Event Details

AmCham China cordially invites you to attend the launch of our Government Affairs Breakfast Series: Xi’s Visit to the US on September 29, 8:00-9:30 am, at the Wuhan Room, 3F, Kerry Hotel.

The Government Affairs Breakfast Series is a great opportunity to network and share information with fellow members, while enjoying a delicious breakfast. The guest speaker for this inaugural breakfast will be Dr. RUAN Zongze (阮宗泽), Executive Vice President and Senior Fellow at the China Institute of International Studies (CIIS). He will talk about Xi’s visit to the US and its impact on China-US bilateral relations. The audience will be welcomed to ask questions and discuss their thoughts with the speaker. This is a unique opportunity for members to hear more about the state visit from the perspective of a Chinese academic.

If you are interested in attending this event, please contact Sijie Wang for registration by COB September 24. Please note that seats are limited. Should you have any questions, please contact Sijie at sijie.wang@amchamchina.org or 8519-0857.


7:30 AM - 8:00 AM
8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
Breakfast and Discussion


  • Zongze Ruan (Executive Vice President and senior fellow at China Institute of International Studies)

    Zongze Ruan

    Executive Vice President and senior fellow at China Institute of International Studies

    Dr. Ruan Zongze: Executive Vice President and senior fellow at CIIS,Editor-in-Chief of the CIIS journal - China International Studies, member of UNDP Human Development Report Advisory Panel, and member of ASEAN Regional Forum (ARF) Experts & Eminent Persons. Minister Counselor at the Embassy of the PRC in the United States (2007-2011), and diplomat at the PRC Embassy in the UK (1996-2000). Ph.D. at China Foreign Affairs University. Research areas include U.S. foreign policy, Chinese foreign policy, international security and development. Author of A Diplomat's Inside Story of America (Jiang Su People’s Publishing LTD, Nanjing, 2012), and The Rise of China and the Transition of East Asia Order: Shaping and Expanding the Shared Interests (Peking University Press, Beijing, 2007). Appearing frequently on China Central Television and other major media.

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