U.S.-China Relations, Sports and Cultural Diplomacy Panel
Retired basketball star Yao Ming joined NBA Commissioner Emeritus David Stern to discuss the role that basketball and the public diplomacy… read more
Retired basketball star Yao Ming joined NBA Commissioner Emeritus David Stern to discuss the role that basketball and the public diplomacy and soft power have played in U.S.-China relations.
The opening remarks of the conference were made by Cheng Li and Qu Xing.
“Sports and Cultural Diplomacy” was a panel of “35 Years of U.S.-China Relations: Diplomacy, Culture and Soft Power.” The event marked the anniversary of the establishment of full diplomatic relations on January 1, 1979. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- William J. Antholis Managing Director and Sr. Fellow Brookings Institution->Governance Studies Program
- Cheng Li Senior Fellow and Research Director Brookings Institution->Thornton (John L.) China Center
- Yao Ming Basketball Player (Former)
- Xing Qu President China Institute of International Studies
- David Stern Commissioner (Former) National Basketball Association
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