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January 4, 1981

Excerpts of remarks Deng made to Senator Theodore Stevens (R-Alaska) and Anna Chennault, vice chair of the Presidential Export Commission. Included in Selected Works of Deng Xiaoping, V. 2.

January 29, 1979

Deng Xiaoping made the first state visit by a Chinese leader to the U.S. January 28-February 5, 1979. It followed the reestablishment of formal diplomatic relations between the U.S. and China on Jan. 1. Below are the comments the leaders made at the welcoming ceremony and at the state dinner on January 29, 1979.

Presdient Carter's Comments | Vice Premier Deng's Comments | President Carter's Toast | Vice Premier Deng's Toast

 

December 15, 1978

President Jimmy Carter reads a joint Communiqué on the establishment of U.S.-Sino relations.

December 15, 1978

The United States of America and the People's Republic of China have agreed to recognize each other and to establish diplomatic relations as of January 1, 1979.

August 16, 1977

August 16, 1977 declaration on human rights from Taiwan's Presbyterian Church

December 7, 1975

President Ford's speech at the University of Hawaii after returning from his trip to China. Excerpted from the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library & Museum.

December 5, 1975

Daily logs of activities of President Gerald Ford’s trip to China. Provided by the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library & Museum.

December 1, 1975

A memorandum that summarizes the main debates within the CCP leadership over strategy of national development. A part of President Ford's briefing book for meeting with Chairman Mao in December 1975.

December 1, 1975

A memorandum that provided President Ford with background material for his meeting with Chairman Mao in December of 1975. A part of the President's briefing book for the occasion.

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