CHINA Town Hall - Webcast & Discussion

CHINA Town Hall - Webcast & Discussion

Webcast with former U.S. Ambassador Jon M. Huntsman Jr.; Discussion with Yangyang Cheng - Fellow, Yale Law School’s Paul Tsai China Center and Daniel Mattingly, Assistant Professor of Political Science

Wednesday, November 16, 2022 - 6:30pm to 9:00pm
Room 202, Henry R. Luce Hall See map
34 Hillhouse Avenue
New Haven, CT 06511

​Webcast interview between the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations and former U.S. Ambassador to Russia, China, and Singapore Jon M. Huntsman Jr.  Webcast will be followed by “U.S.-China Relations,” a discussion in response to the interview with Yangyang Cheng (Fellow, Yale Law School’s Paul Tsai China Center) and Daniel Mattingly (Assistant Professor of Political Science).

CHINA Town Hall connects leading China experts with Americans around the country for a national conversation on the implications of China’s rise on U.S.-China relations and its impact on our towns, states, and nation. The National Committee is proud to partner with a range of institutions and community groups, colleges and universities, trade and business associations, and world affairs councils to bring this important national conversation to local communities around America for the 16th consecutive year.

6:30 PM to 7:00 PM

Seating and Introduction

7:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Live Webcast with John M. Huntsman Jr., Former U.S. Ambassador to Russia, China, and Singapore

8:00 PM to 9:00 PM

“U.S.-China Relations”

Panel Discussion and Response with Yangyang Cheng (Fellow, Yale Law School’s Paul Tsai China Center) and Daniel Mattingly (Assistant Professor of Political Science)


In-person participants need not be Yale affiliates, but must be up to date with their COVID-19 vaccinations and comply with Yale’s visitor policy

Question Submission Guidelines

Audience member questions are the foundation of CHINA Town Hall, so the National Committee on U.S. China Relations needs to hear from you!

You may submit your question as a video (see below for instructions), or simply as text to be read out on-air.

Please use this form to submit your question/upload your video.

Video Question Instructions:

Record your video using a smartphone, tablet, or laptop. If using a smartphone or tablet, please record your video in landscape orientation.

At the beginning of the recording, introduce yourself by stating your name as well as the name and city of the CTH venue (e.g., the Yale University, Council on East Asian Studies), if any, you plan to attend on November 16.

Videos should be no more than 30 seconds long. Landscape orientation is strongly preferred to portrait orientation.

Look out for your question during the November 16 webcast!

If you have any questions regarding the submission process, please contact

Sponsored by the National Committee on U.S. China Relations and the Council on East Asian Studies