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 will need economic and political reforms to keep up growth, says Arthur Kroeber of Gavecal Dragonomics. In this podcast from MERICS, a YCW Partner, Kroeber argues that the transition to a new growth model won’t be possible without cutting back state-owned enterprises, restructuring financial markets, and promoting globally competitive innovation.
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Alec Ash, author and founder of “the Anthill,” sees something new and distinct in Chinese millennials: “The only generalization you can make about a group this large is how complex and diverse they are—and that itself is something new, as their parents didn’t really have the opportunity to be different or explore a proper youth culture.” Read on for more about how he attempts to understand China through a different lens: stories, individuals, and literature.
Julia Voo is Deputy Head of Policy and Ministerial Liaison for UK Trade and Investment at the British Embassy in Beijing. After moving to China in 2011, she worked in the Development section of the Delegation of the European Union,
YCW London is pleased to collaborate with the London Society for Chinese Studies on this forum, led by Professor Stephen Chen OBE of SOAS University of London. The event will begin at 18:00 where for the first hour, Professor Chen