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Dr. Terry Cooke

9th June, 2015

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Terry Cooke is the founder of the China Partnership of Greater Philadelphia, a non-profit platform to accelerate public-private collaboration between Greater Philadelphia and China in clean energy and energy-efficient buildings. He is also a Senior Fellow at the T.C. Chan Center for Building Simulation…

Dr. Kevin Stringer

9th June, 2015

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Dr. Kevin Stringer

Kevin D. Stringer, Ph.D. is an adjunct faculty member at the Joint Special Operations University in Tampa, Florida, and a Fellow at the Center for the Study of Civil-Military Operations at West Point. A former diplomat and international banker, he has…

Memorial Day in a U.S.-China Relations Context

25th May, 2015

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bannerYou might have recently been disturbed by reports from the South China Sea.  Currently the national forces of the United States of America and the People’s Republic of China are interacting in increasingly dangerous ways.

But there is still plenty of hope for secure relations between…

Building a Bilingual Organization

6th May, 2014

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The Tai Initiative values working in both English and 中文.  Though we are just beginning this effort, you will see examples throughout this website of 我们 putting a bilingual nature to work in our non-profit operations.

As countries around the 世界 continue to expand on free trade…

An Interview with Travis Tanner

30th April, 2014

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By: Kayla Blomquist

Travis Tanner, a speaker at the Tai Initiative’s upcoming conference in Denver, is the senior vice president and COO of the 100,000 Strong Foundation….

MORE IS BETTER: LOCAL, PRIVATE SECTOR, AND INDEPENDENT INITIATIVES IN THE U.S.-CHINA RELATIONSHIP

17th February, 2014

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 Remarks of Donald M. Bishop

Minister-Counselor, Foreign Service of the United States, Retired

at the Tai Initiative’s Pacific Northwest Conference on U.S.-China Relations

Seattle University, April 12, 2013

 

 

Conf 3It’s an honor for me to speak at this gathering of Americans who are committed…

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Two Views of “Seattle”: One Future

19th April, 2013

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One of the significant outcomes for me from the Pacific Northwest Regional Conference on US/China Subnational Relations was hearing another great example of a common reality being perceived differently from two completely different contexts.  In this case, the common reality was the great city of Seattle and, by association, its neighboring municipalities.  The two…

U.S. China Public Perceptions Opinion Survey

21st May, 2012

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The Committee of 100, a group whose goals and functions are in line with The Tai Initiative’s, has been taking public opinion survey data on American and Chinese perceptions of one another for over a decade.  Overall, the committee takes the approach of carrying out three core programs–Education, Diplomacy, and Leadership Development.  I look forward…

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