Founded in 1995, the U.S.-China Policy Foundation is a non-partisan, non-profit, non-advocacy organization that promotes a greater understanding between American and Chinese policymakers, researchers, and government officials. USCPF seeks to provide opportunities for students, researchers, and practitioners of foreign policy to interact in more diverse and substantial ways. USCPF also conducts research on U.S.-China policies and relations in the Asia-Pacific region. The foundation does not advocate any policy or attempt to influence policy decisions, but instead provides information in order to increase awareness of issues in U.S.-China relations.
March 26-April 3: Spring Policymakers Trip to China
February 11: Luncheon with Chinese Defense Attaché
November 18: 20th Annual Gala Dinner
November 9: Obama’s Challenge to China Book Launch
October 8: Panel on Xi Jinping in the U.S.
September 22: USCPF Welcomes President Xi
September 10 – October 23: Ageless Chinese Art Exhibit and Panel Discussion
August 8-18: August Policymakers Trip
June 8-12: WWII Photo Exhibit and Reception
China Forum is the U.S.-China Policy Foundation’s television program. China Forum airs every Sunday at 10:30 am on MHz1.
China Forum is an educational show devoted exclusively to China. Produced by Dr. Chi Wang, President of USCPF, each program discusses contemporary issues relating to China with a diverse panel of scholars and experts.
For more information, please see our China Forum main page.