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SingTaoTV interview

July 22, 2015

PeopleDaily BEIJING, June 26 — “The mystic chords of memory…will yet swell…when again touched,as surely they will be, by the better angels of our nature.”

In his first inaugural address 154 years ago, Abraham Lincoln appealed to the best qualities in the human spirit to navigate the United States through the storm of civil war that lay ahead.  More…

NewChinaTVAn American filmmaker is producing a 90-minute documentary to debunk myths Americans have about China and Chinese have about America. More…

The Wall Street JournalMore than 200 years ago, at the South Carolina convention that debated ratification of the U.S. Constitution, Charles Pinckney described the new country as “a republic, where the people at large, either collectively or by representation, form the legislature.” More…

The Sacramento BeeIn 1776, John Adams wrote that “equal interests among the people, should have equal interests in the representative body.” As fundamental a value as this is, it has proved quite difficult to preserve throughout our history. More…

KQED NewsSeveral months of quiet whispers have quickly turned into a resounding buzz — and a nervous buzz, no less — about a case pending before the U.S. Supreme Court that questions whether it’s constitutional for independent state commissions to have the sole power to draw political district maps – KQED News.

Los Angeles TimesFormer Govs. George Deukmejian, Pete Wilson and Arnold Schwarzenegger, along with the California Chamber of Commerce, GOP mega-donor Charles T. Munger Jr. and entrepreneur Bill Mundell, submitted a brief late Friday stating their support for an independent commission that crafts a state’s districts, rather than restricting the task to state legislatures. More…

Hurun ReportGuests including nearly 50 Chinese entrepreneurs, senior government officials, domestic and foreign business leaders, celebrities, executives and media gathered for the Entrepreneur Summit and Awards Dinner.  More…

C100The Committee of 100 is a leadership organization of prominent Chinese Americans in business, government, academia, and the arts. For over 20 years, the Committee has served as a substantive bridge in the U.S.-China dialogue by fostering regular exchanges with the leadership of Beijing, Taipei, and Washington. Members of the Committee of 100 are leading U.S. citizens of Chinese descent who leverage their collective influence, resources and experiences to address important issues affecting U.S.-China relations as well as significant concerns of the Chinese American community. More…

Bold bets on international cooperation are often grounded in similarities. But, sometimes differences can be more powerful drivers of common cause. There is probably no area that illustrates this better than the opportunity for U.S.-China cooperation on clean technology. Both nations should be doing more together now to drive the innovation and commercialization of technologies that keep the planet livable and facilitate the growth needed to meet human needs. More…