Understanding Modern China | New Course

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May 11, 2021 4:00 pm
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12 hrs
€400 + VAT


Tuesday 11/05/2021 - 16:00-18:00

Thursday 13/05/2021 - 16:00-18:00

Tuesday 18/05/2021 - 16:00-18:00

Thursday 20/05/2021 - 16:00-18:00

Tuesday 25/05/2021 - 16:00-18:00

Tuesday 01/06/2021 - 16:00-18:00

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Despite its spectacular rise as a global superpower over the last four decades, China remains a “black box” to outsiders. As a result, there are many misconceptions about the country’s domestic policies and international ambitions that have a direct impact on the ways we engage Chinese state and business actors.


This short programme aims at addressing this substantial knowledge gap by equipping participants with essential and applicable knowledge on Chinese politics, business, political economy and international relations. It is an introduction to “how China works” designed to cater to the needs of multiple audiences of professionals.


Konstantinos Tsimonis

Konstantinos Tsimonis is a Lecturer in Chinese Society at the Lau China Institute, King’s College London. He has a PhD from the School of Oriental and African Studies where he also taught courses on Chinese, East Asian and comparative politics.


His articles have appeared in the Journal of Youth Studies, Modern China and the Chinese Journal of International Politics, among others. His upcoming monograph titled "The Chinese Communist Youth League: Juniority and Responsiveness in a Party Youth Organization" will be published by Amsterdam University Press. Konstantinos is currently working on a British Academy funded research project on China’s “Balkan Corridor”.
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