From US$800 to US$2,000
The Committee of 100 (C100) is a non-profit leadership organization of prominent and extraordinary Chinese Americans in business, government, academia, and the arts. Founded by world-renowned architect I.M.Pei and internationally acclaimed cellist Yo-Yo Ma, among others, it is an institution of U.S. citizens of Chinese heritage.
For 30 years, C100 has served as a preeminent organization committed to the dual mission of promoting full participation of Chinese Americans in all aspects of American life and constructive relations between the United States and Greater China.
■ Positioned to serve as America’s preeminent forum for addressing the foremost issues in U.S.-China relations and the Chinese-American community in the U.S.
■ Considered to be among the most insightful and influential events of the year dedicated to the reflections and outlooks of U.S.-China relations
■ Unique once-in-a-year gathering of top practitioners, key opinion leaders, and other movers and shakers in the most relevant fields
■ Focused on critical issues from the perspectives of business, government, academia, and the media
■ Prominent past conference speakers include Dr. Henry Kissinger, 56th U.S. Secretary of State; Elaine Chao, 24th U.S. Secretary of Labor; Henry Paulson, 74th U.S. Secretary of the Treasury; Cui Tiankai, Chinese Ambassador to the U.S.; Stephen Schwarzman, Chairman and CEO of Blackstone Group; Hank Greenberg, CEO of C.V. Starr & Co. and former Chairman and CEO of AIG; and Michael Bloomberg, Former Mayor of New York City.
■ Gala will feature a special performance by Yo-Yo Ma, world renowned cellist
■ Opportunity to meet C100 members and important attendees during the evening gala dinner, various conference sessions, and the luncheon
■ Conference will commemorate the 40th Anniversary of the establishment of formal diplomatic relations between the U.S. and China
■ The conference will also celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the founding of C100 with the original co-founders I.M. Pei, Yo-Yo Ma, Henry Tang, Oscar Tang, and Shirley Young
This year’s topics include:
■ Reflections and outlooks by former U.S. Ambassadors to China
■ The rise of China’s biopharma industry
■ The evolution of U.S.-China relations by Dr. Henry Kissinger (invited)
■ Global financial services and the future of fintech
■ Asian Americans in the arts and entertainment