In Conversation with C.H. Tung: Opening Up

Oct 28 , 2019 | Social Good

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In the second part of our interview with First Chief Executive of Hong Kong C.H. Tung, we discuss the impact and legacy of a historic meeting between the leaders of the U.S. and China in the midst of the Cold War, and China's momentous decision to reform and open-up. Between President Nixon and Chairman Mao’s first meeting, to President Jimmy Carter and Deng Xiaoping’s warm friendship, Mr. Tung shares his insights on how the people-to-people relationships behind the U.S. and China’s coming together led to an era of stability that ultimately created a safer, more prosperous world. This is our conversation. 


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