Now in its ninth year, the China 101 briefing series for congressional staff provides unique insight into timely topics in US-China relations, featuring speakers with firsthand knowledge of China. The series will include 6 one-hour session focused on key areas of interest to US policymakers and their advisors, offering congressional staff the opportunity to hear from and interact with diverse experts. Those who attend at least three of the six sessions will receive a professional development certificate in recognition of their participation. China 101 is organized by the US-Asia Institute, in cooperation with the US-China Working Groups from the US Senate and House of Representatives.
Seating is limited for sessions in 2167 Rayburn, so please RSVP via Google Forms or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan to attend.
July 8 | Chinese Influence Abroad
13:00 - 14:00, 2167 Rayburn