We are delighted to invite you to eat, drink, and ring in the Year of the Dog with us and the China Supper Club. For the occasion, Roseann Lake, correspondent for The Economist, will speak on her work documenting the
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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We invite you to join us for an invigorating round table discussion over casual drinks, led by Professor Syaru Shirley Lin of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, on the challenges facing China, the U.S., and Taiwan in managing their
To get the Young China Watchers $10 rate: At ticket check-out, please select the “Non-Member Adult” ticket and proceed to checkout where you will enter the coupon code: YCW11817 and then hit “Activate.” At that time the ticket type will
China’s financial system used to be boring and state-controlled, keeping deposits captive at large state-owned banks and lending out cheaply to state-owned enterprises. Very quickly, however, virtually everything about the system has changed, particularly since the equity market crash in
This is a critical period for Chinese labor relations. The number of strikes is rising. The government is cracking down on labor NGOs. Lay-offs involving millions of workers have been announced. Aaron Halegua has studied Chinese labor issues for over