Southern California Chinese communities salute to 40 years of U.S.-China relations – The Los Angeles Post
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On January 19, nearly 500 people gathered at Pasadena Langham Hotel to commemorate 40 years of diplomatic relations between the United States and the People’s Republic of China.

Ambassador Zhang Ping, Consul General of the People’s Republic of China in Los Angeles, spoke of the current issues between the two countries, in the larger context of the institutional relationship that has developed over the last 40 years — now the most important bilateral relationship in the world.

Max Baucus

The evening’s keynote remarks were delivered by  Hon. Max Baucus , who had been United States Ambassador to China  since 2014 to 2017.

Li, Shechao, President of Chinese American Federation

The event organizer Chinese American Federation, partnered with more than 100 organizations across Southern California for the event.

Guest Eddie Chen said, today’s event is the most successful one in recent serial events.

Max Baucus (Middle)

Max Baucus (Middle)

Mt. Sac College Board of Trustee Jay Chen, (left 1), Congressman Ted Lieu (Left 2)

California Assembly member Phillip Chen (Left 1)

From Left: Dongmei Bai, Jay Chen, Haipei Xue, Mike Fong, SuWen Wang, Wenjian Zeng

Walnut City Council member Eric Ching (Right)

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