The editors welcome contributions on current affairs within Greater China, including Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan. Submissions can focus on emerging topics and current developments as well as on future-oriented debates in the fields of China's global and regional roles; political, economic and social developments including foreign affairs, business, finance, cultural industries, religion, education, science and technology; and so on.
Contributions are published in one of three sections: Research articles cover original research, are theoretically grounded, empirically sound and reflect the state of the art in modern China studies. Analyses reflect new thinking, are based in practical and/or professional experience and are non-partisan contributions to an understanding of policies, business, economic and cultural practice, and other evolving themes. Review articles provide an overview over recently published studies and the state of the art of current affairs within Greater China.
All manuscripts are peer-reviewed for acceptance, and the editors will respond within three months. Research articles should not exceed 10,000 words; analyses and review articles should not exceed 5,000 words (both incl. abstract and references). The Journal of Current Chinese Affairs only accepts English-language manuscripts, which must be submitted exclusively to this publication.