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06/01/2021 No. 168
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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  
06/01/2021   Xinjiang: what the West doesn’t tell you about China’s war on terror
By Weijian Shan
In 2002, the US and the UN both declared a Uygur militant group a terrorist organisation. The US then considered China a partner in the war on terror. When the Trump administration delisted the East Turkestan Islamic Movement, it allowed the West to frame China’s anti-terror measures as ethnic persecution.
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06/01/2021   Afghan breakthrough signals great power settlement
By MK Bhadrakumar
Doha joint statement puts de facto moratorium on 'great game' maneuvers among US, China and Russia in war-torn nation.
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06/01/2021   What does it mean to be Asian American?
The label encompasses an entire continent of different cultural roots. Does it speak to a shared experience?
By Vox First Person
It consists of people from more than 50 ethnic groups, all with different cultures, languages, religions, and their own sets of historic and contemporary international conflicts.
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In this publication, we offer 1) “What does it mean to be Asian American?” by Vox First Person; 2) “Afghan breakthrough signals great power settlement” by MK Bhadrakumar; and 3) “Xinjiang: what the West doesn’t tell you about China’s war on terror” by Weijian Shan.

In the Music Section, we have the “Farewell” by Lee Shutong ( 送别); 《经典咏流传 第二季》 萨顶顶空灵嗓音唤醒千古绝唱 周笔畅唱响诗词经典 20190216 | CCTV:


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