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  • Five state governors will meet Chinese provincial heads before meeting President Xi Jinping. The meeting focuses on clean energy technology and economic cooperation.
  • Xi Jinping will visit Boeing's Paine Field. This year about one-quarter of the planes Boeing has built have gone to China.
  • Xi will visit Lincoln High School in Tacoma which established sister-city relationship with China’s Fuzhou in 1994 when Xi was leader of Fuzhou.
  • On the US side, chief executives Tim Cook of Apple, Jeff Bezos of Amazon, Satya Nadella of Microsoft and investor Warren Buffett are among those attending. Those attending from China include Jack Ma of Alibaba and Robin Li of the web-services firm Baidu.
  • US President Barack Obama will greet Xi Jinping with a 21-gun salute. It is Xi’s first state visit to US since he became president in 2013.
  • Xi will meet with leaders of Senate and House of Representatives.
  • Xi will attend a UN women’s summit and deliver a keynote speech.
  • Xi will attend summit marking 70th anniversary of UN.

American cuisine with Chinese flavors on state dinner menuGuests at Friday's White House state dinner for Chinese President Xi Jinping will dine on wild mushroom soup, Maine lobster and Colorado lamb.

Xi gets football jersey at Lincoln High School Chinese President Xi Jinping smiles and points at his name on the back of a football jersey given him by senior player Mushawn Knowles during a visit to Lincoln High School, Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2015, in Tacoma, Wash. Photo: AP

Chinese President Xi Jinping arrives in Seattle Chinese President Xi Jinping, left, and his wife Peng Liyuan wave on their arrival Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2015, at Boeing Field in Everett, Wash. Xi is spending three days in Seattle before traveling to Washington, D.C., for a White House state dinner on Friday. Photo: AP

Chinese people in the US welcome President Xi Jinping People hold Chinese and American flags as they stand near the hotel where Chinese President Xi Jinping is staying Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2015, in Seattle. Photo: AP A headline on the China Daily newspaper reads "Welcome to America," near the hotel where Chinese President Xi Jinping is staying Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2015, in Seattle. Photo: AP

President Xi Jinping attends US-China Governors Forum Chinese President Xi Jinping speaks during a forum with several Chinese leaders and Governors from the US in Seattle, Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2015. Leaders from Michigan to Beijing attended meetings Tuesday with Xi in the US and signed an agreement aimed at pushing cooperation on the use of clean tech businesses to combat climate change. Photo: AP California Gov. Jerry Brown attends a meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping and several Chinese leaders and Governors from the US in Seattle, Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2015. Photo: AP

Xi Jinping gives policy speech at a banquet in SeattleChinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday evening delivered a policy speech at a welcome banquet at the Westin Hotel in Seattle, the first stop of his state visit to the United States.

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