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.

Experts Exchange: Charles Sie
Charles Sie
Nankai International Business Forum
Charles Sie

Charles Sie is vice chair of the Nankai International Business Forum, visiting professor of Nankai University, Tianjin, China, and advisory board member of International Bridges to Justice.
Charles Sie


Competition but not Confrontation at the Olympics
Charles Sie

[keywords: sustainable political relationship, democracy, feudal system, rule of law
Charles Sie

The 20,000 reporters from all over the world covering the Olympics in Beijing would do well to follow the spirit of "Competition but not Confrontation."  They should understand the only sustainable political relationship between the Chinese people and their government has to evolve from China’s own historical perspective. We should share our sense of values and experience with China but not to dictate to her on what that relationship should be.
Charles Sie

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