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China Town Hall 2022
CHINA Town Hall 2022 (CTH), a national conversation now in its 16th year about how the U.S.-China relationship affects local communities, will feature former U.S. Ambassador to Russia, China and Singapore, Jon M. Huntsman Jr. This virtual conversation will be moderated by NCUSCR President Stephen Orlins. Following Huntsman’s talk, UC San Diego sociologist and Director of Fudan-UC Center Richard Madsen will give an in-person talk at the center’s partner The Bishop’s School on the increasing dissonance of the American Dream and the China Dream.

Speakers:
• Jon M. Huntsman Jr., former U.S. Ambassador to Russia, China, and Singapore (National, virtual)
• Richard Madsen, Distinguished Professor of Sociology, UC San Diego (Local, in person)
Moderator:
• Stephen Orlins, NCUSCR President (National, virtual)

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This webinar series is organized by the 21st Century China Center at the UC San Diego School of Global Policy and Strategy in collaboration with The Bishop's School. For more information on China activities, as well as recordings of previous webinars, please visit china.ucsd.edu.

Nov 16, 2022 04:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Jon M. Huntsman Jr.
Former U.S. Ambassador to Russia, China and Singapore
Former governor and ambassador to both China and Russia, Jon M. Huntsman, Jr., will be the featured speaker for CHINA Town Hall 2022. Governor, Utah, 2005-2009 U.S. Ambassador to China, 2009-2011 U.S. Ambassador to Russia, 2017-2019
Richard Madsen
Distinguished Professor of Sociology @UC San Diego
Richard Madsen has been called “one of the modern-day founders of the study of Chinese religion.” He recently edited a volume entitled “The Sinicization of Chinese Religions: From Above and Below,” examining the meaning and practice of the ongoing campaign to “Sinicize'' religious organizations in China. Madsen is the author of 15 books on Chinese culture, U.S. society, and U.S.-China relations, including the landmark studies “Chen Village under Mao and Deng,” its sequel “Chen Village: Revolution to Globalization,” “China and American Dream” and “China's Catholics: Tragedy and Hope in an Emerging Civil Society.” His works have explored a variety of vital themes in Chinese and Taiwanese civil society, exposing fascinating insights into often under-studied and difficult to research groups. Madsen directs the Fudan-UC Center on Contemporary China.