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20 July, 2017

Earlier this year, Chinese professional Go player Ke Jie lost in a three-match series to AlphaGo, an artificial intelligence (AI) program. While a Chinese player may have lost in the game of Go, China is quickly becoming a leader in AI.

10 July, 2017

AmCham China celebrated the 241st iteration of US Independence Day with a huge event for the entire community. The party was a great success, with a final tally of more than 500 guests, 600 hotdogs consumed, and a 63 mph pitch from the US Ambassador.

22 June, 2017

Around the globe, the pace of change seems to have accelerated, leaving students and parents uncertain about the future. Beijing’s international schools are finding new ways to ensure students have the skills they need for whatever comes next.

18 May, 2017

The 2017 American Ball was a royal success at both having fun and at raising money for charity and attendees were treated to a host of entertainment

26 April, 2017

Olympic and World badminton champion, Xie Xingfang, hosted the first AmCham China Badminton Tournament at a great day of fun and sport.

10 March, 2017

Steven Covey has been changing the way people think about leadership and success. Few realize that he didn’t write “7 Habits of Highly Effective People,” until after he had taught the principles at his leadership classes for many years.

03 March, 2017

An analysis of some of the differences between Chinese and Western business cultures that lead to public-relations crises and ways to avoid them.

25 January, 2017

The staff at AmCham China take their jobs seriously – and their vacation travel. This Spring Festival we will travel a combined 37,681 kilometers!

22 November, 2016

On November 29, 2016, all Chinese individuals carrying maximum validity (10-year) B1/B2, B1, and B2 visas in passports issued by the People’s Republic of China must have a valid EVUS enrollment in order to travel to the United States.

15 November, 2016

Read an excerpt of Hanes’ moving speech on societal barriers to women from the inter-chamber series “Career Women Forward.”