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As the 2018 Beijing Summit of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC), the triennial official forum between China and all the African states with the exception of Eswatini, took place in Beijing in early September 2018, YCW Shanghai invites Eric
Feminism poses the greatest threat to China’s authoritarian regime. That is the central argument of journalist and scholar Leta Hong Fincher in her new book Betraying Big Brother. The feminist movement in China has been spearheaded by five activists who
Two volunteer director opportunities now available in San Francisco (deadline November 1, 2018). YCW SF is seeking two new leadership team members in San Francisco. These are volunteer executive positions requiring a commitment of about 2-4 hours per month. These
YCW NY: Panel Discussion “Philanthropy in China: Emerging Trends” with Yong Lu (CEO & Founder of Evergreen Asia Advisors), Jessica Batke (Senior Editor at ChinaFile), Gena Palumbo (President & Founder at Children of China Pediatrics Foundation), Linda He Mei (Founder
Kai-Fu Lee, author of the new book “AI Superpowers: China, Silicon Valley, and the New World Order,” speaks to YCW about global trends in AI, data protection, and misconceptions about technology in China.