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    • The issuance of Shanghai Communiqué

      The Joint Communiqué between the People’s Republic of China and the United States of America symbolizes the beginning of normalization of China-U.S. relations.

    • The Tenth Symphony - Peking Opera Fantasia

      The world premiere of “The Tenth Symphony - Peking Opera Fantasia”, a newly composed symphony jointly contracted by Shanghai Philharmonic Orchestra and Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra, was held at the Music Hall of Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra on January 29, 2019.

    • Family Run for cancer rehabilitation

      In 2011, Suzanne Calton, an American living in Pudong, Shanghai, whose mother died of breast cancer, came up with the idea of raising funds and donating them to Shanghai Cancer Rehabilitation Club to help the breast cancer patients rehabilitate and take part in social activities.

    • Boston Symphony Orchestra's first performance in Shanghai

      In March 1979, Seiji Ozawa led Boston Symphony Orchestra to visit China. It is the first foreign symphony orchestra to perform in China after the establishment of China-U.S. diplomatic relations and the “Cultural Revolution”.

    • Developing Pudong - Building a Modern Greater Shanghai

      In spring of 1981, Wang Daohan chaired an urban planning meeting of Shanghai, the first such meeting since the founding of PRC. He proposed to develop Pudong area in a planned way. Two years later, Shanghai established the overall goal for Pudong development.

    • US youngsters at Shanghai International Youth Interactive Friendship Camp

      As of 2018, totally 1,400 youngsters from 60 countries and regions, including 60 from Iowa, New York and other places in the United States, have attended the Shanghai International Youth Interactive Friendship Camp.

    • The opening of air service between US and China

      According to the aviation agreement between the two countries, the maiden flight from China to the United States with a stopover in Shanghai took off on January 7, 1981.

    • Shanghai Children’s Medical Center

      Shanghai Children’s Medical Center is built by the Shanghai Municipal Government and Project HOPE. It began construction in 1990s and opened in 1998.

    • New York University Shanghai

      NYU Shanghai was founded on October 15, 2012, as the first China-U.S. cooperative university with independent corporate capacity and degree conferring rights approved by the Ministry of Education of China.