Amid federal concerns over China, Bryant University has no plans to close U.S.-China Institute

BRYANT UNIVERSITY told Providence Business News Wednesday that it has no plans to close the U.S.-China Institute on campus. / COURTESY BRYANT UNIVERSITY
BRYANT UNIVERSITY told Providence Business News Wednesday that it has no plans to close the U.S.-China Institute on campus. / COURTESY BRYANT UNIVERSITY
SMITHFIELD – Bryant University has no plans to close the university’s United States-China Confucius Institute even though U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said publicly earlier this month that he hoped all such institutes on U.S. college campuses would be shut by the end of the year. When the U.S. announced Sept. 3 that it…

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