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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
Chandran Nair is the Founder and CEO of The Global Institute For Tomorrow (GIFT). GIFT is dedicated to advancing an understanding of the impacts of globalization and the role of business in society through thought leadership and positive action to effect change. Prior to
Margaret Ng is a barrister in private practice, having been called to the Bar in Hong Kong in 1988. She received her law degree from the University of Cambridge and PCLL from the University of Hong Kong. She holds a doctorate in
February 12, 2015 Dear Young China Watchers, Welcome to YCW’s inaugural newsletter where we will share our past month’s events across our six global chapters, latest blog content and interesting opportunities that may appeal to the wider YCW community. Launch
James Miles took up his position as The Economist’s China Editor in August 2014, having previously worked as Beijing Bureau Chief for 13 years. Before he joined The Economist in 2001 he reported on China for the BBC; as Beijing