“CHINA IN 2050: THE WORLD THROUGH BEIJING’S EYES” 14 October, 2017.
In an inaugural half-day conference, YCW and King’s College Lau China Institute will bring together leading China experts and emerging Young China Watchers on a single platform to analyse China’s medium to long-term impact on the world.
Young China Watchers Internship, Summer 2016 Operations & Web Development No Coding Experience Necessary Deadline for response: June 15. Please email tech@youngchinawatchers with a resume and a statement of interest. Preferred Location: bay area, but tele-working also negotiable as long
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Young China Watchers is honoured to be able to host Professor He for a discussion on wrongful convictions in China and the criminal justice system. Professor He Jiahong is one of China’s leading experts on criminal evidence, evidential investigation and
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