Professor Michael Szonyi, Director of Harvard’s Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies, looks at the challenges facing Canada-China relations during Prime Minister Trudeau’s state visit.
Is heavy-handed state intervention killing entrepreneurship in China? William Kirby, Spangler Family Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School, T. M. Chang Professor of China Studies at Harvard University, and Chairman of the Harvard China Fund explains.
Steven Goldstein, Sophia Smith Professor of Government at Smith College and Director of the Taiwan Studies Workshop at the Fairbank Center, examines what comes next for Taiwan’s first female president and cross-strait relations.
New York Times reporter and RSEA student, Helen Gao, interviews Former Fairbank Center Director Roderick MacFarquhar for the NYT’s Sinosphere.
Huan Jin, Fairbank Center Graduate Student Associate, explains the use of print propaganda during one of the most atrocious civil wars in human history.
Sha Fei 沙飞 photographed China’s turbulent wartime in the 1930s and 40s, and in doing so defined a national visual culture. Curator Chiaomei Liu, Professor of History at National Taiwan University …
Xin Wen, PhD student in Inner Asian and Altaic Studies, describes a summer in the British Library’s Asian and African Studies center, and how he might be an academic Spiderman…
We are saddened to report the news of the death of our friend and former Director Philip A. Kuhn.
Professor Eileen Chow, Duke University, pays tribute to Professor Philip A. Kuhn, former director of the Fairbank Center.
Iza Ding, PhD candidate in government and Fairbank Center Graduate Student Associate, explains China’s development of an emissions trading “carbon market” amid worsening environmental damage.