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USCET Completed China's first Data Journalism Bootcamp!

August 30, 2017

USCET just completed a 5-week intensive data journalism boot camp at Peking University Shenzhen Graduate School on August 24! This comprehensive summer program is the first of its kind in China. Thirty journalists and students were selected from over 80 applicants from across the country. The participants, through participatory methodologies, learned how to gather large quantities of data, clean and organize the data using sophisticated coding system, interpret and find newsworthy stories within the numbers, and bring the numbers to life through images and interactive visualizations.



Ambassador Bloch Recognized at White House Celebration of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

May 25, 2017

Vice President Mike Pence hosted a reception at the White House on Wednesday, May 17, 2017 to celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.  Speakers included Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao and Acting Assistant Secretary of East Asia and the Pacific Susan Thornton.  USCET President Ambassador Julia Chang Bloch was acclaimed as the first Asian American ambassador in U.S. history.


The 14th Annual American Studies Network (ASN) Conference was held in Chengdu

May 2, 2017

From April 20th to 22th, more than 70 graduate students and academic participants gathered to share the 14th Annual American Studies Network (ASN) Conference in collaboration with Sichuan University in Chengdu. The Conference theme was "US-China Relations after the 2016 Elections: Trump, Congress, and the Issues"  which brought insightful discussion on the pertinent issues of our time. USCET thanks the participants and speakers for their efforts and looks forward to future collaboration with all who attended. 

 


The Symposium of “US Election: President Trump, Congress, and the Future of US-China Relations” Was Held at the Central Party School

May 2, 2017

On April 19th, the Central Party School and US-China Education Trust (USCET) jointly held the symposium “US Election: President Trump, Congress, and the US-China Relations” at the Central Party School. Former US Congressmen and more than 30 scholars from American University, Columbia University, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Tsinghua University, University of International Relations, Renmin University, Institute of Diplomacy, National Defense University, as well as the Central Party School attended the event.


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