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Commentaries by James Chau

James Chau

President, China-United States Exchange Foundation

James Chau is the President of the China-United States Exchange Foundation.
  • Jan 19, 2024

    The China-United States Exchange Foundation cares about the issues impacting humanity, including climate change and climate justice. In this podcast, President James Chau speaks with Special Advisor for Global Goals Laura de Belgique. They discuss the link to health, the recent COP28 in Dubai, and collective action in 2024. Recorded in Bozeman, Montana.

  • Jun 29, 2023

    Just as a pianist practises a new piece of music slowly, with attention to every phrase, keeping the first signs of goodwill between Washington and Beijing on track calls for a disciplined use of words. More educational exchanges and people-to-people interactions will also help improve understanding and dispel fear and suspicion.

  • Nov 11, 2020

    We return this week with a special conversation with Kishore Mahbubani, the diplomat, academic, and author whose books help us understand and navigate the unfamiliar shifts overwhelming the world. ‘Has China Won?’ is his new release, about a country and a people he knows well, and the challenge it presents to American primacy. This, he describes as the foremost contest of the 21st century, where the US he writes has “abandoned” multilateralism, while China embraces it. Mr Mahbubani speaks with James Chau.

  • Mar 11, 2020

    Interview with Professor Gabriel Leung,Dean, Faculty of Medicine,University of Hong Kongon the outbreak of COVID-19March 5, 2020This is a rush transcript; an au

  • Feb 21, 2020

    When Dr Soumya Swaminathan was appointed Chief Scientist of the World Health Organization, she became the first-ever person to achieve this role. In the COVID-19 outbreak, she offers not only the skill and experience from 30 years in clinical care and research, but the ability to translate that into impactful programs shaped by equal parts of science and compassion. Last week in Geneva, she gathered the best in global science and R&D funders at a WHO meeting – as part of a wider action plan for the people of Wuhan, and beyond. But, as the weeks speed up, is there enough time to make a lasting difference?

  • Feb 11, 2020

    Interview with Dr. Bernhard Schwartländer,Chef de Cabinet and Assistant Director-Generalof the World Health Organization,on the outbreak of novel coronavir

  • Feb 06, 2020

    The response of health workers to the nCoV outbreak is being undermined by rumour-mongering.

  • Jul 11, 2019

    Once known for manufacturing cheap toys and textiles, China is increasingly known for developing innovative technology that's transforming the world and how we interact. But what triggered this change, and what opportunities does this innovation provide for everyone? With a growing pool of engineers, massive investment in infrastructure, and an expanding network of suppliers, China is positioned at a fascinating global crossroads. James Chau dives into the story.

  • Jul 03, 2019

    Three Chinese telecoms have been awarded 5G licenses, that could see the fifth generation of mobile communications roll-out to consumers as early as 2020. It will usher in an entirely new digital era of high speed and low latency, that will enable us to live and work ‘smart’ – and at a time when 55 per cent of the world's population lives in cities.

  • Jun 11, 2019

    Charles Stevens, a college student at the University of St Andrews, traveled along the Silk Road last year - the ancient route that has fascinated traders and travelers for centuries. Today, though, it has transformed into a modern journey full of opportunity and innovation that is charting a model for the global future. I sat down with Charles in Hong Kong, 60+ days after he left his home in London to begin his journey. It's an incredible real-life tale of adventure, business and infrastructure - but mostly, people.

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