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In 2011, China cut the cables of some seismic survey ships, and suddenly the South China Sea dispute started to get worldwide coverage. There has been so much attention and debate concerning the South China Sea dispute. This firecely contested
You’re invited to join us for a special event on the historic past and dynamic future of Chinese food in New York City with Jason Wang, CEO of Xi’an Famous Foods. We will discuss how Jason transformed his father’s mall
Kerry Brown is Professor of Chinese Studies and Director of the Lau China Institute at King’s College, London. Prior to this he was a diplomat, working for the British Foreign Office in London and China from 1998 to 2005, and
YCW Berlin is inviting you to this Panel Discussion as part of the second MERICS “European China Talent Program.” The “fishbowl discussion” will tackle issues such as “How and where do Chinese and Europeans engage in conversation with each other?
Partner post by: Raya Yampolsky Onlookers to the “Russian-Chinese alliance” point to oft-cited pretexts for common ground: economic complementarity, geographic proximity, and ideological favorability. In a recent talk co-hosted by Young China Watchers, Carnegie Moscow Center’s senior associate Alexander Gabuev