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Tuesday,May 16, 2017

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China had mapped out for its Belt and Road Initiatives, in what ways will China’s outlook reshape the landscape of globalization and multilateral economy? Populist’s sentiment is casting shadows over onging project in the development of Belt and Road Initiatives. How do we deal with potential risks along the Road? Many west observers still do some projects as part of China steer its economic strategies to overtake US and EU influence through economic means. How do China position itself in the campaign against the populism surgeon?

 

The Dialogue Studio inviting Clare Pearson, Chair of British Chamber of Commerce in China, Xie Tao, Professor of Beijing Foreign Studies University,  Paul Haenle, Director of Carnegie Tsinghua Center, and Dr. Wang Huiyao, President of Center for China and Globalization(CCG), to sharing their opinions and discussions.

 

From CNTN, May,  2017

 

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    He Weiwen, Senior fellow at Center for China and Globalization (CCG) and a former diplomat, says the recent meeting between President Xi Jinping and US President Donald Trump pointed to a return to normalcy.

  • China- US social and cultural dialogue

    Stronger the tie between people-to-people exchange is the top agenda of the first China-US Social and Cultural Dialogue. It’s the cornerstone for China’s outreach strategy, building stronger ties with other countries through exchanges of ideas, such as issues of health, culture, innovation and security.

  • Neil Shen: Hong Kong’s potential to Nurture startups

    Hong Kong has long been a hub for businesses, but has yet to be seen as a hub for innovators in science and technology. How is HK reinventing itself – yet again – to take advantage of the new opportunities available for entrepreneurs?

  • China widens its Silk Road to the world

    China’s new ‘Silk Road’ initiative is the only large-scale, multilateral development project that the 21st century has seen so far. There is no counter-offer from the West.

  • China lags behind in global talent recruitment

    Shanghai is the favorite Chinese city of foreign talent, said the report, released by the Center for China and Globalization (CCG) on Monday, followed by Beijing, South China’s Guangdong Province and East China’s Jiangsu Province.