Association of China-US Cultural Communication and Education
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ACCCE Programs

Association of China-US Cultural Communication & Education (ACCCE) is a non-profit organization located in Albuquerque New Mexico. We contribute to sponsoring students, researchers and professionals with stimulating learning opportunities in China and the U.S. in the field of communication, journalism, business administration, engineering, technology, science, etc. We help students, researchers and professionals explore highly-evaluated study-abroad and exchange programs at universities, research institutes, professional organizations in China and the U.S. These programs ensure clear expectations for all participants.

Our primary purpose is to help every participant reach the highest possible level of academic achievement with a specialized high quality study program. We are committed to assisting every participant to discover the outside world, enhance intercultural communication skills, and broaden international visions to create a bright career development future.

Since 2010, ACCCE has contributed to planning and implementing significant intercultural communication andexchange programs for Chinese students, researchers, and professionals. All of the programs have provided these participants with valuable opportunities to gain unique training at a cultural diversified learning environment in the U.S. At the same time, ACCCE works with highly-ranked research institutes and completes large-scale research programs in the field of mass media, journalism, strategic communication, and intercultural communication. In the near future, ACCCE will develop and sponsor new intercultural communication programs specifically for American students, researcher, and professionals, and have them go to China for cross-cultural exchange activities.

Among ACCCE's completed research programs, the largest one was conducted by working with a top-notched mass media and journalism research institute through September to December in 2011. The study was to examine awareness, usage, and evaluation of the professional news services provided by China Central Television (CCTV) through Reuters or Associated Press Television News (APTN) or from its website. It also attempted to understand the important factors that influence the mindset of American broadcasters when deciding what and how content from foreign news agencies may be used for their newscast and websites. We collected 605 interviews with news directors of televisionnetworks/stations, and head of digital/online department or managing editors of daily newspapers (whose circulation size is 75,000 or more) in the U.S. about their use and evaluation of the wire news services provided by CCTV.

Visitors Experience Early Childhood Education

 Maryland Charles County Public School District
October 27, 2013

On October 11, a mad scientist made bubbles with dry ice and gave carbon dioxide baths to Dr. Samuel A. Mudd Elementary School’s youngest students. These students also used the opportunity to show 12 educational specialists from China how Charles County Public Schools (CCPS) takes hands-on learning to a new level.
The Judith P. Hoyer Early Child Care and Family Education Centers, also known as the Judy Centers, coordinated the activity for more than 50 students enrolled in the program at Dr. Mudd. The Judy Centers serve children in Title I school districts in Maryland from birth through kindergarten. Coordinator of the Judy Centers Leigh Stalter, worked with contract services to provide fun interactive science activities, including in-class performances. Congressman Steny Hoyer’s office organized the visit to Dr. Mudd with the Association of China-US Cultural Communication and Education (ACCCE). The goal of the ACCCE is to collaborate between American and Chinese professional and educational organizations and to exchange practices from both countries. The Chinese visitors came to learn and exchange educational experiences. While at Dr. Mudd, the visitors learned of many activities provided to students and families such as take-home activities for parents and children to complete together, family nights with fun educational activities and tutoring for children needing extra help in math, science or language and literacy. 
This was the first year the ACCCE visited CCPS. Stalter, took the Chinese guests to a kindergarten, prekindergarten and three-year-old classroom. The three-year-old classroom had an in-class assembly with a Mad Scientist who kept the students engaged by asking questions throughout the performance. The prekindergarten and kindergarten classrooms were setup in four centers. Students learned what and why objects sink and float, what materials stick to magnets, what items melt, and how to engulf a human into a bubble. The visitors worked with students and saw how the teachers and children work together.
The Judy Center, serves kindergarten, prekindergarten and the three-year-old program at Dr. Mudd. Dr. Mudd is one of three CCPS elementary schools served by the Judy Center. Along with the components of the Judy Centers, there are four goals that CCPS focuses on each year. One is to identify children and their families before they are school age and connect them with services and activities. The other three goals are to increase Language and Literacy, Math Thinking and science testing scores. 
While in the United States, the ACCCE visited schools in St. Mary’s County, Charles County, New York and Boston. The main headquarters for the ACCCE is in Albuquerque, New Mexico, but members of the group come from different Chinese provinces.

Chinese students' experience in the U.S.

American Impression

Learning Experience

Favorite Place

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American Dream

Perspectives and Best Wishes