Over the past decade, there has been growing controversy over the social and environmental impacts of Chinese investments in host countries, particularly in ‘weak governance zones’ (a term used by the OECD to describe ‘countries where governments are unwilling or
China’s over three decades-long population planning policy, known popularly as the ‘one child policy,’ took a major shift when Beijing announced late last year a shift to a nationwide two-child policy. In “One Child,” Mei Fong writes about the origins
Gain insight into China’s opportunities and challenges with students from the world’s top universities at Tsinghua University’s exciting new summer program, “Experiencing China.” Deadline: 16 June, 2016 This two-week summer program based in Beijing invites students at both the undergraduate
Young China Watchers (YCW) and the Lau China Institute at King’s College London are delighted to announce the first Lau-YCW Essay Competition. The competition aims to discover the newest young writing on China in the UK, in order to develop
Fraser Howie is Director of Newedge Financial in Singapore and co-author of three books on the Chinese financial system, including “Red Capitalism: The Fragile Financial Foundations of China’s Extraordinary Rise” (named a 2011 Book of the Year by The Economist).