YCW Europe launch event: V4-China relations in the 2020s: Opportunities and Challenges with Viktor Eszterhai (Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Budapest), Jakub Jakóbowski (Centre for Eastern Studies, Warsaw), Ivana Karásková (CHOICE & MapInfluenCE) and Richard Q. Turcsányi (Palacky University
YCW Brussels chapter launched in the fall of 2015.
[Photo credit: Trent Strohm via Flickr Creative Commons license]
With the success of YCW’s climate event in London earlier this year and in light of the COVID pandemic highlighting the importance of global cooperation to solve the world’s biggest challenges, we are organising an online series addressing key issues at the intersection of China and the climate, including discussions with leading experts around energy, biodiversity and food security.
Stories of the Chinese diaspora: COVID-19, Chinatowns and political participation with Freya Aitken-Turff (CEO at China Exchange), Michael Wilkes (Former Vice Chair at British Chinese Project) and Jessie Lau (Board Member and Online Editor-in-Chief at NüVoices) Saturday, April 25, 2020,
Zhang Lijia looks deeply into China’s massive underground sex industry. During the talk, she will explain how she gained insight into the prostitution business which she describes in Lotus, a novel inspired by her grandma who was a former prostitute.
More often than not, we hear discussions about China that present it as a uniform block or focus mostly on the national initiatives. However, the truth is that each region and its cities have their own unique economic and regulatory