Guo Chen Fellow, Woodrow Wilson International Center
Jan 18 , 2018
Chinese cities have developed rapidly and this pace would not have been possible without relocating/displacing large numbers of both urban natives and migrants. Over the past decades, millions of such people have been mobilized to leave their original communities for the express purpose of making way for the new structures and amenities necessary for a modern city life.
Jan 18 , 2018
China’s economy grew 6.8 percent in the fourth quarter of 2017 from a year earlier, official data showed on Thursday, above expectations and unchanged from the previous quarter’s growth.
Richard Javad Heydarian author of "Asia's New Battlefield: US, China, and the Struggle for Western Pacific"
Jan 11 , 2018
ASEAN has ably brought together former rivals and among the world’s most (ideologically and socio-economically) diverse nations under a single roof. Yet, with the rise of China and the demise of the old American-led order, the ASEAN is facing an existential moment, which may require strategic soul-searching and major institutional reforms.
Jan 05 , 2018
China is issuing long-term visas to lure highly skilled people from abroad to work in the country.
Zheng Yu Professor, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Jan 04 , 2018
What role does China play internationally? How will it use its international capabilities and military strength? With whom will it cooperate? These questions have been challenging observers since the beginning of this century.
Wang Fan Assistant President, China Foreign Affairs University
Jan 03 , 2018
The United States must live with the reality that China will continue to grow stronger; any attempt to curtail China’s influence will come to naught, be it engagement or containment or “congagement”.
Zhong Wei Professor, Beijing Normal University
Dec 14 , 2017
This is what China’s developmental path for the next 30 years will look like.
Tom Watkins Advisor, Michigan-China Innovation Center
Dec 12 , 2017
The future and history of the world is being shaped increasingly by China and America. Going forward, all major global issues will intersect at the corner of Washington D.C. and Beijing. How our current leaders and future generations manage this relationship will not only impact the people of China and America; but all of humanity. As 2017 comes to an end and a new year begins, we will see how the Chinese leaders and millennials are poised to re-shape their — and our — world.
Fu Ying Chair, NPC Foreign Affairs Committee
Dec 11 , 2017
In China, it’s widely believed that the most important driving force for economic growth in the first quarter of century after the Cold War has been economic globalization. The world economy has expanded more than three times, lifting many people out of poverty.
Pranab Bardhan Professor, University of California, Berkeley
Dec 06 , 2017
It seems that China’s leaders have now forsaken Deng Xiaoping’s advice to tao guang yang hui (“keep a low profile”). In declaring a “new era” for China during October’s 19th National Congress in Beijing, President Xi Jinping presented the Chinese system of governance as a model for other countries to emulate.