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London – Changing perceptions of Chinese cuisine & the relationship between gastronomy and soft power with Alan Yau [Tuesday, July 03]Join Young China Watchers London for an evening with seasoned entrepreneur Alan Yau OBE. Alan will be speaking about his experience of changing perceptions of …More »
Singapore – Singapore Summit: Trump’s Triumph or Kim’s Win? (Panel Discussion) with Harry Sa, Shawn Ho, Keith Zhai, Bae Dae Yeon [Wednesday, 20 Jun]The Trump-Kim Summit has started to reshape the US-North Korea relations and changed the political calculus for many countries in the region and beyond. Young …More »
Beijing – Panel Discussion: “Women on China” with Joanna Chiu, Yajun Zhang, Biyi Feng [Joanna Chiu, Yajun Zhang and Biyi Feng]Do we need more diversity in our English speaking reporting on China? For a number of different reasons, portrayals of China in the past in …More »
Singapore – CHANGING CHINA: THE DEFINING YEARS with How Hwee Young, Chua Chin Hon [Thursday, 21 Jun]We would like to invite you to a private artist talk about “Changing China: The Defining Years” on 21st June 7pm, featuring work by two …More »
- Beijing-based creative director Beatrice Leanza tells us about urban design in China and community-driven initiatives to preserve historic neighborhoods in the capital.More »
Voices on China – Dr Jane Golley: Acting Director, Australian Centre on China in the World at the ANUDr. Jane Golley discusses the theme of this year's China Story Yearbook, prosperity, and the opposition of Western countries to China's Belt and Road Initiative.More »
- In the latest MERICS expert podcast, Jessica Batke tracks the experiences with China's law on NGOs, introduced in early 2017, and says that no NGO …More »
- Young China Watchers (YCW) Shanghai is recruiting two directors to join its dynamic leadership team. YCW is an all-volunteer organisation focused on connecting and educating …More »
2nd Lau-YCW Essay Competition First-Runner Up – China’s Cyber-Public Space: The Double-Edged Sword Linking State and SocietyYCW and Lau China Institute at King’s College London recently closed its second essay competition on the topic: “Cyber China." Our first runner-up winner, Kyi …More »