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.
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Librarians at University of Pennsylvania are using optical character recognition (OCR) to build a text corpus of Chinese-character documents from the early 20th century. YCW talks to Molly Des Jardin and Brian Vivier about their goals and challenges.
In a city as fast-moving as Beijing, sometimes we choose quantity over quality of professional relationships. During the narrow windows of networking, we never forget to hand out business cards to new acquaintances. But what about having meaningful conversations and
Before moving to Beijing, I worked in Brussels for the UK government on a host of issues, including EU-China relations. Currently, I am working for a strategic risk and communications advisory firm supporting Chinese companies going global. At the CTC-YCW
Hi All, I thought I’d drop a note to introduce myself and tell you a little bit about our Mentorship programme in London. I am originally from Xi’An and used to work on UK-China trade, but in my current job,
This year began with President Xi Jinping extolling the virtues of globalization at Davos and, from there, never failed to deliver moments in global affairs that ranged from eyebrow-raising to surreal. We selected a few particularly insightful interviews and features that may provide some understanding of what happened in 2017, and a sense of direction for what lies ahead.