How did the CCP nationalize socialism? This case study looks at a May Fourth Movement exhibition to deduce roots of the CCP's political theology.
As China's demographic transition takes place, what should the central government do to win the war for talents?
With increasing competitions over global talent, concerns over the potential loss brought by talent flows arise. How should international policymakers think of it in a global context?
Retaining top immigrant talent has long been an important goal of US immigration policies. How should policymakers pave the path forward in the interest of attracting foreign talent?
Using geographical data of Chinese people who passed the imperial examination, a connection between historical educational outcomes and modern economic growth is drawn.
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.