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Protocol Between the Government of the United States of America and the Government of the People's Republic of China for Cooperation in Educational Exchanges
Pages 239-242

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From page 239...
... ARTICLE I- GUIDING PRINCIPLES The Parties agree and affirm that the principal objective of this accord is to provide opportunities for cooperation and exchange in educational fields based on equality, reciprocity and mutual benefit. Recognizing differences in the societies and systems of the two countries, both Parties will initiate educational exchange activities based on their own as well as mutual interests.
From page 240...
... Each Party may select and sponsor qualified graduates of institutions of higher learning or equivalent from the other country to pursue degree or non-degree graduate programs of study and research in its own country. Fields of study will include the humanities, the social sciences, the natural sciences and the technological sciences.
From page 241...
... Materials may include books, periodicals, monographs and audio-visual materials. ARTICLE V—NON-OFFICIAL EXCHANGES The Parties agree to continue to encourage and promote direct educational exchanges and cooperation between educational organizations, universities, colleges, schools, research institutions and individuals of their respective countries.
From page 242...
... (B) Upon signature, this accord will become a part of the official agreements concluded under Article 5 of the Agreement between the Government of the United States of America and the Government of the People's Republic of China on Cooperation in Science and Technology signed January 31, 1979, extended January 12, 1984.

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