June 29, 1998 “Thank you. Thank you, President Chen, Chairman Ren, Vice President Chi, Vice Minister Wei. We are delighted to be here today with a very large delegation, including the First Lady and our daughter, who is a student at Stanford, one of the schools with which Beijing University has a relationship.
The following is the full text of Chinese President Jiang Zemin’s speech, entitled “Enhance Mutual Understanding and Build Stronger Ties of Friendship and Cooperation” delivered on the morning of November 1, 1997 at Harvard University. Mr. Jiang passed away on Nov 30, 2022 at age 96.
Washington, DC, July 15, 2022, — In the morning of July 15, Congresswoman Grace Meng delivered a keynote speech at 2022 United Chinese Americans(UCA) National Convention. She reflected her journey of becoming one of the first few Asian Congresswomen and encouraged attendees to remain united in the fight for racial justice and against anti-Asian hate… Continue reading Congresswoman Grace Meng Delivers Powerful Speech at UCA National Convention
WASHINGTON, March 29, 2022 – Today, Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley (MA-07), a member of the House Oversight Committee, participated in the committee’s hearing on universal healthcare coverage, a historic moment and momentum for the Medicare For All Movement.
Few Americans and Chinese today know the fame, glory and controversies of General Stilwell, who served as the Chief of Staff of Allied Forces in the China-Burma-India Theatre. As one of the most important yet controversial figures of WWII, General Stilwell left an intriguing legacy for historians to study and scrutinize. This essay, neither a… Continue reading Stilwell and China: A Hundred Years of Faith and Friendship
The last few days have been horrifying and difficult for all of us. We know many of you have questions, and we wanted to make our position, and our history, very clear: We stand with the Ukrainian people against Putin, his regime, and the Russian military invasion of Ukraine.
By United Chinese Americans (UCA) We at UCA are not only relieved, but encouraged to see the first positive step the DOJ has taken to end the flawed and controversial “China Initiative.”
Livingston, New Jersey, Jan 24, 2022, — On behalf of over 340 Asian American organizations across the nation, the Asian American Coalition for Education (AACE), welcomes the U.S. Supreme Court decision to review SFFA v. Harvard and SFFA v. UNC cases.
The following is a statement by UCA released on Jan. 22, 2022. United Chinese Americans (UCA) commends the U.S. Department of Justice’s decision to drop all criminal charges against Dr. Gang Chen, a Chinese American professor at MIT, and yet another victim of the China Initiative. Although Dr. Chen was accused of his relationship with… Continue reading UCA Statement on DOJ’s Decision To Drop All Charges Against Prof Gang Chen
Jan. 21, 2022, Washington, D.C. — A diverse coalition of one hundred (100) organizations from across the United States and Latin America have filed a petition in the Inter-American Commission for Human Rights (“the Commission”), detailing abuses by the U.S. government against Haitian and Central American refugees at the border and asking for Commission intervention.… Continue reading 100 Orgs Urge Inter-American Human Rights Commission to Investigate Abuses and Racism at the US Border