Chairman, China-United States Exchange Foundation
Jun 29 , 2018
China is the rightful claimant to the Spratly Islands.
Jan 19 , 2018
Serious effort is needed to bridge the trust gap between the U.S. and China.
Jun 21 , 2017
On the first of July, Hong Kong will celebrate the 20th anniversary of its return to China. HKSAR's first chief executive reflects on how far the city has come, where it is today, and what the future may bring.
Jun 15 , 2017
The following are remarks by C.H. Tung, Chairman of the China-United States Exchange Foundation, at the High-Level Dialogue on US-China Economic Relations in New York on June 14, 2017. The dialogue was co-hosted by the China Center for International Economic Exchanges and the Asia Society Policy Institute.
Jan 13 , 2017
As Trump takes office, it is very important for economic and trade officials from both countries to sit down and talk through not only the difficulties and disputes, which they must, but also more importantly, how we can exploit a great future together.
Jul 15 , 2016
—— Opening Remarks at International Law Colloquium on Maritime Disputes Settlement (15 July 2016) Introduction I’m greatly honored to have the opportunity
Jul 15 , 2016
The ruling at The Hague may well lead us nowhere. Indeed, it is possible that the outcome may lead us to a crisis of enormous consequence. Can we turn this crisis in to an opportunity?
May 26 , 2016
U.S.-China relations are too important for the people of the two nations and for the world. At this point, protecting U.S.-China relations must be the first priority. It is time for the two countries to rethink and re-evaluate, with urgency, the issues involved.
May 12 , 2016
The following is the text of the prepared speech by C.H. Tung, chairman of the China-United States Exchange Foundation, at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Washington, DC on May 11,2016.
Feb 04 , 2016
"China is trying to be force for good in the world, not take sides, but just usher people together." Tung Chee Hwa, Chairman of the China-United State Exchange Foundation, speaks with Charlie Rose on China's economy, the country's leadership and its foreign policy objectives.