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The Mandarin Society promotes more productive U.S.-China relations by: 

  • serving as a platform and network for Chinese language-study alumni on China or U.S.-China policy issues;
  • creating a broad, inclusive network that extends beyond the traditional policy centers of Washington D.C. and Beijing to the many dispersed locations where alumni are active;
  • organizing Chinese-language policy talks by visiting officials and professionals from China
  • promoting the development of Chinese language studies in the U.S.;
  • organizing and facilitating opportunities for exchange and dialogue between U.S. and Chinese leaders and professionals;
  • organizing a Chinese-language leadership development program in Beijing
  • hosting an annual Chinese-language policy conference in Washington, D.C.
  • disseminating relevant works by members to the member community; and
  • publishing occasional policy briefs and editorials on issues of U.S.-China relations 
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