Our research on global talent focuses on the development of Chinese and international talent, as well as the role of “returnees” on China’s economic and social progress, we conduct many research, like the cultivation of global talents, studying aboard, returnees report, overseas Chinese, talents mobility, and talents training of multinational companies. CCG published annual reports about talents and returnees, Report on China’s Regional International Talents Competitiveness (2017), and Report on Employment & Entrepreneurship of Chinese Returnees 2017.
The Center for China and Globalization (CCG), PRC Ministry of Commerce China Association of International Economic Cooperation and United Nations China, in partnership with the Academy of Contemporary China and the World Studies, jointly held the 5th Annual China and Globalization Forum...
At the beginning of May, the Center for China and Globalization expert delegation, whilst in the US conducting “track II diplomacy” activities, visited several think tanks and research institutions to promote greater bilateral understanding.
On May 9th at 7am Beijing time, the world-renowned TV debate platform, Munk Debates, held its first debate of 2019 in front of an audience of 3,000 spectators in Roy Thomson Hall, Toronto, Canada. Dr. Wang Huiyao, Founder and President of the Center for China and Globalization (CCG), was invited to participate in this debate with three other leading international thinkers, where they debated the resolution: “Is China a threat to the liberal international order?”
For Wang Huiyao, founder and president of the Center for China and Globalization(CCG)，the good planning in economy and politics is the key factor for China being stable and prospering. “A lot of foreign companies come to China,” says Wang, who is also in favor of continuing to lift restrictions in China. Nevertheless, he emphasizes the importance of China doing both, improving their communication and getting involved with foreign countries.