Do we need more diversity in our English speaking reporting on China? For a number of different reasons, portrayals of China in the past in foreign media have predominantly been written by men. As the number of female journalists and
We would like to invite you to a private artist talk about “Changing China: The Defining Years” on 21st June 7pm, featuring work by two Singapore photographers, Chua Chin Hon and How Hwee Young, who have documented the country’s social,
with Dr. Edward Fitzgerald, Bin (William) Xu and Andrew Cooke We invite Dr. Edward Fitzgerald, Bin (William) Xu and Andrew Cooke to discuss. https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ycw-ln-capturing-the-momentum-of-chinas-healthcare-revolution-tickets-46918955860 Dr. Edward Fitzgerald Edward is the Global Healthcare Executive to KPMG International’s Chairman of the Healthcare
with Gary Liu, CEO, South China Morning Post We invite Gary Liu, CEO, South China Morning Post to discuss. https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ycw-ln-in-conversation-with-the-ceo-of-south-china-morning-post-tickets-46907885749 This event is in partnership with the Columbia School of Journalism Gary Liu Gary Liu is CEO of the South
Young China Watchers has joined forces with the Alumni Network of the Robert Bosch Foundation to bring to Brussels Jörg Endriss and Sonja Maaß who will, through their book ‘China Kinder’, introduce us to the diverse world of China’s youth.