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.
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.
A conversation with Angela Leung, University of Hong Kong ——— This year’s three Reischauer lectures—the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies’ signature academic talks—were about, of all things, soy sauce. Angela …
In recent years, many policymakers and China watchers in Washington, D.C. have developed a sense that China’s increasing economic activity is challenging U.S. influence around the world, particularly in Africa. …
Speaker: Liu Shouying, Dean, School of Economics, Renmin University of China Also via Zoom. Register at: https://harvard.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_kWAxH7BoQ8q90TVUW8NOWQ Venue
Professor Winnie Yip maps out her concerns that China’s slowing economy and ever expanding hospitals will hamper much-needed healthcare reform.