Through our 10 chapters in Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, London, New York, San Francisco, Berlin, Singapore, Brussels, and Washington DC, YCW engages individuals on the most pressing issues emerging from China today.
YCW hosts roundtables and dinners with visiting experts and delegations, allowing for more focused interaction and discussions on the latest key issues. Our growing online community features diverse analysis by established and emerging experts, connecting with our members around the world.
YCW invites you to participate in our second annual survey, the YCW Pulse — an examination of views from a global community of young professionals engaged in China. The survey takes 10 minutes and answer are strictly confidential.
Young China Watchers (YCW) and the Lau China Institute at King’s College London are delighted to announce the first Lau-YCW Essay Competition. The competition aims to discover the newest young writing on China in the UK, in order to develop
Evan A Laksmana shares his views on changing dynamics between China and Southeast Asian countries, the influence of domestic elites, China’s vaccine diplomacy, and why RCEP should not be seen as a China-led agreement.
Anna Ashton and Jacob Parker of the U.S.-China Business Council discuss what the “new normal” may look like when America’s trade relations with China normalize. About Anna Ashton Anna began her tenure at the US-China Business Council in January 2016.
Earlier this year, Bilahari Kausikan explained in an article, “China and the Breeding of Black Swans”, that the COVID 19 pandemic has illustrated the strength and weakness of China and complicated the relationship between China and its fellow superpower, the