As soon as travel restrictions were lifted, Prof. Winnie Yip quickly made plans to return to China to resume her dialogue with Chinese scientists, doctors, and health officials. In April, Yip traveled to Yunnan for a meeting of the Tsinghua-Lancet Commission on Health and Poverty Alleviation in China.
Top Beijing thinker Jia Qingguo says it is “harmful” to frame U.S.-China relations in ideological terms. The Biden administration, he says, has used China as “a tool and a target,” and hostile rhetoric has stymied constructive negotiations.
On March 7, 2023, the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies convened the first Big Questions Forum with a panel of experts to explore “The Stories We Tell: The Politics of History in the United States and China.”
The “Environment in Asia” research series convened a one-day symposium to discuss the future of environmental history studies and honor two pioneers of Chinese environmental history.
Military expert Isaac B. Kardon gives “Critical Issues” talk In a recent talk in the Fairbank Center’s Critical Issues Confronting China series, Isaac B. Kardon, senior fellow for China studies at the
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