Singapore – ‘How to Tell a Thousand Words’ with How Hwee Young, Chief Photographer for European Pressphoto Agency in Beijing, and Tan Siok Siok, Filmmaker and Entrepreneur

Singapore – ‘How to Tell a Thousand Words’ with How Hwee Young, Chief Photographer for European Pressphoto Agency in Beijing, and Tan Siok Siok, Filmmaker and Entrepreneur

Young China Watchers Singapore dived into a visual exploration of contemporary China. The speakers will discussed their careers documenting China in photographs and film. How Hwee Young is chief photographer for the European Pressphoto Agency in Beijing. Her images have won

San Francisco – ‘Partners to Save the World, the U.S., China, and Climate Change’ with Craig Hart, Renmin University

San Francisco – ‘Partners to Save the World, the U.S., China, and Climate Change’ with Craig Hart, Renmin University

On February 4, 2016, YCW SF hosted a round table discussion on U.S.-China climate change leadership and the recent Paris climate change agreements.  Craig Hart, one of America’s foremost climate scholars based out of China, led an invigorating discussion over drinks at Salesforce.com

Brussels – ‘Recent Developments in Sino-Japanese Relations’ with Akio Takahara, Professor of Contemporary Chinese Politics at the Graduate School of Law and Politics, University of Tokyo

Brussels – ‘Recent Developments in Sino-Japanese Relations’ with Akio Takahara, Professor of Contemporary Chinese Politics at the Graduate School of Law and Politics, University of Tokyo

Akio Takahara is a Professor at the University of Tokyo, and is one of Japan’s leading scholars and commentators on contemporary Chinese politics and diplomacy. He is also Senior Fellow at the Tokyo Foundation, an influential independent public policy think