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LATEST YCW EVENTS
- YCW San Francisco was happy to co-sponsor a luncheon on Sept 18th featuring David Rank, the former acting US Ambassador to China who resigned from …More »
Brussels – Dinner discussion with the EU Chamber of Commerce in China Patrick Horgan and Mats Harborn [Wed, Sep. 27]This talk will open our conversation to a much wider perspective. Starting from the concept that a rising power will cause fear in an established …More »
Washington D.C. – Assessing Evolving Challenges in the Asia-Pacific and U.S. Policy in the Region with Randy Schriver [Monday, August 21]In November, President Trump will embark on his first visit to the Asia-Pacific region to attend the U.S.-ASEAN summit, the East Asia summit, and the …More »
Singapore – RMB INTERNATIONALIZATION – A CRITICAL ANALYSIS with Professor Gunter Dufey [Thursday, August 17]The presentation begins with an analysis of the demand and supply of currencies used by transactors. What motivates individuals and businesses to use a currency …More »
- China's Social Credit System will collect big data on every single citizen by 2020. In the latest MERICS expert podcast, Shazeda Ahmed examines the motivations, …More »
- Matt Sheehan, Fellow at the Paulson Institute and creator of the Chinafornia newsletter, speaks to YCW about writing on China, U.S.-China cross-border investments, and going …More »
- Young China Watchers (YCW) is looking for two new team members in Beijing: Director of Operations and Director of Membership. YCW is an all-volunteer organization …More »
- Young China Watchers, in partnership with the Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy, is delighted to recruit our second cohort of Beijing-based mentors for Carnegie-Tsinghua interns. …More »
- Colum Murphy, Editorial Director of Sixth Tone, discusses the progress of China's first state-owned, English-language digital publication. Sixth Tone went live in April of 2016 …More »