Other Upcoming SupChina Events
In 2015 China set the goal of eradicating poverty by 2020. So, has it happened? On August 27th, SupChina is hosting a live Sinica podcast with Chinese poverty policy expert Gao Qin and Matt Chitwood, an American that recently returned from two years in a remote mountain village in Yunnan province where he observed first-hand drastic social and economic change in rural China, to discuss the reality of China’s poverty eradication in 2020.
Other Upcoming China Events
This new 5-week online program, launching July 13, 2020, includes live access to the leading academics and practitioners in the field on global retail, focusing on China.
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Doing Chinese History (In a New Era): Thinking Outside the Archive | August 19, 2020
Emily Baum (University of California, Irvine) and Denise Y. Ho (Yale University) present a series of three online webinars for graduate students in Chinese history and Chinese studies, broadly defined. We and other colleagues recognize that current students are facing unprecedented challenges in conducting research and pursuing their professional development. We realize that this pilot series will not address all issues, but hope that it will create a platform of community and support, with the potential for continuation in the future.
An Asia Society and U.S. Heartland China Association event: Putting Intercultural Competency Into Action | August 25, 2020
A preview of the Asia Society Bridge program which facilitates diverse US – China intercultural engagement through Story Circles.
A U.S. Heartland China Association event: Agricultural Transformations In China and Its Global Trade Implications | August 27, 2020
In this deep-dive webinar, Dr. Wendong Zhang will review longer-term changes especially in Chinese agricultural markets and policies that would have major impact such as China’s rural land reform, rising per-capita meat consumption, modernization of the livestock industry post ASF, crop insurance, and futures markets increasingly like the U.S.