Professor Tsang was invited speaker at China-U.S. Relations Conference in Beijing
Professor Mun Tsang, Director of Center on Chinese Education, was an invited speaker in the education roundtable of the Conference on China-U.S. Relations in Beijing, November 14-17, 2005. Based on education-exchange activities organized by the Center on Chinese Education, Teachers College Columbia University, Tsang spoke about the importance of people-to-people and institution-to-institution education interaction between the U.S. and China, in addition to government-to-government interaction, for contributing to an overall beneficial and steady relationship between the two countries. The Conference was attended by leaders from government, business, and academe; and the George Bush Presidential Library Foundation and the George Bush School of Government and Public Service were two of the organizers. Tsang had a chance to inform Former President George H.W. Bush and other senior U.S. government officials about the contribution of Teachers College, through the Center on Chinese Education, to U.S.-China education relationship. See photos of Tsang with former President Bush of the United States, and with former Vice Premier Qian Qichen of China.
Professor Mun Tsang meeting with the former President George H.W. Bush of the United States:
Professor Mun Tsang meeting with with the former Vice Premier Qian Qichen of China: