Yu Keping, Modernizing China’s State Governance (中文)| American Mandarin Society

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by Project Pengyou on September 11th, 2015   1204 views

When and Where

  • 11/09/2015
    10:00 am - 11:00 am

  • Center for Strategic and International Studies, Room C115
    1616 Rhode Island Ave NW
    Washington DC
    United States
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Yu Keping, Modernizing China's State Governance (中文)| American Mandarin Society

Event Details

Join us September 11 at 10am at CSIS for a lecture, in Chinese, with renowned intellectual Yu Keping.

Yu Keping, Modernizing China's State Governance (中文) Time: September 11, 2015 from 10am to 11am
Location: Center for Strategic & International Studies, Room C115
Organized By: Nathaniel Ahrens

Event Description:
Join us September 11 at 10am at CSIS for a lecture, in Chinese, with renowned intellectual Yu Keping. Prof. Yu will be speaking on the current state and future of modernizing China’s state governance. He is a leading expert on this issue, and this is an event not to be missed!
Following the third and fourth plenum decisions, modernizing China’s state governance has become a top priority for Chinese leadership. This raises a number of important questions. What steps need to be taken? How will these likely proceed? How will the current economic situation affect those efforts? Bring your own questions and get them answered by a truly impressive scholar and practitioner. 不见不散!About Yu Keping:
Professor Yu Keping is deputy director of the Central Compilation and Translation Bureau and director of the Bureau’s China Center for Comparative Politics & Economics (CCCPE). He is also director of the Center for Chinese Government Innovations at Peking University. Previously he was a New World Senior Fellow at Harvard’s Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation. Professor Yu is an influential scholar in the fields of political reform, globalization, democracy, civil society, and good governance in China. Read more about his background and recent articles here: http://www.cctb.net/zjxz/fg/yj_1/ykp_1/
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A broad forum for Americans who have studied, researched, and lived in Greater China since the early 1980’s and have Mandarin capabilities


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