YCW interview Elaine Lynn-Ee Ho on her book “Citizens in Motion: Emigration, Immigration and Re-migration Across China’s Borders”, discussing the implication of global events on multi-directional migration patterns, co-ethnicity, and contemporary senses of identity.
Heinrich Böll Stiftung North America is accepting fellowship applications from U.S./German journalists for stories on U.S./European or transatlantic debates and policy responses related to China’s growing technological power and influence. Details on the YCW blog.
While China’s facial recognition technology ranks among the world’s best, says Jeffrey Ding of the Future of Humanity Institute University of Oxford, in many other areas of AI, China still lags behind the U.S.
YCW interviews Parag Khanna on his new book, “The Future is Asian: Commerce, Conflict & Culture in the 21st Century” (2019) and why China will be unable to dominate Asia.
Emma Vanbergen, President of Education Consulting at BE Education, speaks to YCW about Chinese education trends, the perspective consequences of educational inequality, and the rise of 素质教育 (suzhi jiaoyu, a “well-rounded, moral education”).