Hu Shi (fourth from left in front row, in a 1944 photo) was a founder of the China Institute in New York. He was a reformer embraced both by the Chinese Communist Party in Beijing and the Nationalists who established the Republic of China on Taiwan. Also pictured are the publisher Henry Luce (second from left in back row) and his mother, Elizabeth Luce (centre in front row).

Amid historical reverberations, NY-based China Institute to address rising US-China tensions 

The non-partisan organisation’s event will examine the countries’ business ties, with panellists including Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz and former US Treasury secretary Henry Paulson

Topic |   US-China trade war

TOP PICKS

Hu Shi (fourth from left in front row, in a 1944 photo) was a founder of the China Institute in New York. He was a reformer embraced both by the Chinese Communist Party in Beijing and the Nationalists who established the Republic of China on Taiwan. Also pictured are the publisher Henry Luce (second from left in back row) and his mother, Elizabeth Luce (centre in front row).
READ FULL ARTICLE