Investment Opportunities for US Chinese Diaspora Beyond Borders


United Cultures Innovation Center for International Cooperation and Harvard John F. Kennedy School of Government China Society co-organized the US-China Investment Trend Round Table Conference on October 16th, 2015 at Harvard University. The event was part of Global Diaspora Week 2015.

Mr. Nam Pham, the Assistant Secretary of Business Development of the Massachusetts State Government and Mr. Zheneng Wu, a Rajawali Fellow of Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, spoke to the attendees.

Mr. Pham talked about the current Massachusetts policy on welcoming international investment, supporting entrepreneurs, and keeping international talents. He also provided real cases regarding US-China business collaborations. Mr. Wu brought insights on China’s investment in the U.S. and Africa.

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Ms. Yameng Hu, the Co-Chair of Harvard John F. Kennedy School of Government China Society, said that the conference provided students an opportunity to understand US-China investment trend. Ms. Xin Li, the President of United Cultures Innovation for International Cooperation (UCIC), stated that the mission of UCIC is to foster communications and understandings between the U.S. and China, and the event was a great opportunity for people to see what was going on from the international investment perspective.