How has the Chinese philanthropic and non-profit sector changed in the last ten years? What does the future hold? Jasmine Lau, co-founder of Philanthropy in Motion (PIM) and a choice for Forbes 30 Under 30 Social Entrepreneurs in Asia 2016, shares her insights into the Chinese non-profit sector.
Partner Post – Podcast Interview: Barry Naughton, Professor at University of California, San Diego
Three years after China’s leadership announced a new wave of market oriented reforms, Barry Naughton is disappointed with the outcome: According to the professor at the University of California, San Diego, China’s economic problems got worse under President Xi Jinping. Listen to this podcast by MERICS, a YCW Partner, for more.
Speaker Interview – Angela Köckritz: Reporting In and From China
As an author and reporter, Angela Köckritz brings stories of everyday China to everyday Germans—both the good and the bad. In this interview, Köckritz shares her thoughts on writing in China, the story of her China’s colleague’s arrest, and contends that citizens of China are going through a profound period of reflection: “People are in the process of soul-searching, trying to find out what they stand for and how they see their own culture.” Read on to discover what else she learned.
YCW NY: Aaron Halegua – “A Time of Crisis? Recent Developments in Chinese Labor Relations” (Monday, July 11th)
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
London – YCW LN Townhall Meeting: Brexit and China with Duncan Innes-Kerr, Agatha Kratz [Duncan Innes-Kerr and Agatha Kratz]
What Does Brexit Mean for the UK and EU relations with China? The new British government has been clear and firm about Brexit meaning Brexit, but what does this mean for relations with China – both for the United Kingdom