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- Relations between the EU and China have expanded and deepened amidst important changes in the EU and in China. Today, building on a broad-based framework …More »
Brussels – Working in China’s film industry and telling new stories with Joan Xu [Wednesday, November 22]As the world’s second largest film market, China’s film industry has grown rapidly in changing times. Shaped by broadening demand for entertainment and digital innovations, …More »
- What to expect from relations between China and India in the 21st century? Over the past few decades, China and India have managed to push …More »
Hong Kong – Startups and the State with Nisa Leung , Kellee S. Tsai [Nisa Leung and Kellee S. Tsai ]China’s thriving technology landscape is transforming the world’s most populous country, changing the way people work, communicate and socialize. Entrepreneurs abound as new companies continue …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 »
- This year began with President Xi Jinping extolling the virtues of globalization at Davos and, from there, never failed to deliver moments in global affairs …More »
- In our third edition of Views From the Ground, we reached out to two YCW chapters for their perspectives on the current state of relations …More »
- Merkel's coalition talks have steered clear of the topic of Chinese investment in Germany, where a consensus is emerging that investment screening instruments need to …More »
- The Great Britain-China Centre (GBCC) and the All Party Parliamentary China Group (APPCG) are jointly seeking a Project Manager, based in London. This is a …More »