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Clark T. (Sandy) Randt, Jr., Ambassador to China



Ambassador Randt addresses Dongxiang minority students in Gansu Province
In June, 2002, Ambassador Randt visited Dongxiang minority students at their school in Gansu Province in western China.  (Photo by Jonathan Shrier, Embassy Beijing.)

Ambassador Randt: "To serve our great nation and our President as the representative of the United States of America to China, the world's most populous and fastest-growing developing country, is both a rare privilege and honor, as well as a humbling responsibility. The experience has reinforced for my family and me the importance and power of our American values. I and the fine men and women of our China Mission team have an opportunity today to shape the world our children shall inherit tomorrow."

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Read more about Ambassador Randt and the U.S. mission's work in China at Embassy Beijing's website.  For more ambassador profiles, click here.

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Released on August 14, 2002

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