China’s structural issues, led by aging and the sharp reduction of the return on investment, have made economic reform more urgent than ever. At the same time, experts have predicted the impending collapse of the Chinese banking system for a
In the latest MERICS expert podcast, Jessica Batke tracks the experiences with China’s law on NGOs, introduced in early 2017, and says that no NGO is known to have left China so far.
All of us in the 21st century like to make plans, but businesses – small, medium-size or gargantuan – absolutely have to. It’s never easy, but in Asia especially, planning may soon be more impossible than ever. The US and
We are currently witnessing a record number of both Chinese students going abroad and foreign students coming to China. Meanwhile the Confucius network provides Chinese language and culture lessons to around 2 million students worldwide. In this panel discussion we
Following our inaugural essay competition in 2016 with King’s College London’s Lau China Institute, YCW and the Lau China Institute held a second essay competition in 2017 on the topic: “Cyber China.” Dozens of fascinating contributions poured in from young