Fan Popo is an independent filmmaker and LGBT activist based in Beijing. He studied screenwriting at the Beijing Film Academy. After his graduation in 2007 he became a leading figure of China’s queer cinema scene. His documentaries on LGBT and
Dr. Ka-Kin Cheuk, postdoctoral researcher at Leiden Institute for Area Studies (LIAS), discusses his research on the world of Indian fabric traders living and working in China.
John Pomfret, award-winning journalist and author of new book “The Beautiful Country and the Middle Kingdom: America and China, 1776 to the Present,” speaks to YCW about how Sino-U.S. relations today stem from a rich history of civilian interaction, and how China may profit from the Trump administration.
What are the long-term economic consequences of a trade war between China and the United States? What is the future of free trade agreements around the world after the election of Donald Trump? Obama’s former top trade rep gives her insights.
What are the challenges and keys to success for Chinese foreign investments in Europe and the US? In this interview, Philippe Le Corre, visiting fellow at Brookings, shares examples and insights of stumbling blocks and success stories, the influence of culture, traditions, and political systems.