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  • Ambassador Baucus Arrives in China

    Ambassador Baucus Arrives in China

    Ambassador Max Baucus arrives in China this week. After serving in the U.S. Congress for close to 40 years, Ambassador Baucus is looking forward to working in Beijing, to strengthen ties between our two countries and peoples. To find out more about Ambassador Baucus, please follow the link above.

  • First Lady to Visit China

    First Lady to Visit China

    First Lady Michelle Obama will visit China from March 20 to March 26. During her trip, she will meet with Madame Peng, as well as visit schools in Beijing. She will also travel to Xi’an and Chengdu.


  • Consulate Shenyang Launches Micro Grants Competition

    U.S. Consulate Shenyang is now accepting proposals for grant awards of up to $5,000 to support projects in the areas of Civic Engagement; Multilateral Engagement; Economic Issues; and Education and Culture/Sports/American Society. Click the above link to learn more about the contest and how to apply.

  • Consulate Speakers Program

    The Consulate Speakers Program helps connect the U.S. Consulate community with Chinese audiences in schools, universities, libraries, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and groups throughout Northeast China. The goal of our program is to broaden local understanding of the United States, as well as to promote dialogue and sharing of ideas between Chinese and Americans. The Consulate Speakers Program also provides an opportunity for English language students to practice their English skills and think critically about global issues.

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  • Secretary Kerry: Remarks on a 21st Century Pacific Partnership

    Some people might be skeptical of America’s commitment to this region. Well, let me be clear: President Obama made a smart and a strategic commitment to rebalance our interests and investments in Asia. My commitment to you is that as a Pacific nation that takes our Pacific partnership seriously, we will continue to build on our active and enduring presence.  

  • Remarks By Tom Donilon, National Security Advisory to the President: "The United States and the Asia-Pacific in 2013"

    Last November, I gave a speech in Washington outlining how the United States is rebalancing our global posture to reflect the growing importance of Asia. As President Obama’s second term begins, I want to focus on some of the specific challenges that lay ahead. This is especially timely because this is a period of transition in Asia. New leaders have taken office in Tokyo and Seoul. In Beijing, China’s leadership transition will be...  

  • New Process for U.S. Visa Applications

    As part of the U.S. Mission in China’s efforts to streamline the visa application process, the Embassy and all Consulates that issue visas are implementing a new visa appointment, fee payment and document delivery system starting on March 16, 2013. This system, already in use in several countries, will make it easier for applicants to schedule their visa interview appointments, pay visa processing fees, and check on the status of their issued visas.  

  • Obama Offers Sweeping Second-Term Agenda

    President Obama, in a nationally televised address to the American people, pledged to gradually withdraw 34,000 troops from Afghanistan over the next year, further reduce the U.S. nuclear arsenal, and launch a revamped immigration system.  

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  • March 20: Webchat on Visas, U.S. Education
    Curious about getting a visa to study in the U.S.? Curious about America’s colleges and education culture? Please join Consulate Shenyang and Education USA on March 20 at 3:00 pm for an online chat about these topics. Anyone can participate. Just come with questions. A link and more information will be posted before the event on the Consulate’s weibo accounts.
  • Security Message: March 1 Attack at Kunming Train Station
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