Foreword by Janet Yellen
Business Lobbying in China/游说中国
The Center for Chinese Language Pedagogy presents the second in its series of lectures presented entirely in Chinese.
The Center for Chinese Language Pedagogy is proud to present the second in its series of lectures presented entirely in Chinese. All are invited to come and hear native and non-native speakers discuss topics ranging from academic to common-interest. Lectures will be followed by question-and-answer sessions, and simultaneous summary translations will be displayed throughout to accommodate people with little or no Chinese proficiency.
The second lecture will be given by Scott Kennedy, Associate Professor in the Departments of Political Science and East Asian Languages & Cultures and Director of the Research Center for Chinese Politics & Business (RCCPB) at Indiana University. His professional interests include government-business relations, policymaking, and global governance.
Chinese Tidings is sponsored by the Indiana University Chinese Language Flagship Program and is provided to increase opportunities for authentic interaction in Chinese between fluent speakers and our Flagship students, the next generation of global professionals.
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