Are you looking for a tech career in China, but don’t know where to start? YCW’s Michael Kehoe spoke with Alariss co-founders Joyce Zhang Gray and Nicholas Manske about how to get plugged in. < About Joyce Zhang Gray Joyce
Launched in early 2015, San Francisco was established as the second branch of Young China Watchers in the United States. Strategically located next to Silicon Valley and some of the world's leading universities, YCW San Francisco attracts a diverse and highly engaged group of China-interested scholars, students, and professionals. Since its founding, YCW SF has hosted esteemed names such as:
- Orville Schell, Arthur Ross Director of the Center on U.S.-China Relations at Asia Society
- Francis Fukuyama, Olivier Nomellini Senior Fellow at Stanford University
- John Pomfret, The Washington Post
- Susan Shirk, Chair, 21st Century Project at University of California, San Diego
- Tom Fingar, Shorenstein APARC Fellow at Stanford University
- Harry Harding, Dean, Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy at the University of Virginia
- Shirley Lin, Chinese University of Hong Kong and the University of Virginia
- Vinod Aggarwal, Director of the APEC Study Center at University of California, Berkeley
- Andy Rothman, Investment Strategist, Matthews Asia
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Anna Ashton and Jacob Parker of the U.S.-China Business Council discuss what the “new normal” may look like when America’s trade relations with China normalize. About Anna Ashton Anna began her tenure at the US-China Business Council in January 2016.
On August 12, Young China Watchers San Francisco hosted a special event featuring Asian American thought leaders Cynthia Choi and Russell Jeung, co-leaders of Stop AAPI Hate, a project to document racist attacks and other acts of Covid-19 related discrimination.
About this Event Asia: Date and time: 9:00AM (Singapore/ Beijing/ Hong Kong), Sunday (May 31) US: Date and time: 6:00PM (San Francisco), 9:00PM (New York/ DC) Saturday (May 30) The joint sessions of the CPPCC and the NPC are being
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.