A new book edited by Andrew S. Erickson examines the risks of crisis in the disputed waters of the Yellow Sea
Guanchi Zhang and Changxin Xu argue that gated residential communities are key to understanding both the success and demise of China’s zero-COVID lockdown policies.
Our recent symposium brought together over 30 experts on China to discuss the future of bilateral relations between Washington and Beijing.
A recent panel at our symposium on “Coexistence 2.0” invited participants to discuss how Asian countries navigated tensions between the U.S. and China.
Mark Wu and Tony Saich outline their views on the future of US-China relations at the opening of our recent symposium on “Coexistence 2.0.”
Spotlight: Yuhua Wang, Professor of Government When Harvard Government Department Professor Yuhua Wang set out to study China’s imperial history, his analysis of taxation, state strength, and imperial rule revealed …
A China Biographical Database Visiting Scholar discovers something surprising about Ming poets’ publishing tactics. It’s reminiscent of Amazon.
Lu Xun, who is considered one of the greatest writers of 20th Century China, became a sensation in the early 20th century because his writings so sharply criticized traditional Chinese …
Following the conclusion of the 20th Congress of the Communist Party of China (CCP), the newly elected central committee convened and elected its new Politburo, Politburo Standing Committee (PSC), and …
Infographic: China’s New Leaders after the 20th Party Congress
Three Fairbank Center affiliates present their views on the recent 20th Party Congress.