>Sign up to go to a China Town Hall on Thursday (or Friday if you’re in Asia)

Sign up to go to a China Town Hall on Thursday (or Friday if you’re in Asia)

Events in China, and America’s response, have a direct impact on all our lives. The second CHINA Town Hall on Thursday, 17 April 2008, is organized by the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations. China Town Hall is a national day of programming designed to provide Americans in up to 40 cities with the opportunity to talk directly to experts, after a telecast presentation from Washington DC. The nationwide talk will be given by political analyst Norman J. Ornstein of the American Enterprise Institute, and will be followed by presentations by on-site China specialists who will address topics and answer questions related to issues of particular interest to the local community. Each program is cosponsored by the National Committee and a local organization. This is a unique opportunity, and available in many places throughout the United States, including Phoenix (where I am now), and in a few Asian cities, too. But not in Great Barrington, Massachusetts, pop. 7700. Maybe next year.

Enlightening interview about recent events in Tibet here at Fox News “Happy Hour.” Seriously.

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