Julia Chang Bloch on US-China Relations
    2012-02-23 09:12:18     CRIENGLISH.com         Web Editor: Qin Mei

February 2012 marks the 40th anniversary of US president Richard Nixon¡¯s groundbreaking trip to China in 1972. Its¡¯ a time many people are evaluating the current state of relations between the two countries. As America¡¯s first ever Chinese-American Ambassador and head of a US-China education exchange programme, Julia Chang Bloch is perhaps uniquely positioned to comment on this issue. Dominic Swire recently caught up with her in Washington DC.

Q1)How important is the US-China relationship?

Q2)How would you describe current relations?

Q3)Why is there so much misunderstanding between the US and China?

Q4)What's behind this misunderstanding?

Q5)How can Americans better understand China?

Q6)How well does each side know each other?

Q7)How does the US-China Education Trust foster greater understanding between the two countries?

Q8)How do your exchange programmes help young students?

Q9)What's the value of educational exchange?

Q10)  How are the upcoming US elections likely to impact US-China relations?

Listen to the radio report here : America's First Chinese American Ambassador Smoothing US-China Relations



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