China’s economic growth has been so strong for so long that it seems inevitable the country will soon become the world’s largest economy, and soon after that challenge the United States as the dominant global power.
China's Boxer Rising and the First Global War: Tales of Martyrs and Myths, Murders and Monuments This illustrated talk will focus on the violent events in China that convulsed the Qing Empire and captivated the attention of newspaper readers around the world in 1900, which are the subject of a bo
Panel on China's Immigration Laws and Regulations From former NBA players and UEFA football players to African traders, entrepreneurs, and foreign students, China has become an emerging destination for international migrants over the past two decades.
Oxford PPE Society, Ji-Li Jiang, author of Red Scarf Girl, will talk about her experiences in the Cultural Revolution. More information can be found here.
After a decade of expanding lawyer activism in China, the large-scale “709 Crackdown” beginning in July 2015 has had a deep chilling effect on the fight by criminal defense and human rights lawyers for basic legal freedoms.
Oxford Chinese Studies Society Dr Li Ruru, University of Leeds will talke about her experiences in the Cultural Revolution.
International History of East Asia seminar New Perspectives on Hong Kong and Sino-British Relations in the Early 20th Century Vivian Kong, University of Bristol: ‘“He’s not Portuguese.
Jointly curated by the University of Oxford China Centre and Chongqing Library, “Twin Cities under Attack: London and Chongqing during World War Two (1937-1945)” documents the painful experiences of the two wartime capitals being heavily bombed by Germany and Japan respectively during WWII and th
Congratulations to Anna Lora-Wainwright who has won this year's prestigious BBC Thinking Allowed/British Sociological Association Ethnography award for her book Resigned Activism: Living with Pollution in Rural China in recog