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.
China’s Open Door Policy (改革开放) began in 1978 under the leadership of Deng Xiaoping, the paramount leader of the People’s Republic of China. On the 40th anniversary of China’s reforms, Young China Watchers (Singapore) would like to examine how China’s
Southeast Asia is central to the BRI and China’s global ambitions. But China is recently encountering headwinds as countries in the region are re-evaluating their relationship with China and seeking alternatives. As Insa Ewert writes, while dependence on Chinese financing remains an issue for some, recent developments could also improve projects and conditions for recipient countries.
YCW Shanghai welcomes Gregory Gibb, Chairman and CEO of Shanghai Lujiazui International Financial Asset Exchange, or Lufax for short, to speak on Peer-to-Peer (P2P) lending in China and how firms are navigating a regulatory environment in flux while adopting new
Join Young China Watchers London for an evening with seasoned entrepreneur Alan Yau OBE. Alan will be speaking about his experience of changing perceptions of Chinese cuisine and about the relationship between gastronomy and soft power. We invite Alan Yau
This week we were delighted to host the inaugural CTC-YCW Mentorship Alumni event in Beijing, which attracted mentors and mentees from the 3 cohorts to date. Thanks to Paul Haenle for his continued support, as both the Director of the