How has China's overreach shaped its domestic and foreign policy? How should the U.S. position itself if Xi's overreach persists in the coming decade?
In an interview with Dr. Yiqing Xu, we learned about how the ideology of Chinese students in the U.S. changes under growing racist rhetoric, and what that means to the U.S.
In an interview with Professor David Michael, we learned about how China's consumer economy has been rebounding from the coronavirus pandemic.
In an interview with experts Victor Shih and Kwai Ng, we gained valuable insights on the Hong Kong National Security Law's predicted impacts on the economy, law, and the people.
Students and faculty members joined in a vibrant discussion on concerns of Chinese students under the pandemic and the changing U.S.-China relations.
The coexistence of corruption and high-speed economic growth in China has always been a subject of popular discussion. In her latest talk, Dr. Yuen Yuen Ang shared her views on the issue.
Speakers Gerry Shih and Dr. Darren Byler present a disturbing picture of Xinjiang’s camps
At the UCSD US-China Forum, figures from the US and China discussed relations between the countries. Student volunteers now offer a behind the scenes look