Part II: CPD Video Conversations from Shanghai Expo Features the U.S. Pavilion

On June 29, the USC Center on Public Diplomacy's research team in Shanghai released a second video post focusing on the U.S. pavilion and its student ambassadors. This video post is the second of two parts; the first was released on June 21.

Titled "Brand Ambassadors," this latest CPD video blog highlights the experiences of the American student ambassadors in Shanghai. In Part II of this video conversation, the American students share their experiences as student ambassadors at the U.S. pavilion, including what they have learned about China and how they portray the U.S. to Chinese visitors. An American student also introduces himself and presents the pavilion program in Mandarin. Click here to watch the latest video blog.

This video is part of the Nation Branding at the Expo Shanghai 2010 project, which involves the Shanghai research team posting weekly video blogs highlighting select countries and their pavilions during the world expo. Click here to watch previous videos, including those focusing on the French and South African pavilions.

To read more about the Center's Nation Branding project, which includes a Media Monitor dedicated to tracking international coverage of the Expo, click here.

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