CCG has long-standing interests in domestic policy and reform research, and has provided constructive policy advice on China's openness index, regions and cities, the Greater Bay Area economy, and urban-rural integration.
Wang Huiyao: More should be done to lure tourists
Although China’s outbound tourism has been consistently increasing for the past few years, a report released recently by the Center for China and Globalization (CCG) showed that the situation of China’s inbound tourism is not as ideal. In 2015, the number of inbound tourists was 30 million fewer than that of outbound ones.July 21 , 2017
Annie Wu: Hong Kong has lost two generations
As Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) enters its fifth month of anarchy, rampant violence and vandalism continues to plague the streets of a city once revered for its modernity and prosperity. What began as a demonstration against an extradition bill has now transformed itself into a full display of unfathomable madness.November 05 , 2019