CCG’s Blue book Report on Chinese Enterprises Globalization (2017) was published by the Social Sciences Academic Press in Beijingon Nov. 8, 2017. Deputy Editor in Chief of Social Sciences Academic Press Cai Jihui and CCG President Dr. Wang Huiyao jointly presented the report.
The Center for China and Globalization (CCG) launched its Hong Kong Council on Nov. 12, 2017. Mr. Leung Chun-ying, the vice chairman of the CPPCC and former Chief Executive of the Hong Kong SAR, addressed the ceremony. Tung Chee-hwa, the vice Chairman of the CPPCC and the first Chief Executive of the Hong Kong SAR, sent a letter to congratulate the event.
The Center for China and Globalization will co-host with MoE, MoST, Office of Overseas Chinese Affairs for the convention.
The Center for China and Globalization will release the 2017 Blue book Report on Chinese International Schools
As the China partner, the Center for China and Globalization and Asia Society will co-host the seminar
The China Outbound Forum is about to kick off in Sanya, South China’s Hainan province for 4 consecutive years.
On Aug 30, 2017, Lady Barbara Judge, the Director of Institute of Directors, was invited to address a speech at Center for China and Globalization (CCG). She shared the experience of successful companies in the UK. she exchanged her opinions on globalization with the representatives of many industries in China.
Co-organized by Center for China and Globalization (CCG) and NCCA, a roundtable discussion on the government’s policy on overseas Chinese was held on Aug 31, 2017. Officials, scholars and experts from the Exit & Entry Administration of Minister of Public Security, the Department of Policy and Regulation of Overseas Chinese Affairs Office Of The State Council, Tsinghua University, and Huaqiao University gathered at the headquarter of CCG and offered their own insights into the latest government’s policy on overseas Chinese.
On Sep 1, 2017, right before the BRICS Leaders Summit, Center for China and Globalization (CCG) organized a symposium surrounding the cooperation mechanism of BRICS. Many experts and scholars specialized in international relations, international politics, international trade and Asian studies were invited to discuss the influence of BRICS in world economy and global governance and the prospect of the cooperation of BRICS. The symposium was hosted by Dr. Li Weifeng, the Executive Secretary of CCG.
On Aug 31, 2017, together with the officials of Taiwan Affairs Office, a team from Taiwan, who focuses on the ‘Belt and Road’ Initiative and globalization, visited Center for China and Globalization (CCG). Nearly 20 professors from Taiwan University, National Chengchi University and other universities in Taiwan shared their opinions on the ’Belt and Road’ Initiative and globalization with the academicians and researchers of Academia Sinica, the officials of Taiwan Affairs Office and the experts of CCG.