From April 22-25, Ambassador at Large for International Freedom Suzan Johnson Cook and Deputy Assistant Secretary for Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor Daniel Baer were in China to promote human rights and religious freedom. While in Hong Kong, they discussed religious freedom issues with non-governmental organizations and government representatives. They also met with Cardinal John Tong Hon and engaged other religious leaders to encourage continued interfaith dialogue. In Beijing, the delegation discussed enhancing exchanges on religious freedom issues and raised concerns, such as those related to Tibetans, Uighurs, and unregistered Christian groups, with officials from the State Administration for Religious Affairs and the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference. They also consulted with representatives of minority groups and other civil society leaders.