Tracking Albertans' views on China
A bottom-up perspective on investment flows from China to Canada
December 15, 2017
Canada China Relations
Globe and Mail: Two Conservative senators’ business venture linked to China
National Post: As polar ice recedes, China plans for a massive telecom cable across the Arctic seabed
Finance and Trade
Forbes: China's Debt Bomb Just Keeps Getting Bigger
Financial Times: China to do away with export tax on steel products
Reuters: China raises market rates to fend off financial risks, growth cools
South China Sea
Time: China is still building on disputed islands in the South China Sea
Reuters: China tells Australia off over South China Sea stance
South China Morning Post: China unveils satellite network plan for round-the-clock lock on South China Sea
East Asian Politics
BBC: China investigates attack on South Korea photographer
Bloomberg: Japan-China Ties Are Improving, But They're Still Pretty Bad
Sydney Morning Herald: Ivory will no longer be sold in China but battle to save elephants not over yet
Reuters: Beijing spared as smog triggers curbs on factories across northern China
South China Morning Post: Chinese province admits homes left freezing after overzealous coal ban
Vehicle Trade and Transport
Xinhua: Beijing to further limit number of new cars
Reuters: Are China's cars finally going to make inroads in Western markets?
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.
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PRC Australia tensions over allegations of political interference by China were live issue when I visited Australia… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…12/12/2017 6:02:20 PM
Opportunity to speak to Western Australian audience in Perth on respective national interests in South China Sea &… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…11/29/2017 1:13:24 AM
US-PRC $43 billion dollar LNG project, which will generate thousands of jobs and billions $ revenue for Alaska, cou… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…11/26/2017 1:14:20 AM
RT @GordonHoulden: Australia's PRC Ambassador gave thorough take on 19th Congress, PRC foreign policy, and strengths/challenges of Can… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…11/20/2017 9:39:14 AM
RT @GordonHoulden: I look forward to comparing & contrasting Australian & Canadian approaches to managing relations with Beijing. twitter.com/j_laurenceson/…11/3/2017 8:57:36 AM
RT @GordonHoulden: PRC Amb to Canada at CIUA Forum stated Canada & PRC are expected to announce formal FTA negotiations in near future.
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