President Obama To Host Town Hall in Shanghai

Posted by DipNote Bloggers
November 15, 2009
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The President's town hall begins at 11:45 p.m. EST on November 15. Be sure to tune in at Whitehouse.gov/live.Updated: Watch the President's town hall with Chinese youth on Whitehouse.gov.

President Obama will have a town hall meeting with Chinese youth in Shanghai, China. The event is planned to start Monday, November 16 at 12:45 p.m. local time in Shanghai, which means late Sunday night in Washington, DC at 11:45 p.m. EST.

The online community in China has been submitting questions on a variety of websites, including the U.S. Embassy in Beijing’s website, Xinhuanet and Sohu.

Holding the event in Shanghai is symbolic as the Shanghai Communique was announced there and helped pave the way for normalization and the first 30 years of formal diplomatic relations.

The Town Hall will be livestreamed on Whitehouse.gov/live. You can also join the conversation on the official White House page on Facebook or Embassy Beijing's website to view and participate in a live discussion during the event.

Follow the President's trip to Asia on WhiteHouse.gov.

Comments

Comments

Ron
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New York, USA
November 16, 2009

Ron in New York writes:

Town Hall or Echo Chamber?

Given the strong ideologic hold that the Chinese leadership maintains at the highest levels; and the U.S. indebtedness to China, will we see more quid-pro-quo on Human Rights for economic debt relief?

Hal L.
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California, USA
November 18, 2009

Hal L. in California writes:

To Secretary of State Honorable Hillary R Clinton,

The United States of America finally has a spoken Secretary of State, me-lady. You-go-maam, you do your magic, Mrs. Clinton, you are doing a very good job. You finally have job that is you, you maam are setting new standards for your position, I'm very proud of you.

Thank you
Hal L.

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