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AsiaSociety.org articles, op-eds, videos and blog posts on China.

For this AsiaConnect briefing, University of Chicago political scientist Dali Yang will comment on the reforms announced at China’s Fourth Plenum, the implications of these reforms, and how they fit into President Xi's “Chinese Dream”.
Fubing Su
“Based on current government documents, the depth of these reforms falls short of the rhetoric, and many challenging issues are left untouched.”
Li-Wen Lin
“While seemingly fresh, many of the reform measures in fact are nothing more than affirmation of previous or existing (and often ineffective) policies.”
Launch of Asia Society Policy Institute Report and Panel Discussion
As the mass demonstrations in Hong Kong extend into a second month, scholars and journalists examine the root causes of the protests and assess what's ahead for Hong Kong.
“The Third Plenum’s reform plan has set up ambitious measures which will further accelerate China’s transformation to be an innovative society.”
Gary Liu
“Financial reform is the most eye-catching reform in China. It is both critical and imperative.”
Students from the Peninsula School District in Washington State flew across the globe and visited their partner school, Mudanjiang No.1 High School in Harbin, China.
Judy Fordjuoh, a senior at Medgar Evers College Preparatory School in Brooklyn, continues to study Chinese because she finds it “interesting to talk to people that we think are completely different from us – in another language.”
Lisa He Wu, a junior at Central High School in Philadelphia, participated in the 2014 Hanban Chinese Bridge Summer Camp.