Tom Nunlist, editor of new book “China’s Evolving Consumers: 8 Intimate Portraits,” speaks to YCW about the trends, intricacies, and desires of China’s rising middle class.
Berlin – China’s View of a Permanent Structured Cooperation (PESCO) and European Defense Integration: Supportive, Opposed, or Indifferent? With Scott Harold [August 29, 2018]
Since 2016, the EU has moved forward with a Global Strategy centered around a Common Annual Review of Defense (CARD), a European Defense Fund (EDF), and a Permanent Structured Cooperation (PESCO) agreement. European Union leaders are working to deepen integration
Hong Kong – Hong Kong – Successes in Artificial Intelligence with Esther Wong [Monday, August 27]
with Esther Wong, Managing Director at SenseTime We invite Esther Wong, Managing Director at SenseTime to discuss. https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ycw-hk-esther-wong-successes-in-artificial-intelligence-mon-aug-27-tickets-49242363234 Esther Wong Esther is the Managing Director for SenseTime and founding partner of SenseTime industry fund with assets of 5 billion RMB.
Voices on China – Dr Rogier Creemers: Postdoctoral Scholar at University of Leiden
Dr. Rogier Creemers explains the difference between China’s state and private social credit systems, and their role in improving governance in Chinese society.
News – Reflecting on the Third Year of the YCW-CTC Mentorship Program
Yingzi (Christine) Wang reflects on her experience as a mentee in the third cohort of YCW and Carnegie-Tsinghua Center’s joint mentorship program in Beijing.