The United States, China, And Taiwan - USC U.S.-China Institute Luncheon At The Grand Hyatt Shanghai

Thursday, October 29, 2015 - 12 p.m. 2:30 p.m. Grand Hyatt Shanghai, Jin Mao Tower

After market shocks, the Xi visit, and the 5th plenum of the CCP and ahead of elections in Taiwan and the U.S., we gather to examine U.S.-China relations and cross-strait ties. The USC U.S.-China Institute is hosting a luncheon program in Shanghai on Thursday, October 29. This free gathering, ahead of USC’s Global Conference, will focus on U.S.-China relations and on cross-strait ties. It will also include highlights from our Assignment: China series. While the program is free and open to all, space is limited and reservations are required.

 Xu Xinbo 吴心伯 directs Fudan University's Center for American Studies 复旦大学美国研究中心主任 and is Executive Dean of the Institute of International Studies. He’s the editor and author of numerous books and articles, includingStrategic Report on Sino-U.S. Relations in 2014 and “The ‘New Normal’ of Sino-U.S. Relations.”
Daniel Lynch 林丹 is a professor at the USC School of International Relations国际关系学院教授. His new book is China’s Futures: PRC Elites Debate Economics, Politics, and Foreign Policy. His previous books examined what China’s rise might mean for democracy in Asia and the role of the media in reform-era China.
Shao Yuqun 邵育群 heads the Center for American Studies美洲研究中心执行主任 at the Shanghai Institute for International Studies 上海国际问题研究院. She’s published widely, including recent articles on cybersecurity, Chinese and American efforts in Central Asia, and cross-strait relations. 
Tom Hollihan is a professor at the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism安纳伯格传播与新闻学院教授. The author of several books, Hollihan recently edited and contributed to an important collection of essays on how media and textbook narratives in the United States, China, and Japan on the Diaoyu/Senkaku Islands shape opinion and challenge the global order. 
Mike Chinoy 齐迈可 is a USCI senior fellow 南加州大学美中学院高级研究员 and for nearly a quarter-century was an award-winning correspondent for CNN. He’s the writer and chief reporter for Assignment: China. His books include China Live.
Clayton Dube 杜克雷 directs the U.S.-China Institute南加州大学美中学院主任 and will moderate the event.

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