Moderated by Will Heidlage of BowerGroupAsia, the second event in this three-part series brought together four panelists to discuss “Testing the World: Assessing China’s COVID-19 Diplomacy”. Lucrezia Poggetti, an Analyst at the Mercator Institute for China Studies (MERICS), discussed the
The YCW DC chapter launched in the fall of 2017. The nation's capital, Washington, DC lies at the heart of the world's most consequential relationship between the United States and China. The city's central importance to policy-making serves as an immutable draw to leaders from around the world in politics, business and academia. YCW DC is well positioned to tap those resources to help build the next generation of leaders looking at China from around the world and across fields.
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Moderated by Rui Zhong from the Wilson Center’s Kissinger Institute on China and the United States, this event brought together three panelists to discuss “Cultural Timelines of the COVID-19 Pandemic.” Diana Yeh, from City University of London, spoke about the
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.