We would like to invite you to a private dinner with Professor Zha Daojiong on 6th August, Monday, 7:00pm. Professor Zha is currently a Visiting Senior Fellow at ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute, and also a professor in the School of International Studies, Peking University.
Professor Zha is an academic with a front seat on China’s foreign outreach and investments. Come to dinner and ask him all about Chinese overseas investments and relationships with other countries.
The dinner will take the format of free flow conversations, so please do send us a couple of questions or topics that you are interested in and would like Prof Zha to share his insights on. All opinions expressed are in his personal capacity and off the record. They do not reflect the position of Young China Watchers, our venue sponsor, nor any other agency nor organisation that Prof Zha is affiliated with. We thank you in advance for respectfully refraining from attributing any remarks
The venue of the dinner will be Old Hong Kong Restaurant, 10 Sinaran Drive, #02-80 Square 2, 307506. Seats are very limited, so please RSVP ASAP to firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to attend (Please also indicate your affiliation). First come first serve, we apologise if we have to put you on the waiting list if the spaces are filled.
Any cancellation must be submitted before the actual day.
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Professor Zha is currently a Visiting Senior Fellow at ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute, and also a professor in the School of International Studies, Peking University. Within Peking University, Professor Zha holds concurrent appointments in the Institute of Ocean Research, Institute of South-South Cooperation and Development, as well as the Yenching Academy. His areas of expertise include the politics of China’s international economic relations, particularly the fields of energy and natural resources, development aid and the economics-political nexus in the Asia-Pacific region. In recent years, his research has extended to political and social risk management for Chinese corporations engaged in greenfield investment operations in the country’s Belt and Road Initiative and beyond. He is author of several books and dozens of research articles including Building a Neighborly Community: post-Cold War China, Japan, and Southeast Asia (Manchester University Press, reprint edition 2013), co-authored with Professor Hu Weixing.