Sino-American Bilateral Cooperation on Critical Common Goals
US-China Common Concern Committee
As the world's dominant superpowers, there are several critical areas of common concern in which we must work hand in hand, regardless of differences. This is the genesis of the US-China Common Concern Committee.
The committee is to be formed from experts throughout all of these disciplines, from both the United States and China.
While the strength of the bilateral relationship is prone to ebb and flow, the committee will remain stable force which can direct cooperation to benefit of humanity.
Adopting a "Sister Cities" Mindset
Analogous to how Sister Cities International conducts citizen diplomacy by developing municipal partnerships between cities throughout the world, the US-China Common Concern Committee (UC4) is seeking to create cross-border partnerships among local, regional, and national organizations working on areas of global common concern. Whether we're creating dialog between health clinics in Houston and Chengdu or solar energy startups in Silicon Valley and Shenzhen, the UC4 will engage in the art of cementing partnerships between the United States and China which can withstand the winds of change.
The UC4 is committed to people-to-people and expert-to-expert connections, and the future of both our bilateral relations and our planet begins with simply sharing expertise and best practices in a spirit of brotherhood and common destiny. If you represent any form of organization which seeks to become involved in these efforts, please be in touch, and we can begin building bridges today.