperation Dialogue (NEACD) is a unique multilateral “track II” forum involving foreign ministry officials, defense ministry officials, military officers, and academics from China, Russia, North and South Korea, Japan, and the United States. NEACD keeps vital lines of communication open in Northeast Asia by providing regularly scheduled meetings in an informal setting, allowing participants to candidly discuss issues of regional security and cooperation.
January 1, 1994
Study abroad in Hong Kong. CityU is an internationally recognized university located at the heart of a modern Asian city. According to QS World University Rankings 2013, it is currently ranked 104th in the world's top universities. The College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences offers broad-based, multidisciplinary and professionally-oriented taught programmes under six academic departments. CityU is located at the heart of the city and of the transportation network. Shopping malls and places of attractions are within easy reach.
January 1, 1994
Study business abroad in Hong Kong, China. The College of Business at the City University of Hong Kong is one of the top Business Schools in the Asia Pacific region. It is also accredited by AACSB International - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, the premier accrediting agency for business schools worldwide. Our excellence in research and teaching stems partly from our close relationship with the business community.
May 16, 1994
The Northeast Asia Cooperation Dialogue (NEACD) is a unique multilateral “track II” forum involving foreign ministry officials, defense ministry officials, military officers, and academics from China, Russia, North and South Korea, Japan, and the United States. NEACD keeps vital lines of communication open in Northeast Asia by providing regularly scheduled meetings in an informal setting, allowing participants to candidly discuss issues of regional security and cooperation.
January 1, 1995
BCA (Bridge the World. Connect for Peace. Act for Justice) hosts a summer study abroad program in Dalian, China. Dalian, a coastal city, is known for its dynamic economy, growth potential, and beauty. The city hosts about 22 universities and colleges and 32 research institutes, providing strong intellectual support to its economic and cultural development.
April 26, 1995
The Northeast Asia Cooperation Dialogue (NEACD) is a unique multilateral “track II” forum involving foreign ministry officials, defense ministry officials, military officers, and academics from China, Russia, North and South Korea, Japan, and the United States. NEACD keeps vital lines of communication open in Northeast Asia by providing regularly scheduled meetings in an informal setting, allowing participants to candidly discuss issues of regional security and cooperation.
June 1, 1995
After much debate, President Bill Clinton granted a visa to Taiwan President Lee Teng-hui so that he could enter the country as a private citizen to attend a reunion at his alma mater, Cornell University.

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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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