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LATEST YCW EVENTS
London – YCW LN Townhall Meeting: Brexit and China with Duncan Innes-Kerr, Agatha Kratz [Duncan Innes-Kerr and Agatha Kratz]What Does Brexit Mean for the UK and EU relations with China? The new British government has been clear and firm about Brexit meaning Brexit, …More »
Beijing – Does the Chinese Language even Exist? And Why is it so Damn Hard? with David Moser [Tuesday, July 19]Students of Chinese all learn a language called Putonghua, but where did it come from? And why is it so hard to learn? This talk …More »
Hong Kong – Cross-Strait Relations: Taiwan’s China Dilemma and Beijing’s Taiwan Dilemma with Syaru Shirley Lin, Harry Harding [Syaru Shirley Lin and Harry Harding]We invite you to join us for a talk by Professor Syaru Shirley Lin and Professor Harry Harding. They will speak on “Cross-Strait Relations: Taiwan’s …More »
Singapore – China’s Banks and Shadow Banks with Erica Tay, Matthew Phan [Erica Tay and Matthew Phan]Each of our two speakers will talk for 10-15 minutes before we open for questions. We aim to keep introductory comments relatively brief and have …More »
- YCW's Insa Ewert and Jan Philipp Pöter take a political approach to the vigorous debate on whether or not China will be granted Market Economy …More »
- Is the Communist Party starting to crack? What can China learn from India's experience with rural migration to cities? Dr. Lynette Ong of the University …More »
- YCW's Insa Ewert and Jan Philipp Pöter dissect the impact of Brexit on China's relations with the UK and EU, and find that an independent …More »
Partner Post – Podcast Interview: Roderick MacFarquhar, Harvard University Professor of History and Political SciencePresident Xi Jinping has centralized power in China to unprecedented levels. He has sidelined the prime minister and the State Council and tries to control …More »
- In this sweeping review of China's relationships with its neighbors and citizens, Dr. Thomas Fingar of Stanford University weaves together history and opinion to prepare …More »