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Transparent citizens, police state, totalitarian rule: The catchphrases used to describe the Social Credit System (SCS) are oftentimes lurid. China has announced to introduce a rating system by 2020, which measures and expresses the social behaviour of citizens and companies. Is the system the Orwellian nightmare that Western media often depicts it as, or is the story more complicated? In Asia Society Switzerland’s summer series, we try to shed some light on what the SCS really is, and how it works.

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The former prime minister of Australia discusses his country’s need for a more balanced relationship with China.
interview
Transparent citizens, police state, totalitarian rule: The catchphrases used to describe the Social Credit System (SCS) are oftentimes lurid. China has announced to introduce a rating system by 2020, which measures and expresses the social behaviour of citizens and companies. Is the system the Orwellian nightmare that Western media often depicts it as, or is the story more complicated? In Asia Society Switzerland’s summer series, we try to shed some light on what the SCS really is, and how it works.
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In this article, Christina Russell describes how school systems are creating practices that develop and strengthen students' 21st-century competencies.
interview
Transparent citizens, police state, totalitarian rule: The catchphrases used to describe the Social Credit System (SCS) are oftentimes lurid. China has announced to introduce a rating system by 2020, which measures and expresses the social behaviour of citizens and companies. Is the system the Orwellian nightmare that Western media often depicts it as, or is the story more complicated? In Asia Society Switzerland’s summer series, we try to shed some light on what the SCS really is, and how it works.
Video
A teacher embeds language learning into well-connected and highly interactive learning experiences.
article
Dr. Samuel So of Stanford's Asian Liver Center discusses the ramifications of hepatitis B and liver cancer in Asia.
interview
Transparent citizens, police state, totalitarian rule: The catchphrases used to describe the Social Credit System (SCS) are oftentimes lurid. China has announced to introduce a rating system by 2020, which measures and expresses the social behaviour of citizens and companies. Is the system the Orwellian nightmare that Western media often depicts it as, or is the story more complicated? In Asia Society Switzerland’s summer series, we try to shed some light on what the SCS really is, and how it works.
series
India's lead on trade | Changing tack with China | Australian airtime in the Pacific | Thailand's human break
interview
Dr. Norbert Riedel and Johannes Matyassy in late June shared their view on Europe's political approach towards China in an event hosted by Asia Society Switzerland. They both have extensive knowledge about the region since they served or have served as head of the Asia-Pacific offices in their respective countries.
article
Lindsey Ford on China's exclusion from the world's largest multinational naval exercise.
report
Mr Rudd stresses the importance for Australia to get its relationship with China right, engineering a path to engagement that involves neither “conflict nor Kow Tow"
Article
The Hon Kevin Rudd receives extensive media coverage of his Asia Society Australia Leaders on Asia address in the AFR, The Australian, Sky News, and 9 News.
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Kevin Rudd writes about Xi Jinping's vision for the future of global governance in Project Syndicate
report
ASPI report on carbon market cooperation and linkage in Northeast Asia.
interview
Kevin Rudd reacts to President Trump pressuring NATO allies to pay more for defense.