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December 2014
In the Spotlight
What's in Store for China's Economy in 2015?
Register now for the National Committee's sixth annual forum on China's economy, where Justin Lin Yifu and other leading Chinese economists predict what might happen in 2015.

When: Wednesday, January 7, 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Where: New York Stock Exchange
Cost: Individual Ticket - $100; complementary for NCUSCR Corporate Members

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More Public Events
Wednesday, December 17, 5:30-7:00 p.m.
The Henry Luce Foundation, New York City

Join Ohio State political scientist (and new PIP Fellow) Jeremy Wallace as he discusses the connections between China's management of its rapid urbanization -- resulting in few slums and limited urban unrest -- and its political stability.

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Wednesday, January 13, 5:30-7:00 p.m. 
Dorsey & Whitney, New York City

Time magazine's first bureau chief in China, Richard Bernstein will discuss his new book, China 1945, which examines the first episode in which American power and good intentions came face-to-face with a formidable Chinese revolutionary movement.

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DonateNow As Crucial As Ever
Make a year-end, tax-deductible contribution and ensure that the National Committee's high quality programs and initiatives continue into the future. Support our efforts to build and sustain strong ties between the United States and China.
Current Programs
Nurturing the Next Wave of U.S. Scholars of China
In November, the Committee's newest cohort of Public Intellectuals Program fellows convened in Washington, D.C., for several days of meetings and discussions designed to help the Fellows expand beyond their own specific disciplines and become more active in shaping the public discourse on U.S.-China relations.

More on this program >> | Meet the new fellows >> 
A group of 12 senior Congressional state and district chiefs of staff are currently on a study visit to Beijing, Chengdu, and environs under the auspices of the National Committee and the Chinese government. Participants are learning about China's economy, politics, and society through meetings with government officials, academics, journalists, members of the business community, and others.

Deepening Chinese Diplomats' U.S. Understanding
The Committee ran an intensive two-week, four-city study tour that gave fourteen mid-career diplomats posted to the Chinese Embassy, Consulates, and Mission to the UN a deeper, more nuanced understanding of American history, culture, and values.

More on this program >>
New Multimedia
One of the world's foremost experts on China's economy, Dr. Nicholas R. Lardy traces the increasing role that market forces have played in China and argues that China's future growth will depend more on private businesses than on state-owned firms.

Watch the video >> | Listen to the podcast >> | More on this program >>
PIP fellows Joanna Lewis and Alex Wang reflect on the significance of the climate change announcement and its implications for Sino-American relations with NCUSCR President Stephen Orlins. Listen to the teleconference >>
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