The University of Oxford China Centre is a new hub for various academic activities related to China at the University of Oxford, located on the premises of St Hugh's College in the magnificent Dickson Poon Building. By bringing together superb academics and researchers from a broad range of disciplines, the China Centre will foster innovative collaborative initiatives and ensure that Oxford's research on China produces even more substantial impact, both domestically and abroad.
- The second lecture of the Deutsche Bank Oxford China Centre Lecture Series will be given by Kaiser Kuo, Director of International Communications at Baidu.com. The …Read More »
- George Magnus, economist, author and Associate of the China Centre, will be speaking at the China Centre on 17 February, 5pm, in the Lecture Theatre. …Read More »
- Rana Mitter was recently interviewed by The Diplomat magazine on the subject of ‘Memory and History: Forging China’s Identity’.Read More »
- Rana Mitter was invited to speak at the World Economic Forum at Davos in January, where he moderated the session entitled ‘Clash of Modernities?’ The …Read More »
- The Story of China, is a new BBC series, starting 21 January at 21:00 on BBC Two. Colleagues at the China Centre have been interviewed for this …Read More »
- Superfluous Things: Material Culture and Social Status in Early Modern China (1991), by Craig Clunas, has been translated into Chinese.Read More »
- On 4 November 2015, Matthew Erie gave a presentation, entitled ‘Islam in China/China in Islam: Revival, Contest, and Law’, at the University of Warwick China …Read More »
- During recent commemorations of the 70th anniversary of the ending of World War II in Asia, Rana Mitter was invited to talk about China’s role …Read More »
- Ying Yu’s article on consumer protection law has been published by the People’s Court Daily. The article is about EU reform of consumer protection law …Read More »
- Maria Jaschok was interviewed by Bethany Allen for an article in Foreign Policy. The article is about ‘China: the Best and the Worst Place to …Read More »
The Asian Infrasturcture Investment Bank: is this a First Step towards a Sino-centric Regional Order?
Tuesday, 9 February, 17:00 - Tuesday, 9 February, 19:00 at the China Centre
The International Political Economy of East Asia seminar series: this seminar will be given by Silvia Menegazzi, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, LUISS/Visiting Academic, University of Warwick, and Matteo Dian , Research Fellow, University of Bologna/Academic Visitor, St Antony’s College.
In Manchuria: a Village Called Wasteland and the Transformation of Rural China
Thursday, 11 February, 17:00 - Thursday, 11 February, 18:30 at the China Centre
This week’s China Centre seminar will be given by Michael Meyer, Assistant Professor of English, University of Pittsburgh.
Is the 21st Century Asia’s?
Tuesday, 16 February, 17:00 - Tuesday, 16 February, 19:00 at the China Centre
The International Political Economy of East Asia seminar series: this seminar will be given by Danny Quah, Professor of Economics and International Development, LSE and Director, Southease Asia Centre, LSE.
China, Rebalancing and Reform: Loud Thunder, Small Raindrops
Wednesday, 17 February, 17:00 - Wednesday, 17 February, 18:30 at Lecture Theatre 1
China, Rebalancing and Reform: Loud Thunder, Small Raindrops George Magnus Current financial turbulence notwithstanding, the popular narrative about China is that it is in the process of changing its growth model, or rebalancing. Investment- and credit-intensity will give way to an emphasis on households and on service-producing industries. The government boasts 330 reform measures covering … Continue reading China, Rebalancing and Reform: Loud Thunder, Small Raindrops →
Law, Justice and Development: the Case of post-WTO China
Thursday, 18 February, 17:00 - Thursday, 18 February, 18:30 at the China Centre
This week’s seminar will be given by Stephanie Balme, Research Fellow, Sciences Po, Paris.