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Singapore – The Billionaire Raj: India’s rise, and what it means for China? With James Crabtree [Thursday, November 01]India is experiencing a period of rapid development characterised by extremes of wealth, growing inequality and unstable industrial growth — a period James Crabtree calls …More »
- As the 2018 Beijing Summit of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC), the triennial official forum between China and all the African states with the …More »
London – Betraying Big Brother: The Feminist Awakening in China with Leta Hong Fincher [Monday, October 08]Feminism poses the greatest threat to China’s authoritarian regime. That is the central argument of journalist and scholar Leta Hong Fincher in her new book …More »
New York – Dinner discussion: Jason Pau, Senior director at Alibaba and Chief of Staff International to Mr Jack Ma with Jason Pau [Tuesday, September 25]Alibaba, one of China’s tech giants, established and transformed e-commerce and mobile payments in a previously cash-based society in well under a decade. It is …More »
- “Past, Present and Future: A long view of (r)evolution in China” Saturday, October 13, 2018, 1030 – 1700 (British Standard Time) The Great Hall, King’s …More »
- Two volunteer director opportunities now available in San Francisco (deadline November 1, 2018). YCW SF is seeking two new leadership team members in San Francisco. …More »
- Kai-Fu Lee, author of the new book "AI Superpowers: China, Silicon Valley, and the New World Order," speaks to YCW about global trends in AI, …More »
- Frank N. Pieke, the new head MERICS, argues that President Xi Jinping might find it more difficult than expected to secure a third term.More »
- Victoria Ho chats with YCW about Goldthread's editorial vision and how technology is changing youth culture in China.More »