By examining language, politics, and identity, three experts explore the relationship between Hong Kong and Mainland China over the past 25 years.
Xiaoyu Pu and Maria Repnikova discuss China’s media coverage of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
U.C. San Diego professor of political science Victor Shih analyzes China’s recent Two Sessions meeting.
Diana Fu and Jude Blanchette review the proceedings of the Sixth Plenum of the 19th CPC Central Committee held November 8-11.
Ye Liu and Carl Minzner discuss the social implications of accelerating demographic crisis.
Wenchi Yu reflects on the reasons for and implications of China's recent crackdown on the private tutoring sector.
By examining the personalities and experiences of China's primary top leaders since 1949, David Shambaugh explores contemporary Chinese history.
Cheng Li considers Shanghai's middle class, cultural and educational exchange, and the prospects for a positive U.S.-China relationship.
As the 100th anniversary of the Chinese Communist Party approaches, three leading experts analyze how China constructs and shares its national narrative, both internally and with the world.
Dean Fu Hualing discusses the March 2021 Two Sessions actions related to Hong Kong.