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Secretary Clinton Hosts China's President Hu


Bureau of Public Affairs
January 19, 2011

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On January 19, 2011, Secretary Clinton, Vice President Biden and Dr. Jill Biden co-hosted a State Luncheon in honor of Chinese President Hu Jintao, at the Department of State.   Later, Secretary Clinton, Vice President Biden and Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack show President Hu a model of the proposed China Garden in the National Arboretum.   Also, Secretary Clinton and Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi signed a memorandum of understanding establishing the U.S.-China Governors Forum.

Remarks
01/19/2011 Remarks at State Luncheon in Honor of Chinese President Hu Jintao
01/18/2011 Interview With George Stephanopoulos of ABC's Good Morning America
01/18/2011 Interview With Erica Hill of CBS's The Early Show
01/18/2011 Interview With Meredith Vieira of NBC's Today Show
01/18/2011 Interview With Emma Wu of CCTV

Press Releases / Fact Sheets
01/21/2011 Memorandum of Understanding concerning the establishment of the U.S.-China Governors Forum to Promote Sub-National Cooperation
01/19/2011 Strengthening U.S.-China Sub-national Cooperation: The U.S.-China Governors Forum
01/19/2011 The U.S.-China Chinese Garden Project at the U.S. National Arboretum
01/19/2011 Expansion of U.S.-China EcoPartnerships Program

President Obama Welcomes President Hu of China to the White House



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Secretary Clinton with a garden model during President Hu Jintao's state visit to Washington. Several U.S. statesmen attended the luncheon presentation including Vice President Joe Biden, right of President Hu.
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Secretary Clinton with a garden model during President Hu Jintao's state visit to Washington. Several U.S. statesmen attended the luncheon presentation including Vice President Joe Biden, right of President Hu.



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