Major North American universities and organizations will hold summits and forums linking China and the United States every year. Such panels are opportunities to increase brand exposure and grow individual exposure.
Founded in 1997, Harvard College China Forum is North America’s leading and longest-running student-run conference on China. Dedicated to a constructive dialogue on the challenges, trends, and issues affecting China, the forum aims to engage leaders in business, academic, and politics in a discourse that offers insights and generates ideas. The annual forum typically takes place every April in Boston. Over a thousand delegates and nearly a hundred speakers attended the forum in 2018, making it the largest of its kind.
The California China Summit aims to build a communication platform for industry leaders and overseas elites to exchange insights about the current situation and future development, in order to inspire all the students in SoCal area. It's the largest and most influential US- China forum on the west coast of the United State, with 500+ attendees from 30+ universities.
PWCS is committed to build an influential platform that promotes communications between the two countries and establish connections among students oversea in the United States. With over 1500 attendees coming from 4 countries, 34 States and over 70 Cities, the inaugural PWCS in April 2016 has already become the largest student organized summit in the United States.
Founded in 2017, Michigan China Forum is a not-for-profit student organization registered at the University of Michigan. The mission of the Forum is to connect Michigan with China.
By inviting key figures across different industries to discuss the latest and most controversial topics, we are committed to empower the future leaders of the U.S., China and beyond to excel in a global landscape. The forum will serve as a platform for students and young professionals across different cultures to gain insights, dispel biases and engage in inspiring dialogues.
On the basis of inheriting and further developing the essence of previous forums, this year the forum shall continue to discuss developmental strategies and challenges China faces in the current international situation from multiple perspectives, as well as elaborating on the challenges and opportunities China might face in the future. In the previous years, communication between China and other countries around the world has been strengthened.