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HOW TO USE THE U.S/CHINA MEDIA BRIEF
The U.S./China Media Brief seeks to assist media outlets and journalists to cover U.S.-China relations. We offer easily-accessible information materials ranging from online interviews to written articles on Sino-American issues.
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U.S.-China Media Brief

"Understanding U.S.-China Relations through Mass Communication and Public Education"

The U.S.-China Media Brief has made an impact through various venues. Featured by the following:

Los Angeles Times World
In China, Bush remains a popular president
By Barbara Demick (Los Angeles Times)

Walk into the exhibit hall at Beijing's Cultural Palace of Nationalities and there is George W. Bush, larger than life on a 15-foot-high video screen, praising China's growth.

Read more "In China, Bush remains a popular president (Los Angeles Times)"

New York Times Rings
U.C.L.A.’s Pocket Guide to China-U.S. Relations
By Azadeh Ensha (New York Times)

To help American journalists headed to the Beijing Olympics strike more of a balance between what “we” think and what “they” think, UCLA’s Asian American Studies Center has released a brochure it calls a “U.S.-China Media Brief,” which contains pertinent statistics and concise explanations of the major issues confronting the two countries as the Olympics approach.

Read more "Rings: 2008 Beijing Olympics (The New York Times)"

ESPN The Magazine
REPORTING FROM ... THE BEIJING BUREAU
By Anthony Tao (ESPN The Magazine)

UCLA's Asian American Studies Center recently released its U.S.-China Media Brief, a 12-page primer that hits on all the major issues, like economy, trade, copyright, the environment and human rights.

Read more "Also on the Podium (ESPN The Magazine)"

Detroit Free Press
China expands its green agenda under the eye of Olympics
By Katie Merx (Free Press Business Writer)

As the Olympic Games get under way, Beijing has forced half of its 3.3 million vehicles off the road, halted construction and idled factories to try to reveal the blue skies it promised the world.

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LA18 TV
Kababayan LA
By LA18 KSCI-TV

This discussion with Jannelle So (Kababayan LA) and Stephanie Santos (UCLA Asian American Studies Center), looks at how the relationship between the U.S. and China affects Filipinos and Filipino Americans, with a focus on globalization of economies, labor rights, and the rise in anti-Asian sentiments in the U.S. Kababayan LA is the only Pinoy daily television news program in Southern California.

Read more "LA18 KSCI-TV Kababayan LA's discussion on the U.S.-China Media Brief"

UCLA Newsroom
UCLA Asian American Studies Center releases U.S.–China media brief
By Letisia Marquez (UCLA)

With the 2008 Olympics in Beijing less than a month away, the UCLA Asian American Studies Center has released its U.S.–China Media Brief, an innovative print and electronic tool aimed at providing detailed information on China and U.S.–China relations to journalists, policymakers and media pundits.

Read more "UCLA Asian American Studies Center releases U.S.–China media brief (UCLA Newsroom)"

China Books
UCLA's U.S./China Media Brief
By China Books

UCLA's Asian American Studies Center has produced a very handy 12-page "media brief" that may just be the only thing you need to learn something about China. It touches on all the hot-button issues including China's economy, trade, environment, and human rights; and comes with a very brief timeline that chronicles the 200+ years of US/China love/hate relationships. You will learn enough to pass as one of those "China experts" on the news networks.

Read more "UCLA's U.S./China Media Brief (China Books Blog)"

Danwei
UCLA's pocket-sized US-China Media Brief
By Danwei

UCLA's Asian American studies center has published a 'US-China Media Brief', a brochure with statistics and concise explanations of major Sino-American issues, including sections on the economy, trade, the environment, and human rights.

Read more "UCLA's pocket-sized US-China Media Brief (Danwei)"