U.S. - China Education Trust - Northeast Normal University

Center for American Culture



The U.S. - China Education Trust (USCET) is unique among organizations involved in US-China relations in its focus on serving China's scholars, professionals and future leaders with resources in concert with their own institutions. USCET projects build confidence, basic understanding, and trust between China and the United States through support for American Studies, Media Education, and American Governance programs at China's leading academic and policy institutions. USCET helps China's next-generation leaders understand American society in the context of the political, cultural, and economic forces that have given rise to American and its values.


The USCET and Northeast Normal University Center for American Culture provides a space to create a community and interactions that allow Chinese to better understand the United States, its culture, society, government, language, law, economic system and values. The center coordinates various programs that will make the most of the expertise and talents of the American expatriate community residing in China and Asia, as well as visits to China by American thought leaders, scholars, journalists, authors and others who can effectively communicate various aspects of U.S. experience to the Chinese public.


InfoUSA@NENU是中美教育基金会( USCET)在美国驻北京领事馆支持下成立的第二个美国文化中心。中心于2012年12月7日正式成立,包括一间阅览室,藏有大量珍贵英文资料可供读者阅读。中心自周一到周五上午八点至下午五点全年开放。

2015-2016 Programming Highlights

Chinese Leaders in American Studies (CLAS) Summer Institute
From July 13-30, 2015, USCET hosted the inaugural class of fellows in the Chinese Leaders in American Studies (CLAS) Summer Institute on American Social History and Policy at the Meridian International Center in Washington, DC.


12th Annual American Studies Network Conference
USCET hosted the 12th Annual American Studies Network (ASN) Conference, partnering with Peking University's prestigious School of International Studies on November 13-15, 2015. The theme of the conference was Locality and Transnationality: New Approaches to Understanding US-China Relations. The conference drew participants from over 46 universities across China and internationally.



Northeast Normal University

Liang Maoxin


Northeast Normal University



U.S. - China Education Trust

Julia Chang Bloch

Founder and President

U.S. - China Education Trust

Ambassador Julia Chang Bloch, the first Asian American to hold such rank in U.S. history, has had an extensive career in international affairs and government service, beginning in 1964 as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Sabah, Malaysia and culminating as U.S. Ambassador to the Kingdom of Nepal in 1989. From 1981 to 1988, Ambassador Bloch served at the U.S. Agency for International Development as Assistant Administrator for Food for Peace and Voluntary Assistance and as Assistant Administrator for Asia and the Near East, positions appointed by the president and confirmed by the Senate. She also was the Chief Minority Counsel to a Senate Select Committee; a Senate professional staff member; the Deputy Director of the Office of African Affairs at the U.S. Information Agency; a Fellow of the Institute of Politics at Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government, and an Associate of the U.S.-Japan Relations Program of the Center for International Affairs at Harvard.