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28th US-China Peoples Friendship Association National Convention

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Please join us the evenings of November 5 to 7, 2021, for our virtual USCPFA National Convention.

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The US-China Peoples Friendship Association (USCPFA) is a non-profit educational organization whose purpose is to build friendship between the peoples of China and the U.S.

The theme for our virtual 28th USCPFA National Convention is Roots of Friendship—Finding Common Ground. We celebrate the 50th anniversary of Ping-Pong Diplomacy and the historic events that led up to Nixon's visit to China in 1972. Registration on or before October 15, 2021 is strongly encouraged.

What: USCPFA National Convention

When: Evenings of November 5, 6, and 7, 2021 (Friday, Saturday, and Sunday)

Where: Virtual via web link(s)

Registration Fee: $25.00 covers all presentations and events for all three evenings (no refund); may be payable by check (see latest issue of the US-China Review or uscpfa.org for registration form to mail in with check)

For attendees who wish to be USCPFA members for the very first time, the registration fee will cover your first year of membership, which includes four issues of the US-China Review.

Questions and Contact: Mel Horowitz, Eastern Region President (melschinafriends@yahoo.com)

SCHEDULE

(Program and times subject to change)

Friday, November 5, 6:00 PM EST

  • Welcome and Opening Remarks
  • Greetings from Youxie and Chinese Embassy
  • Susan Brownell, Anthropologist and Sports Historian - How Sports Have Connected China to the World: A Personal Account
  • Duncan McFarland, USCPFA-New England - China, the Environment and Climate Change

Saturday, November 6, 6:00 PM EST

  • Paul Morris, USCPFA-Portland - Plenary
  • Awards
  • Dodge Billingsley, Documentary Filmmaker, Historian, and Collector of Chinese Art - The Documentary
  • Judy Manton, USCPFA-New Jersey - Building Bridges with China through Five Generations

Sunday, November 7, 6:00 PM EST

  • Yawei Liu, Director of China Program, The Carter Center - Perspective on U.S.-China Relations (Based on Attendee Questions)
  • Weiping Wu, Professor, Columbia University - Discussion on Her Book, Progress & Prosperity: The New Chinese City as Global Urban Model
  • Cultural Event
  • Closing Remarks
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