China’s financial system used to be boring and state-controlled, keeping deposits captive at large state-owned banks and lending out cheaply to state-owned enterprises. Very quickly, however, virtually everything about the system has changed, particularly since the equity market crash in
YCW's New York was launched in 2014 and its inaugural speaker was Stephanie Kleine-Ahlbrandt, the former Director of Asia-Pacific Programs at the United States Institute for Peace (USIP).
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This is a critical period for Chinese labor relations. The number of strikes is rising. The government is cracking down on labor NGOs. Lay-offs involving millions of workers have been announced. Aaron Halegua has studied Chinese labor issues for over
As Hollywood finds itself increasingly reliant on attracting China’s huge movie-going audiences to turn a profit on its mega-budget blockbuster films, the Chinese government in return is counting on learning Hollywood’s tricks of the trade to help spread the China
You’re invited to join us for a special event on the historic past and dynamic future of Chinese food in New York City with Jason Wang, CEO of Xi’an Famous Foods. We will discuss how Jason transformed his father’s mall
Young China Watchers cordially invites you to a talk with Ambassador Peter Wilson, who will share insight into how his experience as Asia-Pacific Director at the Foreign and Commonwealth office in London and as Political Counsellor in the British Embassy in Beijing inform his