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The Future of U.S.-China Relations Conference Photos, Set 2

Photos from USCI's inaugural conference held on April 20-21, 2007 at the USC Davidson Conference Center

June 4, 2007


Mike Chinoy, USC Professor and former CNN Senior Asia correspondent, with David Zweig, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology at the reception

Tom Zearly, World Bank, questions a speaker

USCI Associate Director Clayton Dube leads the roundtable discussion


USC Trustee Ann Hill with Herbert Klein


Geremie Barmé, Australia National University, laughs with the audience after his presentation Eating Chinese—the History Banquet


USC Emerti Professor and former AP and CNN correspondent Murray Fromson questions the panel

Prospects for Political Reform panel discussant Suisheng Zhao, University of Denver, shares his opinion with the audience


Panel discussant Andrew Walder, Stanford University, responds to a question


Leonard Sands, Ambassador J. Stapleton Roy, and ??? at the Hoose Library dinner


Energy and Environment panel discussant Richard Louis Edmonds, University of Chicago, speaks to the audience


Merle Goldman, Boston University, leads the Cultural and Intellectual Trends Panel


USC Professor and Director of USC’s School of Policy, Planning and Development International Initiative Eric Heikkila leads a panel session

David Karl, Director of Studies, Pacific Council on International Policy, asks a question


Kevin O’Brien, University of California, Berkeley, comments on the presentations in the Prospects for Political Reform panel 

Wang Shaoguang, Chinese University of Hong Kong, presents Great Transformation: The Emergence of Social Policies in China


USC Professors Jean Shih and Audrey Li with ??? Nikias and ??? at the Hoose Library

Conference particpants 


Lawrence Maltz speaks with Ambassador J. Stapleton Roy

USCI Associate Director Clayton Dube welcomes the audience to the conference


USC Trustees ???

Herbert G. Klein Lecture audience applauds Ambassador J. Stapleton Roy


After the conference, panel speakers and guests were given a tour of the Chinese Garden at the Huntington Library

Photos, Set 1
Photos, Set 2