Experts Exchange
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Phone: 310 825 2974
Fax: 310 206 9844
contact: Prof. Russell C. Leong
Prof. David K. Yoo
Mission of the
U.S./China Media
and Communications
Program at UCLA

Our mission is to create, promote, and disseminate a more balanced understanding of the interrelationship of the countries, peoples, and cultures of the United States and China through the tools of mass communication and public education.

Four strategic areas make up the U.S.-China Media and Communications Program, housed at the UCLA Asian American Studies Center at the University of California, Los Angeles.

"To Create Balanced & Informed Views on the U.S., China, and Chinese Americans"


Global Connections EditionThe U.S.-China Media Brief is a unique online media tool developed by UCLA's Asian American Studies Center for all those who are interested in obtaining a clearer and more balanced understanding of U.S.-China relations today. The Center contributes to the balanced understanding of today's Asian and Pacific Americans from diverse local and global perspectives.

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.

Contents of the latest U.S./China Media Brief can be found here.

Information Tool: Key in for Topics
Locate a topic through our search bar. Use keywords such as media, American and Chinese labor unions, human rights, etc. to find the relevant material for your inquiry.

Listen to English-language Podcast and YouTube interviews: With Experts from the U.S. and China
Experts and scholars in Sino-American relations share their views. You can download audio and video podcasts in MP3 format as well as watch our interviews on YouTube.

Contact Our Experts Today: Los Angeles, San Francisco, Beijing, Hong Kong, Taipei, Shanghai, & Geneva.
Contact our experts, authors, and scholars on the subject of U.S.-Chinese relations. In our Experts Exchange section, you can find critical insights and analysis on current U.S.-China and on Chinese Americans issues, which affect both nations on a domestic and global context.

Find Related Links
The U.S./China Media Brief Website offers links related to your area of interest. For example, if you are interested in Labor within both countries we provide links to human rights issues as a way of providing a broader understanding of each issue.