[April 21st] Afternoon | New Haven, CT:
Address at Yale University

Received by Yale President Richard C. Levin, President Hu will deliver an address at Yale University.

Yale will also host a panel discussion attended by Yale Law School Dean Harold H. Koh, China: Today, following President Hu's address.


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Yale and China
Following President Hu's address, Yale will host a panel discussion on China covering such topics of rule of law and human rights.

President Hu's visit coincides with this year's Robert L. Bernstein International Human Rights Fellowship Symposium, which will be covering the issue of The Demands of Memory: The purposes, forms and moral obligations of remembering atrocities. China is conspicuously absent from the agenda.


Additional Resources
Yale University Web site
Yale's Office of Public Affairs Hu Jintao Web site
Robert L. Bernstein International Human Rights Fellowship Symposium: The Demands of Memory: The purposes, forms and moral obligations of remembering atrocities


















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