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.

San Francisco – ‘The United States and China: Same Bed, Different Dreams, Shared Destiny’ with Thomas Fingar, Shorenstein APARC Distinguished Fellow at Stanford University, Former Deputy Director of National Intelligence and Chairman, National Intelligence Council

San Francisco – ‘The United States and China: Same Bed, Different Dreams, Shared Destiny’ with Thomas Fingar, Shorenstein APARC Distinguished Fellow at Stanford University, Former Deputy Director of National Intelligence and Chairman, National Intelligence Council

On December 9,  YCW SF hosted Thomas Fingar to an enlightening discussion on  China’s development from its past to present and current state of U.S. and China relations.  Thomas Fingar is the inaugural Oksenberg-Rohlen Distinguished Fellow in the Freeman Spogli Institute for

Hong Kong – ‘After the Parade – China’s Past and Its Future Global Ambitions’ with Rana Mitter, Director of the University China Centre at the University of Oxford and Professor of the History and Politics of Modern China

Hong Kong – ‘After the Parade – China’s Past and Its Future Global Ambitions’ with Rana Mitter, Director of the University China Centre at the University of Oxford and Professor of the History and Politics of Modern China

Professor Rana Mitter is the Professor of the History and Politics of Modern China, a Fellow of St Cross College and the Director of the Oxford China Centre. The Oxford China Centre is an interdisciplinary centre bringing together Europe’s largest

London – ‘China’s One Belt One Road: Genghis Khan’s Sword or Zheng He’s Porcelain?’ with Miranda Carr, Head of China Thematic Research, Haitong Bank UK, and Agatha Kratz, Associate Policy Fellow, European Council on Foreign Relations

London – ‘China’s One Belt One Road: Genghis Khan’s Sword or Zheng He’s Porcelain?’ with Miranda Carr, Head of China Thematic Research, Haitong Bank UK, and Agatha Kratz, Associate Policy Fellow, European Council on Foreign Relations

  Miranda Carr is Haitong’s Senior Analyst and Head of China Thematic Research. Miranda has over 10 years’ experience in equity research with an expertise in the interpretation of Chinese longer-term Government plans and shorter-term themes. Miranda’s research focuses on