Anna Chennault International Cooperation

Connie Chung
Broadcast Journalism

Maya Lin

General Electric Company
Exemplary Work in Diversity and US-Greater China Business

The Committee of 100 will be holding its 14th Annual Conference on April 7-9, 2005 in the Washington, D.C. area at the Ritz-Carlton - Pentagon City. This two and a half-day conference, with expected attendance of over 700 persons, will provide a forum to discuss key issues related to U.S.-China relations and Asian Pacific American progress.

This year's conference theme is "Scaling Great Heights, Inspiring New Visions."
Our gala banquet will take place on Thursday evening, April 7, 2005. Our four honorees will be Anna Chennault (international cooperation), Connie Chung (broadcast journalism), Maya Lin (architecture), and General Electric (exemplary work in Asian Pacific American diversity issues and U.S.-Greater China business relations).

As for the program itself, we will have some exciting panels on current issues ranging from the latest in U.S.-China economic integration matters to the impact of Chinese adoptees on U.S. culture to the unveiling of the Committee's latest survey results on "American Attitudes Toward Greater China" to analysis of Asian Pacific Americans' progress in the political arena.

We sincerely hope you will be able to join us for our 14th Annual Conference and engage in dialogue with us around issues of common concern.

2005 Conference Co-Chairs

Major General
John L. Fugh,
US Army (Retired)

Robert W. Gee,
Gee Strategies Group

Norman C.T. Liu,
Executive Vice President,
GE Aviation Services

James M. Li,
CEO, JML Partners LLC and Former EVP, American Express Co.

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