Chinese Citizens' Global Perception Survey Report Launch

May. 24, 2023 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

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China's rise as a major power in the 21st century has made it a key player in global affairs, one crucial aspect to further examine is its own citizens' attitudes towards foreign jurisdictions. How Chinese citizens perceive the world has profound implications for China's future behaviour domestically and abroad.

The China Institute at the University of Alberta is pleased to introduce our first Chinese Citizens' Global Perception Survey (CCGPS). The CCGPS 2023 has examined mainland Chinese citizens' perspectives on China's current relations with global actors, including Australia, Canada, the EU, France, Germany, India, Japan, Russia, the UK, and the US. The survey report discusses the survey findings in five areas: (1) Chinese citizens' general global perception; (2) China's global roles; (3) Foreign tourism, study, work, and emigration preferences; (4) Canada-China relations; (5) Chinese citizens' sources and knowledge of global jurisdictions.

The report provides observations and insight into Chinese public opinion on global relations and the factors shaping these perceptions while highlighting critical nuances that provide a greater understanding of the complexities of Chinese public opinion.

Please join the lead author and main contributors as we discuss the key findings during How China Sees the World in 2023 report launch. 


Vivian Chiew
Community, Public
Undergraduate Students
Graduate Students
Asian Heritage Month