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.

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Berlin – ‘Closing Doors For Constructive Dialogue? Changing Dynamics of Interaction Between China and Europe (fishbowl discussion)’ with Jörg Binding, Angela Köckritz, Zhu Yi [Thu, April 14]

Berlin – ‘Closing Doors For Constructive Dialogue? Changing Dynamics of Interaction Between China and Europe (fishbowl discussion)’ with Jörg Binding, Angela Köckritz, Zhu Yi [Thu, April 14]

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?

Berlin – ‘Current Challenges in Sino-German Economic Relations’, Friedolin Strack, Managing Director of the Asia-Pacific Committee of German Business

Berlin – ‘Current Challenges in Sino-German Economic Relations’, Friedolin Strack, Managing Director of the Asia-Pacific Committee of German Business

[This event was held in German.] Die chinesische Wirtschaft befindet sich in einem fundamentalen Umbruch. Welche Auswirkungen hat dies auf Deutschland? Wie reagieren deutsche Unternehmen? Welche politischen Herausforderungen ergeben sich aus diesen veränderten Rahmenbedingungen? Die informelle Mittagsrunde wird organisiert von

Berlin – ‘Sources of Tension Between Japan and China: Why Historical Perceptions Matter’ with Fumiaki Kubo, A. Barton Hepburn Professor of American Government and History at the University of Tokyo

Berlin – ‘Sources of Tension Between Japan and China: Why Historical Perceptions Matter’ with Fumiaki Kubo, A. Barton Hepburn Professor of American Government and History at the University of Tokyo

Since 2003, Fumiaki Kubo(久保文明) has been the A. Barton Hepburn Professor of American Government and History at the University of Tokyo. In 2014, he was a Japan scholar in the Asia Program of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.