CCG “Two Sessions” Salon

Thursday,Mar 08, 2018

During the expected“Two Sessions” period in March,CCG will host “Two Sessions” Salonand will invite some CCG council or academic committee members, who are also CPPCC members to introduce and discuss the proposals of “Two Sessions”, which are related to some research areas like talents, globalization, global trade etc. At the same time many media will also participate.


CCG held "Two Sessions" salon last year.

  • CCG Senior Fellow: Xi to explain economic priorities in Davos

    Xi’s trip, the first state visit by a Chinese leader this year, comes at a time of uncertainties amid rising anti-globalization, protectionism, isolationism and populism even in economies such as the United States and the European Union that have for decades advocated free trade. The election of Donald Trump as US president and the rise of anti-establishment forces in Germany and France, the EU’s heartland, do not bode well for the already wobbly global economic growth.

  • China Daily | Wang Huiyao: Changes will keep power in check

    This year marks the 40th anniversary of the reform and opening-up policy, which has also become a key term in the new amendment. The words “reform” and “open” are highlighted.

  • Wang Huiyao: China should seize opportunity to join TPP

    Standing at a new starting point, Chinese diplomacy needs to rally to situations both at home and abroad and prioritize security and development. To foster an advantageous external environment and extend the strategic period of opportunity for Chinese development, China should focus on improving the geopolitical environment, which can be effectively achieved through economic diplomacy.

  • Wang huiyao: Historic move to streamline departments

    According to the draft proposal that the State Council, China’s Cabinet, submitted to the ongoing first session of the 13th National People’s Congress on March 13, the establishment of a specific administrative body for immigration affairs is of great significance for the Chinese people as well as foreigners planning to migrate to China in the near future.

  • Wang Huiyao: China could help make America great again

    To make America great again, Trump has promised to bring manufacturing companies back to US, and increase infrastructure investment to create more jobs for unemployed Americans.