Since the beginning of China’s opening up in the 1980’s, China’s travel industry has transformed into one of the world’s most-watched inbound and outbound tourism markets. China is already the world’s largest outbound travel market, and is expected to grow
YCW launched its second chapter in Shanghai in 2010. As China's financial capital, YCW Shanghai has tapped many experts covering China's economy and financial sector, as well as urbanization. Our speakers have included:
- Jonathan Woetzel, Director of McKinsey & Company, Director of the McKinsey Global Institute in Asia and Co-Chair Urban China Initiative
- Shen Dingli, Vice Dean of the Institute of International Affairs of Fudan University
- The Honorable Ken Jarrett, former US Consul General in Shanghai
YCW Shanghai has co-sponsored many of its events with the Hopkins China Forum, organized by The Johns Hopkins University and its affiliated alumni associations worldwide. Our partner has brought in visiting professors from leading policy graduate program, School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), Johns Hopkins.
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Join our Shanghai Chapter for a fireside chat with Enoch Li, founder of Bearapy and author of ‘Stress in the City: Playing My Way Out of Depression’, as we discuss wellbeing in the city and mental health in Mainland China.
Call for applications Deadline: 31 May 2019 YCW Shanghai is recruiting new Directors to join its dynamic leadership team. YCW is an all-volunteer organisation focused on connecting and educating the next generation of China thought-leaders through forums and other events,
YCW Shanghai is welcoming Carly Ramsey, Associate Director at Control Risks, to lead a discussion on Cyber Policy in China. As companies digitise and the competition to lead the Fourth Industrial Revolution heats up, 2019 will be the year that
YCW Shanghai is welcoming Matthew Chitwood, Research Fellow from the Institute of Current World Affairs to share his research on China’s rural revitalization with YCW Shanghai members. Almost half of China’s population is still rural. Ever wonder how this critical