The University of Chicago and the China-United States Exchange Foundation presented the third U.S.-China Forum hosted by the University of Chicago and co-sponsored by the China-US Exchange Foundation.  Featuring scholars, policymakers, and private-sector innovators to, the forum examined the way in which innovations in "rural" and "urban" settings are shaping our political, cultural, and economy dialogues.  Through a series of panel conversation between scholars and practitioners, this day-long conference illuminated how innovations in technology, communication, commerce, and entrepreneuership are dissolving the boundaries between the urban and rural. 

This year's forum took place on Thursday, October 12th at Ida Noyes Hall at the University of Chicago's International House.