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Statement Regarding the Recent Rise in Violence Against Asians
The recent surge in violence against Asians in America has raised concerns about how we can all live and work together. We stand in solidarity with other groups in condemning intolerance, hatred and violence against the Asian community...
The Chinese embassy and consulates are facilitating visa processing for individuals inoculated with Chinese COVID-19 Vaccines
March 15, 2021
Individuals who have been inoculated with the Chinese COVID vaccine, obtained the vaccination certificated, and fit any of the following criteria can now process visas in accord with pre-pandemic guidelines.
Bob Kraft Appointed to the U.S. China Chamber of Commerce Board of Advisors
November 30, 2020
It is my honor, on behalf of the whole organization of the U.S. China Chamber of Commerce (USCCC), to announce that FirstPathway Partners CEO and Chairman, Bob Kraft has accepted his appointment as Advisory Board Member of the USCCC.
U.S.-China Chamber of Commerce now provides assistance in procuring Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
June 1, 2020
With its extensive contacts in both the U.S., China, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Singapore and other countries, USCCC has been assisting many U.S. companies and entrepreneurs in procuring personal protective equipment (PPE) including face masks, face shields, gloves, hand sanitizers, and others. The market is filled with scams, poor quality products, and USCCC is using its best efforts to help U.S. buyers navigate the process.
The United States of America-China Chamber of Commerce (“USCCC”) and its sister organization, The United States of America-Vietnam Chamber of Commerce (“USVCC”) are greatly saddened by the passing of U.S. Senator John McCain.
Senator McCain was a true American hero who served his country with dignity and honor in both his distinguished military and political careers. Despite being made a POW during the U.S.-Vietnam war, Senator McCain became a dear friend of the Vietnamese people and did much to help Vietnam and the United States to harmonize political and trade relations.
“Senator McCain was a classy man,” said Siva Yam, president of the U.S.-Vietnam Chamber of Commerce, “and he worked tirelessly to help build new bridges and heal the wounds of war between the two countries”
Our thoughts and prayers are with the McCain family during this most difficult time.