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Hong Kong – Our real liquidity crisis: does Asia have enough water? with Debra Tan [Wednesday, April 18]A looming liquidity crunch in China could affect trillions of dollars and spill over into the financial markets. This liquidity crunch doesn’t involve capital, but …More »
- Artificial Intelligence seems to be at the focus of all technology-related governmental planning, corporate strategy, and technical educational reforms, but are we really prepared for …More »
Brussels – “Drivers and dynamics of investment between China and Europe: open for business?” with Joanna Huang [Tuesday, April 10]Chinese investments in Europe have sky rocketed in recent years. While the pattern emerging across European countries may vary in intensity and across sectors, Europe …More »
- Please join Young China Watchers – Washington, DC, for the third installment of a speaker series this March highlighting experts at the nexus of China …More »
- Lance Noble discusses how Made in China 2025 is reshaping China's technology manufacturing landscape.More »
Speaker Interview – Dr. Alessandro Arduino, Co-Director of the Security and Crisis Management Program, Shanghai Academy of Social ScienceDr. Alessandro Arduino tells YCW about the role of private security companies in China's Belt and Road Initiative, the security hotspots on the horizon, and …More »
Featured Young China Watcher – Mohammed Al-Sudairi: Research Fellow and Head of Asian Studies, King Faisal Center for Research and Islamic StudiesMohammed Al-Sudairi outlines the warming Sino-Saudi relationship, the role of the Gulf Region on the Belt and Road, and the importance of sensitivity to ideologies …More »
Featured Young China Watchers – Elaine Chow and Jessica Colwell: Hosts, “In the Name of the Podcast”Elaine Chow and Jessica Colwell, hosts of a podcast tracking the hit Chinese TV show "In the Name of the People" (人民的名义), talk to YCW …More »
- Librarians at University of Pennsylvania are using optical character recognition (OCR) to build a text corpus of Chinese-character documents from the early 20th century. YCW …More »