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Fairbank Center Aug 13
Check out the Hub, featuring brand new 1H 2019 data from & on capital flows between the United States and China: Follow for the latest research and analysis of bilateral and trends.
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Fairbank Center Aug 12
Congratulations to our former Hou Family Fellow in Taiwan Studies, Jennifer Hsieh, who was recently named a new LSA Collegiate Fellow at !
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Fairbank Center Aug 7
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Fairbank Center Aug 6
Harvard students - looking to take a course on China this fall semester? Look no further than our handy course guide!
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Fairbank Center Jul 31
"I've seen it in practice: Highly reputable Chinese academics having difficulty getting what would ordinarily be routine visas to come to the US being slow-walked." Prof. William Kirby talks to
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Fairbank Center Jul 30
New York Times highlights Ezra F. Vogel's latest book, CHINA AND JAPAN: Facing History, in its new and noteworthy section.
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Michael Szonyi Jul 25
Looking forward to seeing everyone for the new semester
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Fairbank Center Jul 25
Welcome to our new affiliates for 2019-2020! We are pleased to welcome 49 affiliates, including new faculty, An Wang posdoctoral fellows, Hou Family Fellows in Taiwan Studies, visiting scholars, graduate student associates, and associates in research
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Wendy Leutert Jul 11
My latest on how Chinese state-owned enterprises (SOEs) involved in infrastructure projects abroad are quietly evolving from contractors to become operators, investors & owners
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Fairbank Center Jul 15
The Failures of the ‘Failure of Engagement’ with China Professor Alastair Iain Johnston argues in The Washington Quarterly that the “engagement failed” idea rests on two exaggerated empirical claims and one (mostly unspoken) counterfactual claim
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Fairbank Center Jul 12
. writes on our blog about how multiple actors are driving Chinese SOEs’ changing involvement in overseas infrastructure development
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Fairbank Center Jul 11
Congratulations to our former An Wang Postdoctoral Fellow and Harvard College Fellow Donald Sturgeon!
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Fairbank Center Jul 10
"For many in Hong Kong, identity is important and overrides the question of simple economic self-interest." Professor Tony Saich is interviewed by the Harvard Gazette on Hong Kong's recent protests
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Fairbank Center Jul 9
"The rapid erosion of 'two systems' in Hong Kong has been given much attention. What about the “One country” side of the formula? China today is not the country that many Hongkongers and Mainland Chinese pinned their hopes on back in the 1980s." - Helen Siu
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M-RCBG Jul 3
Commentary on the , including from 's piece on Hong Kong's new momentum
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Jeff Wasserstrom Jul 7
Good series of posts, Helen Siu’s contribution is one particularly worth paying attention to, emphasizing the way the protesters in Hong Kong are speaking to and deserve to reach a global audience
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Fairbank Center Jul 8
Harvard University is hiring a Preceptor in Uyghur and Chaghatay, starting in fall 2019 at our Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations:
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Ting Microway Jul 7
Honoured to write 4 ’s blog on w/ an essay “Beyond Sing Hallelujah to the Lord: Colonialism, Cold War, Identity-Transformation & Hong Kong Protests from the Perspective of Religion”, part of a paper I’m working on, in part presented at
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Fairbank Center Jul 7
Hong Kong Protests Our latest blog post on what the recent protests might mean for Hong Kong's politics, featuring:  Ming-Sho Ho  Ming Tak Ted Hui  Helen Siu
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Fairbank Center Jul 3
Making China a U.S. enemy is counterproductive Our faculty join other leading experts in the field in writing an open letter to President Trump and members of Congress about their concern for the growing deterioration in U.S. relations with China
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