Closing Doors For Constructive Dialogue? Changing Dynamics of Interaction Between China and Europe (fishbowl discussion)

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by MiYeon Park on April 14th, 2016   347 views

When and Where

  • 14/04/2016
    7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

  • Mercator Institute for China Studies (MERICS)
    Klosterstr. 64, 10179, Entrance: 2nd Courtyard
    Berlin
    Germany
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Closing Doors For Constructive Dialogue? Changing Dynamics of Interaction Between China and Europe (fishbowl discussion)

Event Details

Young China Watchers (YCW) Berlin is inviting you to this Panel Discussion as part of the second MERICS “European China Talent Program.” The “fishbowl discussion” will tackle issues such as “How and where do Chinese and Europeans engage in conversation with each other? What are the benefits and limits of official formats for dialogue? How can people-to-people exchange beyond the official channels add value to Chinese-European relations? How do we personally contribute to European-Chinese dialogue?”

Closing Doors For Constructive Dialogue? Changing Dynamics of Interaction Between China and Europe (fishbowl discussion)

with Jörg Binding (Director at Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)), Angela Köckritz (Journalist at Die Zeit) and Zhu Yi (Research Associate at Mercator Institute for China Studies)

YCW Berlin is inviting you to this Panel Discussion as part of the secondMERICS “European China Talent Program.” The “fishbowl discussion” will tackle issues such as “How and where do Chinese and Europeans engage in conversation with each other? What are the benefits and limits of official formats for dialogue? How can people-to-people exchange beyond the official channels add value to Chinese-European relations? How do we personally contribute to European-Chinese dialogue?”

 

After the discussion, there will be time for informal exchanges over snacks and drinks. Please sign up for this event, also indicating your institutional affiliation until April 11, 2016 by sending an email to Julia Breuer (politics@merics.de).

 

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