Beijing – ‘All the News in China: How Reporting Has Changed in China Over the Last Three Decades’ with Ted Plafker, Beijing Correspondent for The Economist, and Jaime FlorCruz, Former CNN Beijing Bureau Chief

Beijing – ‘All the News in China: How Reporting Has Changed in China Over the Last Three Decades’ with Ted Plafker, Beijing Correspondent for The Economist, and Jaime FlorCruz, Former CNN Beijing Bureau Chief

Since 1989, Ted Plafker has been a Beijing-based foreign correspondent, covering all aspects of the ever-changing China story for a variety of publications, including the South China Morning Post, Boston Globe, Washington Post, Chronicle of Higher Education, International Herald Tribune,

Brussels – ‘Debt in China: A Damocles Sword Over the Future of the Global Economy?’ with Laurent Estachy, Professor in International Finance and Geo-economics at KEDGE Business School, Marseille and Shanghai Campuses

Brussels – ‘Debt in China: A Damocles Sword Over the Future of the Global Economy?’ with Laurent Estachy, Professor in International Finance and Geo-economics at KEDGE Business School, Marseille and Shanghai Campuses

Dr Laurent Estachy is professor in international finance and geo-economics at KEDGE Business School (Marseille and Shanghai campuses, MBA and Executive MBA programs mainly). His research focuses on the far-reaching interactions between geopolitics and global capital markets. Prior to this,

Singapore – ‘China: The Highlights of 2015′ with Susan Jakes, Founding Editor of ChinaFile and Senior Fellow of the Asia Society’s Center on U.S.-China Relations

Singapore – ‘China: The Highlights of 2015′ with Susan Jakes, Founding Editor of ChinaFile and Senior Fellow of the Asia Society’s Center on U.S.-China Relations

Susan Jakes is an award-winning journalist who has covered contemporary China for the past decade. Jakes joined the Asia Society in 2010 as an Arthur Ross Fellow and in founding editor of ChinaFile, an English-language online magazine which publishes both

Berlin – ‘Sources of Tension Between Japan and China: Why Historical Perceptions Matter’ with Fumiaki Kubo, A. Barton Hepburn Professor of American Government and History at the University of Tokyo

Berlin – ‘Sources of Tension Between Japan and China: Why Historical Perceptions Matter’ with Fumiaki Kubo, A. Barton Hepburn Professor of American Government and History at the University of Tokyo

Since 2003, Fumiaki Kubo(久保文明) has been the A. Barton Hepburn Professor of American Government and History at the University of Tokyo. In 2014, he was a Japan scholar in the Asia Program of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.