The economic changes within China in the last 40 years has precipitated the change in bi-lateral relationship between the U.S. and China from one of “engaging” to a relationship of “de-coupling” since 2018.
1990 Institute Teachers Workshop Lectures
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.
This curriculum explores the history of U.S.-China relations and prepares students to advocate different options for U.S. policy towards China in a simulation set in the U.S. Senate.
Lessons on China’s economic development and the roles that it plays on migration, urbanization, wealth, and education
2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 Teachers Workshop Brochures
The leading role that China and the United States play in both causes and solutions to global warming and the connection between global warming and recent extreme weather events around the world.