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.
All of us in the 21st century like to make plans, but businesses – small, medium-size or gargantuan – absolutely have to. It’s never easy, but in Asia especially, planning may soon be more impossible than ever. The US and
We are currently witnessing a record number of both Chinese students going abroad and foreign students coming to China. Meanwhile the Confucius network provides Chinese language and culture lessons to around 2 million students worldwide. In this panel discussion we
Following our inaugural essay competition in 2016 with King’s College London’s Lau China Institute, YCW and the Lau China Institute held a second essay competition in 2017 on the topic: “Cyber China.” Dozens of fascinating contributions poured in from young
Young China Watchers (YCW) Shanghai is recruiting two directors to join its dynamic leadership team. YCW is an all-volunteer organisation focused on connecting and educating the next generation of China thought-leaders through forums and other events, including a speaker series
YCW and Lau China Institute at King’s College London recently closed its second essay competition on the topic: “Cyber China.” Our first runner-up winner, Kyi Yeung Goh, delivered a fascinating essay on the growing state regulation of cyberspace and the emerging forms of critical discourse by Chinese netizens.