Dynamic Mechanism of “Social Modernisation” with Chinese Characteristics

 By Bao Zonghao, Xiang Kun and Zhang Shuangshuang While the classic concept of “modernisation” and its logical extension are dedicated to “economic modernisation”,we argue that...

Beijing 2022 and China’s Second ‘Coming-Out Party’

By Dan Steinbock After a decade of huge international events, many Chinese people suffer from “gala-fatigue”. So has the case for Beijing Winter Olympics 2022...

Authentic, Ethnic, and Fusion: Food and Identity in Contemporary Perspective

By Ishita Banerjee-Dube This brief essay considers varied and often contradictory developments in order to explore the many understandings of the “authentic” and of “fusion”...

Can Educational Initiatives Help Achieve Social Justice in China?

By W. John Morgan and Bin Wu There has been an increase in debates regarding the Chinese education system’s inequality over the past years, relating...

Advertising in China

By Hongmei Li In the past few decades, Chinese advertising experienced exponential development. Advertising has gained strategic and symbolic importance in opening up society and...

When Asian Economies are Expanding Higher Education: Challenges for Graduate Employment and Education Governance

By Ka Ho Mok University graduates not only face the increasing risk of unemployment, but are usually disappointed by low starting salaries and a lack...

China’s Leftists Are Embracing Confucius. Why?

By Taisu Zhang In this article, Taisu Zhang analyses Pan and Xu’s paper entitled “China’s Ideological Spectrum” which provides large-scale empirical data on the ideological...

How China is Rolling Out the Red Carpet for Couples who have More than...

By Stuart Gietel-Basten In November 2015, China announced it would abandon its one-child policy and switch to a national two-child policy. It is now...

How China’s Increasingly Emotional Consumers Are Shaking the World

By Jeffrey Towson The changing behaviour of Chinese consumers is now regularly shaking the world. Suddenly, when these consumers change their minds about something, it...

The Internet in China: How the Network is Shaping the PRC’s Economic and Social...

By Eric Harwit Chinese e-commerce and communications companies are playing leading roles in the nation’s continued Internet development. These corporations are expanding their roles...

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