On November 8, just weeks after Chinese Communist Party Secretary Xi Jinping proclaimed he was shepherding China into a “new era,” President Donald Trump will begin a three-day state visit to Beijing. His first trip to China since his inauguration,
YCW's New York was launched in 2014 and its inaugural speaker was Stephanie Kleine-Ahlbrandt, the former Director of Asia-Pacific Programs at the United States Institute for Peace (USIP).
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As the 19th Party Congress gets under way on October 18th, we look back at one of the most under-recognized elements of Xi Jinping’s first five years in office: his enthusiastic support of traditional religions and values. Since taking office
As China’s government continues to tighten control over Chinese journalists, critics, and its general populace, institutions anchored outside Chinese borders will need to strengthen their resolve to support writers, reporters, and other observers, both Chinese and non-Chinese, who are invested
New Yorker staff writer, Jiayang Fan, has recently written several articles that engage with the evolving nature of gender dynamics, Confucian patriarchy, and feminism in contemporary China. The rapid speed of the country’s economic growth, coupled with its increased exposure
Five months into the new administration, the landscape surrounding US-China economic relations has shifted dramatically. The US has pulled out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership and the Paris Climate Accord, while the decision of the Trump administration to send a top