Former USCET Intern: Trump’s WeChat ‘ban’ is unconstitutional. A new lawsuit shows why

August 26, 2020

The Trump administration's executive order banning WeChat, the popular Chinese social networking platform, caused massive outrage among the Chinese diaspora and business community in the United States. In recent days, the executive order has come under fire for violating the right to receive foreign speech and faced legal challenges. Former USCET intern and practicing Washington D.C. lawyer, Song Yi, breaks down why the executive order is unconstitutional in her op-ed "Trump's WeChat 'ban' is unconstitutional. A new lawsuit shows why."

USCET Advisory Council Members Cooperate to Help Jefferson Healthcare Fight COVID-19

June 4, 2020

Port Townsend, Washington - home to US-China Education Trust Advisory Council Member Dr. Robert (Bob) Kapp, like much of America, was not well-prepared to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic. Thanks to his friend of many years, another USCET Advisory Council member Changan Tien  and the latter’s generosity, Port Townsend’s only hospital – Jefferson Healthcare (JHC) became better equipped to fight COVID-19.