June 1, 2013
President Obama and chairman Xi Jinping spoke of overcoming differences and forging a new relationship between China and the U.S. at Sunnylands in California. At the summit, president Obama explained how the US "welcomed the rise of peaceful China and wanted economic order when nations are playing by the same rules".
December 1, 2011
Lieutenant-Governor of Colorado, Mr. Garcia, and Mrs. Garcia and the president of Community College of Denver, Mr Cliff Richardson, and Mrs Richardson, visited Xinhua News Agency Shanghai Office.
Dr. Louis H. Miller and Susan K. Pierce Visited Institut Pasteur of Shanghai Chinese Academy of Sciences
June 1, 2013
Louis H. Miller presented "Malaria research towards drugs and vaccines" and Susan K. Pierce presented her latest research results of "How B cells remember: Unique features of B cell receptor signaling in memory B cells."
June 1, 2013
Robert Vance Duncan from the University of Missouri visited the Shanghai Institute of Applied Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. He discussed topics such as student and scholar exchanges and united training programs.
November 1, 2012
Philadelphia Mayor Michael A. Nutter visited China to promote opportunities for investment, to promote Philadelphia as an international city, and to strengthen the relationship between key Philadelphia institutions and their Chinese counterparts. Mayor Nutter visited Tianjin, Philadelphia's sister city and a Chinese hub for clean energy technology. Nutter also met with senior executives from Air China to discuss potential opportunities for a direct flight between Philadelphia and China.
September 1, 2013
Linden Mayor Gerbounka visited Tongchuan, Shaanxi to discuss economic partnership possibilities between the two sister cities. Mayor Gerbounka touts Linden's proximity to Manhattan, Ports Elizabeth, and Newark and Linden's existing industrial companies in his speech. Tongchuan is known for producing herbal medicine, which Gerbounka believes could pair nicely with opportunities at Merck, an international pharmaceutical company in Linden. His visit to China was the start of a long enduring relationship that will carry on for several decades.
May 1, 2013
Four US Mayors visited China to get a deeper understanding of Chinese interest in the US market. They hoped to place their communities at the top of the list for consideration for North American expansion. The mayor visited seven Chinese cities - Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai, Nanjing, Bazhong, Nanchong, Langzhong.
May 1, 2011
Mike Bell, mayor of Toledo, Ohio visited China to build relationships with Chinese investors. Mayor Bell felt that the trip was extremely successful, as he and a team of businessmen formed great relationships with Chinese officials and businessmen in addition to closing a deal that will bring prosperity to Toledo. Mayor Bell believes that forming the relationship with the mayor of Qinhuangdao (Zhu Haowen) was critical because the two mayors working together from two different parts of the globe could pay off in the future.
February 1, 2012
Xi Jinping traveled to Washington D.C. on February 13, 2012 to promote Sino-US cooperative partnership based on mutual respect and mutual benefit. Xi mentioned that he looks forward to making positive and pragmatic explorations with the U.S. to boost the sustained development of bilateral relations through his visit.
August 1, 2012
A Shanghai Christian delegation of six visited the US under invitation from the Episcopal Church. The delegation visited churches in Washington and New York. They also discussed the Christian church's development in Shanghai with the Episcopal Church.