U.S. Assistant Attorney General John Demers discussed the China Initiative and the process for assessing risks posed by Chinese acquisitions or the business operations of Chinese companies in America.
U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission, "Hearing: SARS in China - Implications for Media Control and the Economy," June 5, 2003
June 5, 2003
Room 124, Dirksen Senate Office Building
1st & Constitution Ave., NE
Washington, DC 20510
Opening Statement by Chairman Roger W. Robinson, Jr.
Opening Statement by Vice Chairman C. Richard D'Amato
PARTICIPANTS and TESTIMONY:
Senators and Congressmen
Senator Conrad Burns (R-MT)
Representative Christopher Cox (R-CA)
Senator John Kyl (R-AZ)
Senator Bill Nelson (D-FL)
Ken Berman, Manager, Anti-Censorship Program, International Broadcasting Bureau
Jay Henderson, Director, East Asia & Pacific Division, Voice of America
Yuanli Liu, Asst. Professor, International Health, Harvard School of Public Health
Xiao Qiang, Director, China Internet Studies Program, UC, Berkeley [former Executive Director of Human Rights in China]
Andy Rothman, Country Head & China Strategist, CLSA Emerging Markets (Hong Kong/Shanghai)
Dan Southerland, Executive Editor, Radio Free Asia
Dong Tao, Chief Economist for non-Japan Asia, Credit Suisse First Boston (Hong Kong)
Bill Xia, President, Dynamic Internet Technology
Maochun Yu, Professor, U.S. Naval Academy
Erping Zhang, Executive Director, Assoc. for Asian Research
As the dance over control of TikTok gets more complicated, last week it came out that the U.S. government has asked American-based video gaming companies where China’s Tencent is an owner or investor to detail how they handle the data of American players.
Please join the USC U.S.-China Institute for a book talk with author David Lampton. His new book examines China’s effort to create an intercountry railway system connecting China and its seven Southeast Asian neighbors.