Event description

Agenda

September 21, 2016

Zhi Xing Building 1L, Nanjing University Drum-tower (Gulou Campus)

*Conference is free and open to the public

08:30-9:00 Opening Session
  Chair: Liu Yawei, Director of The China Program, The Carter Center
08:30-09:20 Opening Address (10 minutes/person)
  Yang Zhong Deputy Party Secretary, Nanjing University

Hu Xijin, Editor in Chief, Global Times

Jordan Ryan, Vice President, Peace programs, The Carter Center

Philip Wainwright, Vice Provost for Global Strategy and Initiatives at Emory University

Huang Wei, Dean, School of Management, Xian Jiaotong University; Co-director, The Carter Center – Xian Jiaotong University Center for International Peace & Development

09:20-09:50 Keynote Speakers(10 minutes/person)
Yan Xuetong, President of the Institute of International Relations, Tsinghua University

Mary Bullock, Vice-Chair of the Asia Foundation

Terry Lautz, Moynihan Research Fellow, Syracuse University

09:50-11:20 PANEL I: U.S.- China Cultural Exchange
  Chair: Terry Lautz, Moynihan Research Fellow, Syracuse University
  Discussant:

Yan Xuetong, President of the Institute of International Relations, Tsinghua University

Terry Lautz, Moynihan Research Fellow, Syracuse University

  Speaker: (15 minutes each)
  Ma Bo Collaborative Innovation Center of South China Sea Studies, Nanjing University

Suggestion and Reflection of Sino-US People-to-People Exchange under the “New Type of Major-Power Relationship

  Suzuki Takeo, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

Challenges Universities and Chinese Students Face as the Number of Chinese Students in America Increases

  Jiang Youguo, Boston College

Liberal arts education in a changing society

  Zhang Bo, National University of Defense Technology

The Communication of China-US Military Education: Past, Present and Future

  Discussant’s remarks (20 minutes)
  Q&A (10 minutes)
   
11:20-12:50 PANEL II: U.S. – China Educational Exchange
  Chair: Zhu Feng, Executive Director of Collaborative Innovation Center of South China Sea Studies, Nanjing University
  Discussant:

Mary Bullock, Vice-chair of the Asia Foundation

Zhu Feng, Executive Director of Collaborative Innovation Center of South China Sea Studies, Nanjing University

  Speaker: (15 minutes each)
  Lucas Olson, American University

Explore the development of education institutions offering specialized graduate policy programs in China

  Cui Ge, The Center of Asia-Pacific and Global strategy Studies, Dalian University of Technology

China-US Fulbright Program and Its Role on the Promotion of Educational Exchange

  Juliette Zhu, Agnes Scott College

Columbia University’s Teachers College and the Modernization of Chinese Education, 1910-1940

  Wu Xiangning, the Institute of Advanced International Studies/School of International Relations, Sun Yat-Sen University

Still Waters Run Deep: Overseas Studies Bridge China-U.S. People-to-People Exchange

  Discussant’s  remarks (20 minutes)
  Q&A (10 minutes)
   
12:50-14:00 Lunch
   
14:00-15:30 PANEL III: The Impact of U.S.-China Exchange on Bilateral relations
  Chair: Shen Dingli Associate Dean of Institute of International Studies, Fudan University
  Discussant:

Shen Dingli Associate Dean of Institute of International Studies, Fudan University

Robert Kapp Senior Advisor of the China Program, The Carter Center

  Speaker: (15 minutes each)
  Zhao Siyang, Jinan University

How Educational Exchanges Affected Sino-U.S. Relationship by the Example of Diplomacy History of Republic of China in 1912-1949

  Liu Jiang, Minnesota University

Moving forward to higher Chinese Proficiency: A relay of Chinese Language Teaching

  Han Huichao, Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology

How the Cultural Interaction Promotes Sino-US Trade

  Hao Nan, Youth4DSDG Global under the Gap Year Scholarship Program

The Research on Establishment Mechanism of China’s Confucius Institute in the USA

  Discussant’s remarks (20 minutes)
  Q&A (10 minutes)
   
15:30-17:15 PANEL IV: U.S. – China Relations Beyond the Educational Exchange
  Chair: Liu Yawei, Director of The China Program, The Carter Center
  Discussant:

Ding Gang, Global Times Senior Consultant

Liu Yawei, Director of The China Program, The Carter Center

  Speaker: (15 minutes each)
  Sun Xihui, National Institute of International Strategy (NIIS), Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

“Dual Leadership” and FTA Strategies of China and the US in the Asia-Pacific

  Chen Yiyuan, China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations

How can China and US implement effective management and control over US arms sales to Taiwan

  Geng Zhao, School of International Relations and Public Affairs, Shanghai International Studies University

The Formulation of Cyberspace Norms Between China and the US: Problems and Directions

  Dong Chunling, China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations

Sino-US Relations in the Age of Obama: Evaluation and Prospects

Liu Chang,  Institute of International Relations, China Foreign Affairs University

The Research Status and Characteristics of Young American Experts on China Studies

  Discussant’s remarks (20 minutes)
  Q&A (10 minutes)
17:15-19:00 Dinner