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12/01/2015 No. 100
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This website aims at improving the Sino-U.S. relations and promoting peace between the mainland and Taiwan. It is published at a critical juncture in Chinese and American history when both countries can celebrate a fruitful mutual engagement, yet face some uncertainties for their long-term interactions.
It is run by the China-U.S. Friendship Exchange, Inc., which was founded in Northern California in September 2006 by Dr. Sheng-Wei Wang, a scholar, writer and media figure. The site will host monthly web publications by invited experts on major China-U.S. issues and related Taiwan topics. Forums and book publications are planned as the website further expands in the future.
New Articles  
12/01/2015   Chasing Dragons: the True History of the Piasa (Chinese Edition)
By Mark Nickless, Laurie Bonner-Nickless and Sheng-Wei Wang Translator Sheng-Wei Wang
"Piasa" was once a magnificent and gigantic piece of painted rock art, which had two fearsome monsters in it. It was located in today's Illinois, high on a cliff northwest of St. Louis, overlooking the Mississippi River.
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12/01/2015   Ma Yun’s Speech at the ECONOMIC CLUB OF NEW YORK on June 9, 2015
By Ma Yun
I’m so honored. I never expect there are so many people coming here to listen to my talk.
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11/01/2015   Article 9
By Yung-Sheng Cha
The Japanese Parliament just approved legislation which reinterprets Japan’s constitution and fundamentally changes the way Japan uses its military.
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In this publication, we offer 1) “Chasing Dragons: the True History of the Piasa (Chinese Edition)” by Mark Nickless, Laurie Bonner-Nickless and Sheng-Wei Wang; and 2) “Ma Yun’s Speech at the Economic Club of New York on June 9, 2015” by Ma Yun.


In the Books & Writings Section, we introduce Chasing Dragons: the True History of the Piasa (Chinese Edition)” by Mark Nickless, Laurie Bonner-Nickless and Sheng-Wei Wang.


In the Music Section, we have Celine Tam (譚芷昀) singing “My Motherland” (我的祖國) and more:



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