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Lau China Institute Open Week (6-12 March 2014)

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During the Lau China Institute Open Week all of our lectures are open to the public and we welcome anyone who may be interested to attend. You are also invited to join us in a panel discussion on 12 March on Problems Facing China.

Programme


China’s Global Businesses and their Impact
Lecture by Dr Jan Knoerich, from the module Chinese International Investment
Thursday 6 March, 10-11am, Room S3.32
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Corporate Governance in Chinese Multinationals
Lecture by Dr Vanesa Pesqué Cela, from the module Chinese Business in the Global Market
Monday 10 March, 10-11am, Room K6.29
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The Principle of Independence and Self-reliance (独立自主原则) and Themes of Peace and Development (和平与发展主题) in Chinese Foreign Policy, 1982-1992
Lecture by Dr Suzanne Yang, from the module China's International Relations, 1949-Present
Monday 10 March, 1-2pm, Room K-1.14
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(NB replaces previously advertised topic "China’s Integration into International Society and ‘Harmonious World’ Discourse (1990-)")
 
Cultural Revolution Culture
Lecture by Dr Jennifer Altehenger, from the module Propaganda, Politics and Culture in Modern China
Tuesday 11 March, 10-11am, Room S-2.25
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Chinese Rural Development and Peasant Burdens
Lecture by Dr Charlotte Goodburn, from the module Contemporary Chinese Politics
Tuesday 11 March, 12-1pm, Room S-1.06
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Environmental Governance in China
Lecture by Dr Konstantinos Tsimonis, from the module Government and Governance in Contemporary China
Tuesday 11 March, 3-4pm, China Reading Room (Q117)
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Chinese Entrepreneurship in Comparative Perspective
Lecture by by Dr Vanesa Pesqué Cela, from the module Chinese Entrepreneurship
Wednesday 12 March, 10-11am, Room K6.63
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Land Use and Food Safety in China
Lecture by Dr Anna Boermel, from the module Environment and Health in China
Wednesday 12 March 12-1pm, Room S-1.08

What are the most serious problems facing China today, and how can it solve them?
Panel discussion, Lau China Institute lecturers, Wednesday 12 March 3-4pm, Room K-1.14
 

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