Student Conference on US-China Relations
FACES seeks to bring together future leaders of the U.S. and China and provide them with a forum in which to build lifelong friendships and cultivate an appreciation of the importance of U.S.-China relations.
What do you want to do in 2009?
TRAVEL to Stanford and Beijing?
INTERACT with famous scholars, politicians, and CEOs?
MEET distinguished future leaders of America and China?
BECOME part of a prestigious worldwide student network?
INFLUENCE the future of U.S.-China relations?
Apply to be a delegate of FACES "On Common Ground" Conference 2009
Application online now at http://faces.stanford.edu/application
Deadline: Jan. 4th, 2009, 11:59pm
I’m writing to let you know about an opportunity that I think would be great for you. I am involved with an organization at Stanford called FACES (Forum for American/Chinese Exchange at Stanford). We organize a two-part conference program on US-China relations, called On Common Ground. The first of the two weeklong conferences takes place in April, at Stanford, and the second is in November at one of our chapter universities in China. FACES is a small, intimate conference where you will have the opportunity to hear influential speakers from the US and China discuss a broad range of current topics: politics, economics, religion, pop culture, etc.
Through our conferences, FACES seeks to bring together future leaders of the US and China and provide them with a forum in which to build lifelong friendships and cultivate an appreciation of the importance of US-China relations. I think that you would be great for our program!
The application for the On Common Ground 2009 conferences is now online at faces.stanford.edu/application, and I hope you will consider applying! Please also pass this on (with the attached flyer) to any friends who you think might be interested.
VP of Recruiting
Forum for American/Chinese Exchange at Stanford
Published: Thursday, November 20, 2008