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icon announcement Posting Date: 25 July 2016
Dr. Brandon King awarded CUHK Young Scholars Thesis Awards 2015


Congratulations to Dr. Brandon King (PhD Graduate 2015) for being awarded the Young Scholars Thesis Award 2015 administrated by the Graduate School in conjunction with the eight Faculties in The Chinese University of Hong Kong, in recognizing his outstanding scholarship in his thesis titled "Adapting with the Times: Fajia Law and State Development".

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Posting Date: 27 May 2016
Undergraduate students participate in Beijing field study course


From 16-22 May, 2016, our annual undergraduate field study course, led by Professor H. Christoph Steinhardt and Dr. Jiang Yihong, took a group of 24 students to Beijing to put their finger at the pulse of politics in China's capital. It explored the roles of Chinese state and private think tanks, how China engages the world, and Beijing as a political city. The trip included visits and interactions with the CCP's Central Translation and Compilation Bureau, The World and China Research Institute, The New York Times, Global Times, The EU Delegation to China, Tian'anmen Square and The Chinese National Museum, Jingshan Park, as well as a student-organized visit to the Niujie Mosque and Muslim quarter.

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icon publication Posting Date: 13 April 2016
New article from Prof. Christoph Steinhardt


Modern China We are pleased to announce that Professor H. Christoph Steinhardt's article, "State Behavior and the Intensification of Intellectual Criticism in China: The Social Stability Debate," has been published in the most recent edition of Modern China. 42(3): 300-336. 
icon activities Posting Date: 22 March 2016
Undergraduate Exchange launched with National Taiwan University

We are pleased to announce the successful launch of our first semester-long exchange programme with National Taiwan University (國立臺灣大學) in Taipei. The Centre's first cohort of 14 undergraduates includes students from China, Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, Norway, South Korea, Taiwan, and the United States. Our students with intermediate Mandarin will be undertaking an intensive Chinese language-acquisition curriculum, while those with advanced Mandarin will be conducting a full semester of content courses in the NTU system.

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