CHINA IN 2050: THE WORLD THROUGH BEIJING’S EYES
14 October, 2017 (Saturday)
The conference will be broadcasted live on YCW’s Facebook page: 16:00 (China Standard Time) / 09:00 (British Standard Time) /04:00 (Eastern Daylight Time)
In an inaugural conference, YCW and King’s College Lau China Institute bring together leading China experts and emerging Young China Watchers on a single platform to analyse China’s medium to long-term impact on the world.
Focused on bridging the current gap in understanding on China’s domestic political development, economics and financial sector liberalisation, and foreign policies, the ultimate aim for the conference is to create a new platform for the next generation of China watchers and to help foster the conversation in London about Beijing’s thinking.
Panel 1: Political and social landscape
Moderator: Raffaello Pantucci, YCW Co-founder and Director of International Security Studies, Royal United Services Institute (RUSI)
– Kerry Brown, Director of the Lau China Institute at King’s College, London
– Isabel Hilton OBE, Founder and Editor, Chinadialogue
– Xibai Xu, DPhil Candidate in Politics, Oxford University
– Jérôme Doyon, Chiang Ching-kuo Postdoctoral Fellow, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) China Institute
Panel 2: Foreign policy and security landscape
Moderator: James Tunningley, Head of YCW London and Trade Policy Adviser, Department for International Trade, UK
– Paul C. Irwin Crookes, Lecturer in the International Relations of China, University of Oxford,
– Yu Jie, Head of China Foresight Project and Dahrendorf Senior Research Associate, London School of Economics, IDEAS
– Bill Hayton, Associate Fellow, Asia Programme, Chatham House
– Agatha Kratz, Associate Policy Fellow, European Council on Foreign Relations
Panel 3: Economic and financial landscape
Moderator: Sue Anne Tay, YCW Global Director and Director for China and RMB Internationalisation, Group Strategy, HSBC
– Geoffrey Yu, Head of UK Investment Office, UBS Wealth Management
– Miranda Carr, China Thematic Strategist, Haitong Bank S.A.
– Sun Xin, Career Development Fellow in the Political Economy of China, University of Oxford
– Matthew Phan, Senior Analyst, Asia-Pacific Banks, CreditSights