About the Center
CCUSC is the only institution in the Rocky Mountain region that has devoted in building a bridge in the search for mutual understanding, expanding its data-based research, policy engagement, education, and possible resolution of disputes among the people of the United States and greater China.
Housed in the Anna & John J. Sie International Relations Complex and part of the Josef Korbel School of International Studies, CCUSC promotes mutual understanding between the people of the United States and China through forums, conferences, and other programs. The CCUSC is dedicated to facilitating understanding of the changes in the political, economic, legal, social, and cultural landscape of China, bridging the search for mutual understanding between Chinese and American people. To accomplish its mission and vision statements, CCUSC accomplishes its goals by:
Inviting leaders in the field of U.S.-China relations to give public lectures (link to Jackson/Ho Forums) about issues affecting the relationship between the two countries
Offering conferences organized around specific themes
Hosting visiting scholars (link to Visiting Scholars) to foster academic exchanges
Publishing The Journal of Contemporary China(link to JCC)