As always, the Committee of 100’s annual conference will bring together seasoned perspectives on the future of U.S.-China relations and developments in the Chinese American community. The 21st Annual Conference in Pasadena, California will begin with the Awards Gala Dinner on April 19, followed by a full day of conference proceedings on April 20. Four roundtables will focus on the political impact of leadership transition on U.S.-China relations, developments in Asian American philanthropy, U.S.-China bilateral investments, and new frontiers in the global film industry.
The conference also features the release of the 2012 U.S.-China Public Perceptions Opinion Survey. This survey measures how Chinese and American perceptions on key bilateral economic, political, and social issues have changed since the Committee conducted its 2007 “Hope and Fear” mirror survey. The 2012 and 2007 survey datasets and key findings can be viewed at: http://survey.committee100.org. Tweet your feedback to #C100Survey.
A complete list of speakers and presentations can be viewed online in the conference agenda, with speaker bios and information about registration and sponsorship at the conference website. You may also view the live-stream of the conference.