The Global Editorial Team has created the YCW Resource Hub: a master list of infographics, datasets, databases, lists and translations to help those engaged in research and information-gathering on China. We have endeavoured to post resources that are data-centric and free to access, and will add to this list over time.
The first YCW London Mentorship Program is coming to an end after an exciting year filled with events and workshops. Mentee Jeannie Neugebauer reflects on new connections and lessons learned.
YCW invites you to participate in our inaugural annual survey, the YCW Pulse — the first of its kind to examine the views of the global community of young professionals engaged in China. We want to know your view of a rising China. The survey takes 5 to 10 minutes, and is available at the link.
YCW is recruiting professionals from the network to join London’s inaugural YCW Mentorship programme as mentors, in partnership with KCL, SOAS and LSE. Please apply by July 18.
The 2015/2016 CTC-YCW Mentorship Program revolved around regular meetings between mentors and mentees. The pairs met about six times over the program, and conversations broadly centered on career aspirations, job hunting techniques, facilitating introductions, and discussion of China-related policy themes. One mentor