November 27-29, 2018 | Edmonton, AB
Mark Rowswell, aka Dashan, joins host Jia Wang for the second episode of the China Matters podcast
A bottom-up perspective on investment flows from China to Canada
December 13, 2018
The Globe and Mail: Tensions mount as China confirms detention of second Canadian
Reuters: Chinese state media urges Canada to defy U.S., free Huawei executive
Reuters: Canada warns U.S. not to politicize extradition cases
Bloomberg: Trump Can Stop Huawei Extradition, But Not Without Consequences
WSJ: FBI Says Chinese Espionage Poses ‘Most Severe’ Threat to American Security
The New York Times: A Weakened China Tries a Different Approach With the U.S.: Treading Lightly
Bloomberg: Apple Suppliers Are Considering Moving iPhone Output if Tariffs Hit 25%
BNN Bloomberg: Morneau vows to focus on China trade as Huawei tensions mount
SCMP: US trade war spreading to China’s state-owned enterprises, warns senior government official
SCMP: Beijing no longer requires local governments to work on ‘Made in China 2025’, but China’s hi-tech ambitions remain
The Globe and Mail: CPPIB standing by Chinese investment plans despite tension around Huawei executive’s arrest
Channel News Asia: China's Zhoushan to go after Singapore marine hub's top billing
Financial Times: Warburg Pincus launches $5bn China distressed property venture
CNN: China built more skyscrapers in 2018 than ever before
SCMP: Dutch court rejects Chinese villagers claim to have their Buddha mummy returned
CGTN: Xi encourages more contribution from non-CPC elite to China's economy
Thanks to the University of Alberta’s strong connections to and long-standing relationships with China, there are many scholars from all disciplines at the University of Alberta whose research, teaching, collaboration, academic initiative, or scholarship activities involve China or China-related areas. Interested researchers, students and prospective students are welcome to browse their profiles and contact them individually for further discussions.
Click here for a list of China Scholars at the University of Alberta.
In 2008, the China Institute (CIUA) launched its Multiple Funding Programs. Since then, CIUA has been offering funding to faculty members, researchers and students at the University of Alberta supporting their China related activities as well as to bring distinguished scholars to campus to share their knowledge and research. These activities have greatly strengthened linkages between the UAlberta and partner universities in China, and promote the level of understanding of China on campus.
Please click here to learn more about our grants.
Dashan visits the China Institute! Host Jia Wang interviews Mark Rowswell, aka "the most famous foreigner in China".
The China Institute releases two papers on understanding Chinese SOEs in Canada.
Economic Policy & Trade Options for Canada Amidst Uncertainties Surrounding NAFTA and US/China Trade Disputes.
A comprehensive database that covers nearly 450 acquisitions, equity investments, and joint ventures in Canada by Chinese-controlled entities over the last twenty years.
Key findings of the Survey indicate Albertans’ growing support for Chinese investment and closer economic ties while some concerns still remain.
A report that examines the development of China’s renewable energy and clean technology in recent years, and discusses the challenges to Alberta.
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