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LATEST YCW EVENTS
- James Stent, who spoke at YCW’s New York chapter earlier this year, joined our members here in San Francisco for an evening to discuss the forces …More »
Brussels – China and Russia: An Eastern Partnership in the Making? with Michal Makocki, Nicu Popescu [Michal Makocki and Nicu Popescu]On the surface, Sino–Russian cooperation have been intensifying in recent years. What provides the impetus for these ties and can they endure? We’ll look at …More »
- Murder in the Lucky Holiday Hotel is a 5-part podcast series about the murder of British businessman, Neil Heywood, by Gu Kailai, the wife of …More »
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 »
- Linda Jakobson: Founding Director and CEO of China Matters discusses her new book "China Matters: Getting it Right for Australia," and offers her advice on …More »
- In a new series from YCW, we surveyed three of our global chapters for their views on the evolving Sino-Russian relationship—and what may have been …More »
- YCW is recruiting professionals from the network to join London's inaugural YCW Mentorship programme as mentors, in partnership with KCL, SOAS and LSE. Please apply …More »
- YCW's Insa Ewert and Jan Philipp Pöter call on Beijing and Berlin to take on leadership roles and champion inclusive multilateralism at the G20 summit …More »
- YCW discusses the cultural value and political utility of calligraphy in modern Chinese society with Li-Hua Ying, Chinese professor at Bard College.More »