“Young China Hand” is a thriller about a crisis-era clash between Western wits, Chinese princeling-linked financiers and Peking duck farmers. Inspired by true events and experiences between 2008 and 2013, the book combines an insider’s look into China’s secretive world
The story of Shakespeare in China is one of cultural blending and reinvention. Peopled by devoted evangelists, theater directors and dogged interpreters intent on bridging divisions of language and politics, it tracks the trajectory of modern Chinese history and the
YCW’s Insa Ewert and Jan Philipp Pöter argue for a more proactive approach by European governments towards targeting Chinese investment in infrastructure. Read more about how Europe can bridge its current infrastructure gap here.
Chief Editor of Initium, a Hong Kong-based online platform, speaks to YCW Partner MERICS about journalistic principles in a restrictive political environment.
There are more than 320 million people in mainland China between the ages of sixteen and thirty. Children of the one-child policy, born after Mao, with distant memory of Tiananmen, they are the first generation to come of age in