The first CCG Dialogue Luncheon in 2015 was held on Jan. 19th at Beijing Yintai Tower and took as its main theme, "China Globalization Outlook for 2015." Over 40 CCG senior members and advisors, prominent scholars, and media partners attended the luncheon to participate in a lively and informative discussion around China and globalization during 2015.
Beijing – At the third plenary meeting of the 12th Beijing Municipal Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference earlier this month, CCG President Dr. Wang Huiyao provided useful policy advice from an academic perspective on how to accelerate talent cultivation and recruitment in the capital city.
Feb. 10 (Beijing) – Founder and President of the Center for China & Globalization (CCG) Dr. Wang Huiyao was among the top Chinese scholars and experts receiving appointment certificates to the Counselors Office of the State Council on Feb. 9th from Premier Li Keqiang in the Zhongnanhai.
Feb. 22 (Boston, USA) -China is accelerating the process of formulating its first charity law, whose final draft still awaits approval,which has been driven by the rising activities of non-profit organizations and recent surge in charitable giving within the country
Feb. 24 (New York, USA) -The Center for China and Globalization (CCG) launched the 2015 China-US Philanthropy Roundtable in New York to discuss the development of US philanthropy sector and how China can learn from its best practices.
At the conclusion of China's 2015 NPC and CPPCC sessions, the Center for China & Globalization （CCG） held its second Dialogue Luncheon of this year to discuss the prospects for the Chinese domestic and world economies and global politics as the People's Republic enters the era of the "new normal."