US-China Relations in Flux: Political and Economic Perspectives

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This forum will discuss current US-China relations from the perspectives of politics and economics.

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USCPFA-Atlanta Fall Forum 2019
Co-Sponsored by the China Research Center at Georgia Tech

“US-China Relations in Flux: Political and Economic Perspectives”

Sunday, October 27
4:00-6:00 p.m.
Agnes Scott College: Teasley Lecture Hall of Bullock Science Center
100 East Dougherty Street, Decatur 30030

This forum will discuss current US-China relations from the perspectives of politics and economics. Yawei Liu and Penelope Prime both have earned broad international renown and are widely published in their fields, politics and economics, respectively.

Dr. Yawei Liu is Director of the China Program at The Carter Center.  He organizes excellent programs on China at The Carter Center. Dr. Liu is widely published in both English and Chinese.

Dr. Penelope B. Prime is Director of International Business programs at the J. Mack Robinson College of Business, Georgia State University. In addition to her rich academic achievements, she has traveled widely in China and elsewhere in Asia, and has lived in China for extended periods over the past several decades.

These forums arranged by the US-China Peoples Friendship Association of Atlanta are offered as public interest and education activities. All interested people are welcome; admission is free.

Further details: Most parking is in the McDonough Street parking deck, McDonough the western boundary of the College’s main campus. Signs directing attendees will be posted along the route to Bullock Science Center. The main campus address is 141 East College Avenue, Decatur 30030. Dougherty Street parallels College Avenue through the southern part of the campus; a few parking spaces should be available on Dougherty and in a small parking lot just west of Bullock.

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