China Update - May 6, 2014


In This Issue:

- Quote of the Week

- U.S.-China Relations

- China News

- Energy & Environment

- Trade

- Excerpt from Quote of the Week:

“In 2013, the U.S. welcomed more than 1.8 million Chinese visitors and over 235,000 Chinese students. At the same time, more Americans are visiting China and learning Mandarin. Last year, more than 2 million Americans visited China. Currently, more than 51,000 Americans study Mandarin in the U.S., and more Americans study abroad in China than in Germany or Australia. We’re currently on track to reach President Obama’s goal of increasing the number of Americans studying in China to a total of 100,000 over four years.” – Assistant Secretary of State for East Asia and the Pacific Daniel R. Russel at the China-U.S. Symposium at Tufts University on April 18, 2014.

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