January 1, 2012
In conjunction with Brown’s Year of China initiative, University administrators, faculty, and students will visit Shanghai in early January to enhance the University’s global connections and international exchanges. During the trip, the group, including Matthew Gutmann, vice president for international affairs, and Joshua Taub ’93, regional director for international advancement, will meet with leaders in higher education, business, and government.
Yao Ming Attended the 4th of July Celebration at the Consulate General of the United States-Shanghai
July 1, 2013
Yao Ming and Paul George from Indiana Pacers joined the Consulate General of the U.S.-Shanghai in the celebration of 4th of July.
October 1, 2012
The delegates from Alabama visited Shanghai to talk about investment opportunities in the U.S., especially in Alabama, with emphasis on the advantages of investing in the state, in the context of rising local economic protectionism in the U.S.
December 1, 2012
A select group of African American media leaders visited China in December 2012 to learn about the country’s rich history, culture and media practices.
April 1, 2013
Gov. Edmund G ("Jerry") Brown Jr. met with Shanghai's top government official, Party Secretary Han Zheng to discuss ways of expanding partnership between California and Shanghai. The governor and his delegation of California business leaders toasted their final night in Shanghai with former NBA All-Star Yao Ming.
April 1, 2013
Governor Scott Walker opens the Wisconsin State Center in Shanghai, which was intended to deepen business ties to China.
September 1, 2010
California governor, Arnold Schwarzenegger went on a trade mission to three Asian countries, Korea, China, and Japan, during which he stopped at the Shanghai World Expo where he promoted California's bid for the 2020 World Expo.
June 1, 2011
Governor O’Malley will spend six days in China, then head to Korea and wrap up the mission in Vietnam to boost two-way trade and investment and promote Maryland as an ideal location for foreign-owned companies looking to establish U.S. operations, particularly in life sciences and technology. O'Mally's China visit included cities like Shanghai, Nanjing and Beijing.
October 1, 2012
The governor will be promoting Oregon agricultural products, touting Oregon’s expertise in green building and clean technology, checking in with companies doing business in Oregon, promoting Oregon tourism, growing government to government relationships, promoting Oregon’s ports, and exploring new opportunities for Asian businesses to expand into Oregon.
September 1, 2012
Govorner Snyder's visit to China was targeted at promoting trade, tourism, and cultural exchanges between Michigan and China. The trip was 10-day long. Synder was accompanied by business leaders from 21 Michigan companies. He attended the opening of the Michigan China Center in Shanghai and visited 4 other cities in China.