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  • Assistant Secretary on Asia’s Role in the World

    Assistant Secretary on Asia’s Role in the World

    United States Assistant Secretary for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Danny Russel spoke at the Brookings Institution on December 16, 2014 with scholars from the Korean Institute for Advanced Studies and the Peking University School for International Studies.

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  • Secretary Kerry Delivers Remarks at APEC

    Secretary Kerry Delivers Remarks at APEC

    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, flanked by U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman, delivers his opening remarks to a group of 21 Foreign Ministers gathered for the 2014 Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Ministerial meeting in Beijing, China, on November 7, 2014. [State Department photo].

  • Secretary on U.S.-China Relations

    Secretary on U.S.-China Relations

    Secretary of State John Kerry delivers remarks on U.S.-China relations at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies in Washington, D.C. on November 4, 2014. (State Department image)

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  • CG Greene Holds Press Conference with Chengdu Media.

    CG Greene Holds Press Conference with Chengdu Media

    On Oct. 30, Consul General Raymond Greene held a press conference to introduce himself to Chengdu media. CG Greene arrived as the Consul General to the U.S. Consulate in Chengdu on Sept. 25, 2014. Following are his remarks to the media:

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  • Obama on U.S. Policy Changes Regarding Cuba

    " In the most significant changes in our policy in more than fifty years, we will end an outdated approach that, for decades, has failed to advance our interests, and instead we will begin to normalize relations between our two countries."

  • Obama Charts New Course on Cuba Policy

    “We will end an outdated approach that … has failed to advance our interests,” President Obama said in a televised address December 17 announcing a major shift in U.S. relations with Cuba.

  • State Department: U.S., China to Extend Visas for Short-term Business Travelers, Tourists, and Students

    Starting November 12, the United States and the People’s Republic of China will reciprocally increase the validity of short-term business and tourist visas and student and exchange visas issued to each other’s citizens. Chinese applicants who qualify for a B-category nonimmigrant visa (NIV) may now be issued multiple-entry visas for up to 10 years for business and tourist travel. Qualified Chinese students and exchange visitors and their dependents who qualify for F, M, or J-category visas are now eligible for multiple-entry visas valid for up to five years or the length of their program.


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Consulate Library

  • Consulate Library

    Hours of Operation

    Please bring your photo ID to enter the library. The library will be closed on American and Chinese holidays.

English Corner

  • Wednesday Lecture Schedule
    Wednesday Lecture

    Winter Sports in America

    Heidi Hartman, Consulate Staff

    14:30, January 7, 2015


  • Movie night
    Movie Night

    The Hudsucker Proxy

    (Length: 111')

    18:30, Thursday, January 15, 2015


U.S. Citizen Services

  • U.S. Citizen Services The American Citizen Services Unit at U.S. Consulate General Chengdu provides services including passport renewals, extra passport pages, birth reports, notaries, and Certificates of Marriageability


  • Job Opportunities

    If you are interested in applying for a position at U.S. Consulate General Chengdu, please follow the link for details.

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