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The Future of U.S.-China Relations Conference Photos, Set 1

Photos from USCI's inaugural conference held on April 20-21, 2007 at the USC Davidson Conference Center
June 4, 2007
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USC Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs C. L. Max Nikias meets Ambassador J. Stapleton Roy at the conference reception
         

Herbert G. Klein, USC graduate, Trustee, and former longtime advisor to President Nixon, asks a question during a panel session

USC President Steven B. Sample gives the opening remarks for the conference

         

Howard Gillman, Dean of the USC College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, and Elizabeth Garrett, Vice President for Academic Planning and Budget, two of the architects of the U.S. - China Institute
 

Panel speaker Elizabeth Economy, Council on Foreign Relations, shares a laugh with attendees

           

David Zweig, Associate Dean of the School of Humanities & Social Sciences at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and USCI Board of Scholars member, presents Energy Challenges: The Views of Chinese University Students

 

Stanley Rosen, USC Professor and Director of the EastAsianStudiesCenter, displays a Chinese issue of the Rolling Stone at a panel session

           

Professor Suisheng Zhao, Executive Director of the Center for China-US Cooperation at the Graduate School of International Studies, University of Denver, gives an interview for the Chinese television news station KSCI

 

(Right) Lawrence Maltz at dinner at the Hoose Library

           

(Left) Ambassador J. Stapleton Roy, and USC Trustees

 

Panel speaker William Overholt, RAND, discusses Myth and Reality in U.S.-China Relations

         

Guo Liang, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, responds to a question while Orville Schell, Asia Society, listens
 

 

Panel speaker C. Cindy Fan, University of California, Los Angeles, presents Migration, Hukou, and the Chinese City

         

Dinner guests at the Hoose Library listen to a quartet performance

 

Herbert G. Klein with USC Trustee Gin Wong

           

USC School of Architecture Dean Qingyun Ma asks a question during the roundtable session

 

USC Professor Carolyn Cartier laughs with other members of the Energy and and Environment panel
           

(back row) ?? and USC Trustee Ann Hill, (front row) Warren Cohen, University of Maryland, ??? and ??? at the roundtable lunch

 

June Dreyer, University of Miami, Thomas Gold, UC Berkeley, and USC Professor Daniel Lynch enjoying the conference reception

           

Prospects for Political Reform Panel speaker Edward Friedman, University of Wisconsin-Madison

 

Richard Drobnick, USC Professor and Director, Center for Global Business Excellence and Center for International Business, Education and Research, questions the panel

           

USC Provost C. L. Max Nikias, USC Trustee David Tappan, and Ambassador J. Stapleton Roy at the conference reception


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