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  • American Football Fellows

    American Football Fellows

    Cultural Affairs Officer Joshua Lustig and RSO Shamar Mitchell briefed three newly-arrived Gridiron Fellows about the Consulate and how the incoming Fellows can collaborate with the Public Affairs Section during their stay in China.

  • Ambassador Visits Disney

    Ambassador Visits Disney

    Ambassador Baucus stopped by the new Disney store in Shanghai, the largest of its kind in the world.

  • NSLI-Y Summer Program

    NSLI-Y Summer Program

    State Department English Language Fellow Nicole Kaup participated in the closing ceremony for the National Security Language Initiative Youth (NSLI-Y) Summer Program. Kaup delivered brief remarks reminding the participants how people-to-people exchanges like NSLI-Y strengthen the U.S.-China bilateral relationship.

  • Consulate-Sponsored Jazz Camp

    Consulate-Sponsored Jazz Camp

    Cultural Affairs Officer Josh Lustig spoke at the opening ceremony for the 2nd Shanghai Summer Jazz Camp. The camp featured classes for students of all ages and skill levels from American musicians and teachers from the Shanghai Conservatory of Music.

Highlights and Notices

  • Important Change to Your Passport

    The U.S. Embassy in Beijing, China, would like to inform U.S. Citizens that the U.S. Government will no longer be able to add additional visa pages to U.S. passports starting January 1, 2016. ...

  • New Education App

    The Shanghai Consular Section held its annual Student Visa Day to promote educational exchanges and to announce the launch of EducationUSA China’s new Virtual Adviser mobile app.

  • ‘Chopped’ Star Marc Murphy in Shanghai

    In collaboration with the State Department’s Diplomatic Culinary Partnership program as well as Post’s FSC and ATO, PAS supported the visit of acclaimed restaurateur and celebrity chef Marc Murphy.

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