As Chinese Premier Li Keqiang visits Europe this week, YCW’s Insa Ewert and Jan Philipp Pöter reflect on the cooling U.S.-EU relationship and see opportunity for China and the EU to take steps towards an ever-closer relationship.
Singapore – China & Private Equity Investing in Emerging Markets with Professor Roger Leeds [Wednesday, June 07]
Professor Roger Leeds is the Director of the Center for International Business and Public Policy at Johns Hopkins SAIS. Among others things, Prof Leeds will be speaking about China-specific topics covered in his recently published book, “Private Equity Investing in
London – YCW London: Turning point in China-North Korea Relations? (22nd May, Monday, 6.30 pm, at RUSI) with Andrea Berger, Paul French [Andrea Berger and Paul French]
In China, ties with North Korea have traditionally been referred to as “close as lips and teeth.” But with North Korea recently dropping the word “friendly” in describing China as “neighbour”, tension between the two allies is building. Beijing has
Featured Young China Watcher – Eric Mu: Founder of Sinohash
Eric Mu, founder of a cyrptomining hosting service in western Sichuan, SinoHash, talks about Bitcoin’s rise in prominence in China, and China’s strengths as a Bitcoin mining destination.
Berlin – Lunchtalk: The China Story – a Case of Fake History? with Frank Dikötter [Tuesday, May 16]
An old communist joke has it that Marxists can tell the future but find the past more difficult to predict. One-party states constantly rewrite their own history, if only because it legitimises the present. Frank Dikötter will discuss one of