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Top Chinese official visits Keck School

October 19, 2001

Wu Jie Ping, co-chair of the Chinese People's Congress and former president of Peking Union Medical College in Beijing, was the highest-ranking Chinese official to visit USC.

CHLA and China formalize pediatric medicine collaboration

August 7, 1998

The program will design and develop a collaborative pediatric research project and focus on ways to provide cost-effective, quality health care in both China and the U.S.

Wuhan, China, Seeks Help for Anti-Smoking Campaign

March 30, 1998

The Wuhan government and USC Institute for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Research (IPR) will begin one of the largest collaborations in preventive health across the Pacific Rim.

USC's IPR Assists China in New Smoking Prevention Efforts

March 20, 1998

The USC Institute for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Research aids the city of Wuhan in anti-smoking education.

Surgical Team Provides Care in Qinghai Province

January 19, 1998

An international telemedicine project links USC physicians and educators with their counterparts in Hong Kong and China to improve the education of Chinese physicians in Western medicine and promote preventive care and community health.

USC Gains a Treasured Chinese Collection

November 3, 1997

Novelist Ai-ling (Eileen) Chang's collected papers, including short stories and prose as well as letters and drawings, were donated to USC and on display at Doheny Memorial Library.

Mountain of Fame -- Chinese history through biography

December 5, 1995

From ancient sages to modern dissidents,historian John Wills' new book illuminates China through the last 5,000 years.

Study Examines the Economics of and Attitudes toward Having Children in China

August 30, 1993

Scholars in USC's Population Research Laboratory works with Chinese researchers.

University Faculty, “Memoradum for President-Elect Nixon on U.S. Relations with China,” November 6, 1968

November 6, 1968

This document came to light when John Rousselot (R-Los Angeles, California) had it placed into the Congressional Record on August 6, 1971, with a month of President Nixon announcing that he would go to China. Rousselot served in the House of Representatives 1961-63 (CA-25) and 1970-83 (CA-25 and then CA-26).