Tracking Albertans' views on China
A bottom-up perspective on investment flows from China to Canada
August 21, 2017
South China Morning Post: Here’s how China’s ageing will narrow income gaps in the West
Xinhuanet: China to promote financing guarantee for small firms, rural sector
BBC: China’s Great Wall eyes Fiat Chrysler bid
CNBC: No sex, no gambling, China tightens rules on foreign investment
Bloomberg: China expresses ‘strong dissatisfaction’ with U.S. trade probe
Scholarship and Academia
Washington Post: In reversal, Cambridge University Press restores articles after China censorship row
Time: China lures young Taiwanese with better jobs and prospects
Reuters: ‘Extremely dissatisfied’ China blames India for border scuffle
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.
Key findings of the Survey indicate Albertans’ growing support for Chinese investment and closer economic ties while some concerns still remain.
A comprehensive database that covers nearly 450 acquisitions, equity investments, and joint ventures in Canada by Chinese-controlled entities over the last twenty years.
A report that examines the development of China’s renewable energy and clean technology in recent years, and discusses the challenges to Alberta.
I do not agree with ROK Pres Moon that DPRK can be convinced to abandon its nuclear arsenal. ROK may want same.
goo.gl/RMRV578/21/2017 3:07:13 PM
Nanos poll shows reticence re China that must be overcome or reduced for a Cda-PRC FTA to be welcomed by Canadians.
goo.gl/YgcJQs8/21/2017 2:45:14 PM
RT @GordonHoulden: China's DC-based think tank primer on packed agenda of trade irritants for US China Comprehensive Economic Dialogue.
goo.gl/MBMn4c7/19/2017 10:19:16 AM
The 2017 Annual China Institute Survey is officially launched - read up on Albertans' views on China here: bit.ly/2uRN2sZ7/12/2017 11:35:13 AM