Poverty alleviation has always been a core policy goal of the Chinese government. To further evaluate the progress, more systematic factors need to be considered.
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.
China's city-oriented flood mitigation policy may turn out to greatly endanger rural citizens' livelihoods and eventually China's food security.
The introduction of the 2019 Extradition Bill and the new National Security Law to Hong Kong not only sparked greater political turmoil, but also added to pre-existing mutual cultural animosity.
The recent #BLM movement has led to further discussions on social justice issues. A Chinese international student shared his story on China-Africa ties and his reflection on the protest.
20,000 Flown over the Pacific and Beyond — China’s Distribution of “Health Packages” to Chinese Students
In response to COVID-19, China's distribution of protective equipment to overseas Chinese students has proven well received. Yet its limited influence calls for further inquiry.
Students and faculty members joined in a vibrant discussion on concerns of Chinese students under the pandemic and the changing U.S.-China relations.
Can Chinese NGOs help handle China's image problems in Myanmar?
Identity politics among Hong Kongers and mainland Chinese have changed significantly and shaped the methods and goals of the protests.