Young China Watchers has joined forces with the Alumni Network of the Robert Bosch Foundation to bring to Brussels Jörg Endriss and Sonja Maaß who will, through their book ‘China Kinder’, introduce us to the diverse world of China’s youth.
YCW Brussels chapter launched in the fall of 2015.
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