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Generation Mobile: Digital Media and Youth in China

The Great Hall (International House) International Lane, La Jolla, CA, United States

There are more than 800 million netizens in China, and nearly all of them are smartphone users. Join us for a discussion with Caitlyn Chen, vice president of Tencent and Pacific Leadership Fellow, to explore new trends and challenges in Chinese digital media. RSVP and details here.

U.S. Bans on TikTok and WeChat: Legal and Policy Issues


The 21st Century China Center is hosting a webinar over Zoom, on Monday, October 5th at 5 pm PT.  Join internationally renowned experts Dean of UC Berkeley School of Law Erwin Chemerinsky, Executive Director of Berkeley Center for Law & Technology James Dempsey, and Chair of the 21st Century China Center Susan Shirk for an […]

Little to Lose: Exit Options and Technological Receptiveness in China


21st Century China Center's Weekly China Research Workshop (CRW) Featuring the fieldwork and research findings of Nicole Wu, a Postdoctoral Research Associate at Princeton University, this webinar will discuss whether Chinese manufacturing workers fear technological displacement. How do Chinese local workers and migrant workers respond differently to the increasingly automated manufacturing sector and job prospects? […]

Has the EAST Risen Again? Lessons from History


The 21st Century China Center will be hosting a webinar on January 13th, at 1:00 pm PST. Dr. Yasheng Huang, professor of international management at MIT, will present from his book project on four factors that have shaped China’s development: Education, Autocracy, Stability and Technology (EAST). He focuses on the historical patterns of technological development […]

Sharp Elbows: Competition in China’s Internet and Investor Implications


At this 21st Century China Center-hosted webinar, Rick Carew, visiting lecturer at the University of Virginia and veteran Wall Street Journal reporter, will discuss the state of competition in China’s internet sector and its implications for investors and innovation in the years ahead. He argues that China’s technology giants have engaged in a fierce winner-takes-all […]

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