In-person attendees, register at https://forms.gle/zntgppbURiWLKch87Remote attendees via Zoom, register at https://harvard.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_i1W35PQSRoGfeMlV-Maizg#/registration How does Asia respond to Russia’s war in Ukraine? And what are the implications for Asian security and stability? While Japan […]
Professor Winnie Yip maps out her concerns that China’s slowing economy and ever expanding hospitals will hamper much-needed healthcare reform.
A Fairbank Center delegation visited Taiwan recently and found no sense of imminent crisis but plenty of talk about U.S.-China relations
Read our blog post on the event: Xinjiang Update: Beijing’s Evolving Internment Policy Speaker: Adrian Zenz, Senior Fellow and Director in China Studies, Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation Moderator: Mark
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.
Speakers:Ya-Wen Lei, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, Harvard University Frank Tsai, Founder, China Crossroads, Shanghai Selina Wang, International Correspondent, CNN Beijing David Rennie, Beijing Bureau Chief, The Economist Moderator: Dorinda
Panelists:Lev Nachman, National Chengchi UniversitySara Newland, Smith CollegeChia-hung Tsai, National Chengchi University; 2022-2023 Visiting Scholar, Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies Moderator: Steven M. Goldstein, Fairbank Center Associate The opposition Kuomintang