The key question at the heart of this breakfast talk is to what extent Chinese political activists have made progress in their quest to liberalise and democratise mainland China’s state and society. This talk is informed by Dr Andreas Fulda’s
YCW's Berlin chapter launched in the spring of 2015. Located in one of Europe's most influential capitals where politics, business and media intersect, YCW Berlin is poised to tap into a growing German and international community seeking to discuss and understand more about leading issues impacting China today. Events will be held in English and German.
[Photo: Nico Trinkhaus - Brandenburg Gate West, Berlin. Visit https://sumfinity.com for more work by Nico Trinkhaus.]
The increasingly close relationship between Athens and Beijing has caused bewilderment and consternation in many western capitals. Hosting one of the most visible BRI investments in Europe, the COSCO-managed port of Piraeus, Greece has been called China’s “Trojan horse” in
During the 19th Party Congress in China in October 2017, the description of a “new era” was used some 34 times. The Congress also confirmed inclusion of the Xi Jinping Thought on Socialism with Chinese Characteristics in the New Era
The evolution of Sino-Hollywood relation reflects the evolving power dynamic between China and the US over the decades, with China emerging from an eager apprentice to an aspiring competitor and partner who wants market share as well as cultural influence.
Ideological tightening, ever more effective censorship and ramped-up repression – under Xi Jinping the political climate in China has gotten harsher. While China is cranking up its own efforts to make its voice heard in the world, the shrinking space