Exchange Database

October 1, 2004
The delegation toured the campus and had a roundtable discussiom with faculty members from BYU. They also attended the law school's 11th annual international symposium on law and religion
May 1, 2013
Minnesotans tested idea that uses turkey to replace chicken as a soure of protein in Chinese traditional cuisine
June 1, 2012
With China being Minnesota's second largest trading parter, a joint office was set up in its sister city, Shanghai, in hope of further boosting exports and job opportunities between the two regions.
July 1, 2013
A trade mission led by Kansas Governor and high level officials visited Beijing, Zhengzhou, Guangzhou respectively to discuss further trade relations between two regions, especially on Kansa's well-recognized agricultural sector.
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.
February 1, 2012
Xi, the Chinese leader-in-waiting made a special stop at Muscatine, Iowa amid his tight visit schedule to the US. He hoped to reunite with the Iowans he met there 27 years ago when he was still a county-level offical on an agricultural visit for Hebei provice
April 1, 2013
Iowa governor led a delegation comprised of government officials and business leaders to China to take part in the second China-US Governor' Forum, and to celebrate the 30 anniversary of the sister relationship between Iowa and Hebei Province. The large volume of export exchange to China on soybean, corn and pork was partciuarly highlighted in this bilateral relationship.
September 1, 2009
With China being the third largest export market for Colorado goods, trade representative from Chinese businesses attended a meeting with Coloarodo leaders to sign a memorandum of cooperation that aims to further promote bilateral trade and invesment relations between the two region.
September 1, 2007
An international trade mission from Nebraska visited China in hope to build up trade relations between the two regions. The delegates, including the governor, visited China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Japan.
March 1, 2006
The Freeman Foundation hosted an exchange program that funds US students to China for 9 Oklahoma schools. 7 students got to take part in this program, and they visited Shanghai, Bejijing and Chengdu, and the exchange experience was well-acclaimed by studnets as inspiring and life-changing.

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