On Monday, the President will deliver a major address on U.S.-China
relations at Beijing University, which is celebrating the centennial
anniversary of its founding in 1898. It is China's oldest and most
prestigious institution of modern higher education and has played an
important role in developing China's leaders in the 20th century.
Beijing University currently has an enrollment of approximately 20,000
students, more than 40 departments, and a faculty of about eight thousand.
The President will proceed to the American Embassy in Beijing, where he
will meet and make remarks to the embassy staff. The President departs
for Shanghai in the evening.
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