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David Zweig is Chair Professor, Division of Social Science, and Director, Center on China’s Transnational Relations (www.cctr.ust.hk<http://www.cctr.ust.hk/), HKUST. He is a Senior Research Fellow at the Asia-Pacific Foundation of Canada; Vice President of the Center on China’s Globalization (CCG) in Beijing;
March 16, 2015 Dear Young China Watchers, Welcome to YCW’s March newsletter! We hope that you enjoyed festive celebrations for Chinese New Year. In this edition, we will share our past month’s events and an exciting speakers series for the rest
We’re putting out a call for contributors for a YCW-supported book project entitled New Voices: Collection of Essays on Contemporary Chinese Economy and Society. Why this book now? This is a period in Chinese history in which thirty years of
Qian is the Deputy Director and the first Chinese analyst to join The Economist Group’s research arm—The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU). Under her leadership, the EIU’s Access China service has expanded into a global team of analysts covering China’s 31
Young China Watchers San Francisco hosted an invigorating discussion on democracy and governance that covered China as well as the future of Sino-U.S. affairs. Francis Fukuyama, a scholar and author who has been at the leading edge of the public discourse on the