Minister-Counselor Zhang Min Met with the Professor
and Students of the Clemson University of the U.S.


On November 3, 2017, Minister-Counselor Zhang Min, Director of Congressional and Sub-national Affairs Office of the Chinese Embassy in the United States, held a discussion with the professor and students from the Clemson University in South Carolina, U.S. Counselor Qin Zhanpeng, Counselor Xu Min and some other Chinese diplomats were present.

During the meeting, Minister-Counselor Zhang briefed the group on the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, China's development, the U.S. President Donald Trump's upcoming visit to China and China-U.S. relationship, encouraged them to have a better understanding of China, proactively support and participate in promoting China-U.S. friendship and make due efforts to the growth of bilateral relationship. Minister-Counselor Zhang and his colleagues also answered the questions raised by the U.S. side regarding the opportunities and challenges in China's future development, the U.S.-China economic and trade cooperation, DPRK nuclear issue, the Belt and Road Initiative, climate change, and etc.

The meeting lasted for one and half hour with frequent interactions and lively atmosphere. The U.S. side said that they felt honored to have a chance to visit the Chinese Embassy and found the discussion very helpful and inspiring for their better understanding of China's development and U.S.-China relationship. They expressed the hope that more progress would be made in the U.S.-China relationship after President Trump's visit to China.



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