Strait Talk was founded at Brown University in 2005, and for each of the past four years, five students from each side of the Taiwan Strait and the United States have engaged in weeklong dialogues at Brown, moderated by an expert facilitator. Each Symposium also includes a series of public lectures and panels by historians, economists, and diplomats whose expertise enriches campus life and the deliberations of the fifteen delegates. At week's end, the delegates present the results of their dialogue, describing areas of agreement and disagreement, and visions for long-term peace and short-term steps toward that goal. This year, the Brown Symposium presented to students, scholars, and policy-makers in New York, and they are working with students at U.C. Berkeley to start a second annual Symposium on their own campus. These are just a few steps in a plan to bring our model of engagement and our vision for peace to the greater community of students affected by this issue, and those who seek to do something about it.