Jeffrey Towson, best-selling author, professor, and private equity investor, offers sage advice for those seeking opportunities in the Middle Kingdom: Whether searching for an investment opportunity or finding a job, “You don’t want to compete fairly in China.” Read on to learn how he’s differentiated himself in a crowded marketplace and how you can too.
Han Yong Hong will discuss the current stringent media environment and how this has changed over the last few years, what drives these changes and what they say about the government’s perception of its own legitimacy, how the media environment
The black box of Chinese leadership politics has become even blacker in recent years. How do we, as outside observers, know when we can trust the information that we do get about the leadership? What types of sources and information
After decades of a foreign policy of non-interference, China has undergone a paradigm shift in its thinking, spurred by two motives: the wish to build its reputation as a good global citizen, and the wish to protect its interests overseas.
It’s time to reconsider “China in Africa.” “It’s a common mistake to put too much emphasis on a singular, mammoth ‘China’ making all the decisions” says Janet Eom of the China-Africa Research Initiative (CARI) at Johns Hopkins SAIS. “All 54 African countries have unique stories. Therefore, when China goes to Africa, local circumstances matter.” Read on to find out how this dynamic has affected trade and relationships between both sides.