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  • Historic Nuclear Deal With Iran

    Historic Nuclear Deal With Iran

    Secretary Kerry (July 14): "Today, in announcing a Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, the United States, our P5+1 and EU partners, and Iran have taken a measurable step away from the prospect of nuclear proliferation, towards transparency and cooperation."

  • Same Sex Couples Have the Right to Marry Nationwide

    Same Sex Couples Have the Right to Marry Nationwide

    The Supreme Court ruled that same sex couples everywhere in the United States have the right to marry. Married same-sex couples will now enjoy the same legal rights and benefits as married heterosexual couples nationwide. President Obama: “When all Americans are truly treated as equal, we are more free.”

  • Ambassador Supports Special Olympics

    Ambassador Supports Special Olympics

    Ambassador Max Baucus and his wife Melodee Hanes attend 2015 Special Olympics East Asia Unity Gala fundraising dinner in Shanghai, June 12, 2015. (Photo: From left to right, Ambassador Max Baucus, Ms. Melodee Hanes and Hong Kong Special Olympics Athletes Director Mr. Sam Tam)

  • Ambassador Baucus in Tibet

    Ambassador Baucus in Tibet

    Ambassador Max Baucus looks out over Namtso Lake in Tibet, China. Ambassador Baucus, his wife Melodee Hanes, and several other U.S. officials are visiting the Tibet Autonomous Region to meet with officials and residents, and increase familiarity with local conditions there. (U.S. Embassy photo)


  • Death of Tenzin Delek Rinpoche

    "We are saddened to learn that Tenzin Delek Rinpoche, a Tibetan lama who has been a political prisoner since 2002, has died in prison. We express our deepest condolences to his family, friends, and supporters."-John Kirby

  • Supreme Court Decision on Marriage Equality

    No law should deny the right of gay and lesbian Americans to marry the person they love. Today, by making marriage equality the law of the land, the Supreme Court reaffirmed one of our founding principles – and our highest ideal – that we are all created equal--John Kerry


News About East Asia & The Pacific From Washington

Special Events

  • Thread

    The U.S. Consulate is sponsoring a unique and fun, all female, bassoon quartet from America called “Breaking Winds” at Sound Live bar in East Music Park on Sunday August 2 at 8 p.m. The event is free and will showcase this group’s comedic performance as well as their musical talents. Check here for more information.

College Chats


  • Job Opportunities

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

English Corner

  • Wednesday Lecture Schedule
    Wednesday Lecture

    Tourism in Florida

    Hannah Corrao and Marla Borkson, Consulate Staff

    14:30, August 5, 2015


  • Movie night
    Movie Night


    18:30, Thursday, August 20, 2015

    U.S. Consulate General Chengdu

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.


  • Zou Qi, Meiguo!



U.S.-China Friendship Volunteers

  • 20 Years of U.S.-China Friendship Volunteers
    20 Years of U.S.-China Friendship Volunteers
    The U.S. Consulate Chengdu is pleased to announce publication of a book celebrating twenty years of the U.S.-China Friendship Volunteers program. The book showcases the U.S.-China Friendship Volunteers’ history in four of China’s most diverse provinces with stories and photos from long-time volunteers. Find out more about the volunteers, their work and their experiences promoting goodwill and understanding between the U.S. and China with an eye to the future!


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

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