News & Events

USCET Spring Updates

April 28, 2014

This spring, USCET was in China to work with its American Cultural Centers at Beijing Foreign Studies University and Northeast Normal University, and traveled to other parts of China for more activities. Read more about our trip below!

USCET Leadership Featured on 'This is America' - China Roundtable

April 24, 2014

Ambassador Julia Chang Bloch and Advisory Council member Kurt Campbell were part of an esteemed panel of 4 experts discussing today's China, as part of the weekly international affairs television program, This is America and the World, hosted by Dennis Wholey. This session was also featured as one of the "TV Highlights" in The Washington Post.

You can take a look at their conversation here.




Kurt Campbell

Kurt Campbell Joins Advisory Council of the US-China Education Trust

January 30, 2014

The US-China Education Trust (USCET) is delighted to announce that Kurt Campbell, former Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs, has joined its Advisory Council. Dr. Campbell currently serves as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of The Asia Group, LLC, a strategic advisory and investment group specializing in the Asia-Pacific region. He also writes a regular column on Asian and foreign affairs for the Financial Times. From 2009 to 2013, Dr.

A Woman of the World: FROMzine Interview with USCET President Julia Chang Bloch

July 1, 2013

A Woman of the World: Exclusive Interview with the First Asian American Ambassador Julia Chang Bloch was published in the May/June 2012 issue of FROMzine Magazine. Due to website construction, the story has not been live on the site until recently. This article explores art, travel, work and dreams with USCET's founding president.

FROMZine is the first bilingual (English/Chinese) magazine that focuses on culture in both the U.S. and China.



USCET Celebrates Book Launch of History of the Organization of Chinese American Women

June 3, 2013

USCET founding president, Julia Chang Bloch, was one of many past presidents of the Organization of Chinese American Women (OCAW) that gathered to celebrate the launch of a publication chronicling the history of OCAW, which was founded in 1977 and is the largest and longest standing ethnic Chinese women's group in the United States.