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LATEST YCW EVENTS
Singapore – China & Private Equity Investing in Emerging Markets with Professor Roger Leeds [Wednesday, June 07]Professor Roger Leeds is the Director of the Center for International Business and Public Policy at Johns Hopkins SAIS. Among others things, Prof Leeds will …More »
London – YCW London: Turning point in China-North Korea Relations? (22nd May, Monday, 6.30 pm, at RUSI) with Andrea Berger, Paul French [Andrea Berger and Paul French]In China, ties with North Korea have traditionally been referred to as “close as lips and teeth.” But with North Korea recently dropping the word …More »
- An old communist joke has it that Marxists can tell the future but find the past more difficult to predict. One-party states constantly rewrite their …More »
Singapore – China’s Future with Professor David Shambaugh, our venue sponsor: [Professor David Shambaugh and our venue sponsor:]China’s future is one of the most important variables in international affairs. What are the principal variables affecting the nation’s future trajectory and what are …More »
- Eric Mu, founder of a cyrptomining hosting service in western Sichuan, SinoHash, talks about Bitcoin's rise in prominence in China, and China's strengths as a …More »
- YCW recently partnered with the Lau China Institute at King's College London to launch an essay competition on the topic: "How will China change the …More »
- Pulitzer-Prize winning writer Ian Johnson discusses religion in contemporary China as well as his latest book on the topic.More »
- Young China Watchers (YCW) is seeking a new Director of Operations and Director of Membership in San Francisco. YCW is an all volunteer organization focused …More »
- A piece by MERICS, a YCW Partner, reflects on the “America First" strategy as China strives to increase its role and influence on the world …More »