The American Mandarin Society

Supporting the development of the future stewards of U.S.-China relations

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Our mission

The American Mandarin Society is a non-partisan, non-profit, members-based organization that serves as a broad forum for the growing numbers of Americans who have studied, researched, and lived in Greater China since the early 1980’s, all of whom have Mandarin language capabilities. The Society aims to facilitate communication, intellectual synergies, cultural and educational exchanges, and other productive collaboration among Americans and Chinese in an effort to support the development of future stewards of U.S.-China relations.  

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Any AMS members want to meet up in DC?

Started by Nathaniel Hart Goldstein. Last reply by James Cunningham Mar 13. 5 Replies

Let's talk about Hong Kong

Started by Anthony Orlando. Last reply by Anthony Orlando Oct 7, 2014. 1 Reply

 
 
 

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Membership Eligibility

Members should be American citizens or permanent residents who have formally studied Chinese for at least one semester (or summer) and lived in Greater China during or after such studies.

Native speakers of Chinese are welcome to join as long as they are American citizens (or permanent residents) and continue to be engaged in issues relating to Greater China in a professional or personal capacity.

 

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