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Chinese Tidings Lecture: “Is China's Carbon Emission Target Achievable: China's Climate Policy and Economic Development - 中国碳减排目标的可达性:中国的气候政策与经济发展”

Indiana University's Center for Chinese Language Pedagogy presents the fourth lecture on climate policy and economic development in the Chinese Tidings series.

Subsidising Tibet: Fiscal Estimated and Socio-Economic Consequences

Columbia University's Weatherhead East Asia Institute presents a lecture with Andrew Fischer, Associate Professor of Development Studies, International Institute of Social Studies in The Hague, Erasmus University Rotterdam.

South China Sea Dispute - What Happens Next?

National Press Club Panel Discusses the Economic, Security and Legal Considerations, Reviews Satellite Images

Migrant Workers in China: Hukou, Hope and Beyond

Asia Society Hong Kong will host a discussion on migrant workers in China as a part of its Jack Tang Memorial Lecture Series.

The Chinese Dream: The Rise of the World's Largest Middle Class and What It Means to You

Helen Wang, author of The Chinese Dream, will speak about China's middle class in Menlo Park, CA.

CRCC Asia Internship Program Info Session

Have you thought about doing an internship in China and gaining professional, international experience?

The 2009 Annual Reischauer Lectures

Dwight Perkins will speak about his experiences as the world's leading economist in Asia.

China's Financial Circles: The Money Goes Round and Round

The Stanford China Program presents a lecture with Carl Walter.

Brown Bag Lecture: "Hong Kong's Role in China's Modernization"

Alan Leong hosts a lecture and discussion on how Hong Kong has contributed to China's modernization process.

Forced Competition And Existential Comparisonism - A Conversation By Xiang Biao 项飙 (April 14th, 2023)

Join the discussion! In this conversation, participants are invited to share personal experiences and observations. Xiang will start the conversation by providing a brief history about examination in China.