Sino-U.S. Relations after G20

"Sino-U.S. Relations after G20" by Dr. Yumin Zhao, Deputy Consul General of the People's Republic of China in Houston

Time: Oct. 6, 2016, 4:00pm - 5:30pm

Location: White Hall 205, Emory University, 301 Dowman Drive, Atlanta, GA 30322

Open and free to the public

China and the United States are two biggest economies in the world. Their relations are not only important for the two peoples, but also for the whole world. Now, China-U.S. relations are in a healthy and strong momentum. The two countries cooperate well in bilateral, regional and global issues. During the G20 Hangzhou Summit, President Xi Jinping and President Obama met again, and exchanged views on how to enhance trust, enlarge cooperation, and manage differences, and agreed to work together to usher the stable and positive relations into the next US administration. The depth, broadness and flexibility of the China-U.S. relation have reached unprecedented level. Against this background, Dr. Zhao’s speech will focus on the strategies to push for win-win cooperation, and the key principles of dealing with differences of the two countries.

About the speaker

Yumin Zhao received his doctorate in international relations from Foreign Affairs University, China. He has had a long career in Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs and has worked as a diplomat in various countries such as New Zealand, South Korea. From 2014 he has served as Deputy Consul General of the People's Republic of China in Houston.

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