A recap of the topics discussed in Day 1 of the 2017 Teachers Workshop and how they affect the social issues that will be discussed in Day 2.
Lectures and Talks
Sinica Podcast recording where host Kaiser Kuo interviews Susan Shirk of UC San Diego, and Stanley Rosen of USC on wide range of US-China relations in the age of Trump.
Matt Sheehan recounts three stages of the China-Silicon Valley relationship,
An in depth review of China’s “One Belt, One Road Initiative” and how it should be viewed in the context of Chinese history.
Qingwen Dong introduces WeChat, China’s now ubiquitous “super-app” and its effect on Chinese culture.
The historical background that have shaped China’s path to the global stage today.
A sociological look into China’s history and its path to globalization through photographs
A great explanation of the organization of the ruling Chinese Communist Party and how it is able to have total control of the entire country.
Prediction of China’s upcoming growth rate
The actions and reactions that resulted in unintended negative outcome between U.S. and China.