Religion in China with Professor Ryan Dunch
This paper profiles Huawei, the company at the centre of diplomatic tensions between Canada and China
This report examines the patterns of Canadian Google searches for China-related topics online
This new report by CIUA sheds light on reporting patterns concerning China
A bottom-up perspective on investment flows from China to Canada
September 16, 2019
The Globe and Mail: Despite political tensions, Canadian health clinic finds success in China
The Globe and Mail: Former Ontario minister sides with Beijing, pins Hong Kong protests on ‘outside’ forces
Business Insider: Australian intelligence reportedly concluded that China was responsible for a major hack on Australia's parliament in the lead up to its most recent elections
The New York Times: In Blow to Taiwan, Solomon Islands Is Said to Switch Relations to China
The New York Times: What Chinese Students Abroad Really Think About Hong Kong’s Protests
BNN Bloomberg: China's economy slows again, adding pressure for policy action
The New York Times: Senators Urge F.C.C. to Review Licenses of 2 Chinese Telecom Companies
SCMP: Artificial intelligence is watching China’s students but how well can it really see?
SCMP: President Xi’s dream city of Xiongan pushes ahead with smart city infrastructure aimed at covering all areas
SCMP: China’s women still waiting for an end to getting groped on public transport
ABC News: Popularity of NBA in China seems to create endless options
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Host Jia Wang interviews Professor Ryan Dunch about the evolution and current state of religion in China.
Huawei's controversies, business operations and it's role in Canada
New report examines the pattern of Canadian Google searches for China-related topics online
New report examines Canadian newspaper coverage of China
Data visualization by Scott N. Romaniuk, Sadiq Javer, Liang Ma, and Genevieve Ongaro
A comprehensive database that covers nearly 450 acquisitions, equity investments, and joint ventures in Canada by Chinese-controlled entities over the last twenty years
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RT @JenCrosby: Some 300,000 Canadians live in Hong Kong + the Feds have warned against others travelling there. On the Noon show,… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…8/15/2019 12:54:27 PM