Presidential Trade Mission to China Promotes Clean Energy Cooperation
On April 16-17, U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker and U.S. Deputy Secretary of Energy Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall led a trade delegation aimed at expanding U.S.-China clean energy cooperation. Representatives from twenty-five American companies joined the delegation to facilitate greater cooperation.
On March 28, 2015, U.S. Consul General Jennifer Zimdahl Galt delivered a speech on the Opening Ceremony of American Flying Tigers Guilin Heritage Park. This year, we mark the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II.
Amb. Discusses Intellectual Property Rights
On January 7, Ambassador Max Baucus addressed the 2015 Roundtable on new Developments of Globalization and Intellectual Property in Beijing (Embassy photo).
I want you to understand how America -- through its immigrants -- has absorbed the cultural riches of the world and been enriched by that process.
Systems issues that have affected the Department of State’s ability to issue visas have been resolved, and all applicants can schedule appointments as normal.
The President spoke to Chinese President Xi Jinping on February 10
This is an important time to be in Beijing talking about the rule of law. The Fourth Plenum recently concluded, setting forth China’s plans for legal reform.
Important remarks by Consul General Galt
EducationUSA presents a five-step approach for you to apply the U.S. schools. Anyone can independently and easily complete the applications. Watch the video to find out how!
Chinese photographer Johnny Yuan and U.S. photographer Mark Curry present a photographic journey of USA and China. Mr. Yuan’s pictures display America through Chinese eyes, and Mr. Curry’s pictures display Canton through American eyes. Both photographers expertly capture the beauty in nature and local cultural life.
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