2023 Teachers Workshop
U.S.-China Relations: Coexistence in a Changing World
You are invited to our next Teachers Workshop on Thursday, June 28 at 3pm Pacific / 5pm Central / 6pm Eastern
This Workshop will examine how tensions past and present and the history of U.S.-China relations starting in the 1850s have influenced how we’ve arrived at where we are today. Join us for a discussion on the issues behind a path toward a more constructive U.S.-China relationship.
Resource for Teachers
What We Do
The 1990 Institute is a nonprofit that creates and supports educational programming and mobilizes collaborative leadership networks to improve mutual understanding, promote a constructive environment for U.S.-China relations, and champion the fair and equitable treatment of Asian Americans.
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