Stuart Lau (South China Morning Post) and Stephan Ortmann (City University Hong Kong) join Gunter Schubert (Universität Tübingen) for a panel discussion on the causes of the ongoing protests in Hong Kong and the ramifications of recent political, economic and social developments for the city’s future.
The event is part of the Brennpunkt Asien series on current affairs organised by China Centrum Tübingen and will be co-hosted by the Chair of Greater Studies, Department of Sinology.
18.07. 18:00 c.t., Welthethos Institut, Hintere Grabenstr. 26, 72070 Tübingen
Prof. Dr. Gunter Schubert (University of Tuebingen) explains why China today is best understood as a modern empire and what conclusions we must drawn from it, using examples from Chinese global politics.
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To strengthen collaboration between Germany’s tertiary education institutions on China-related issues, a consortium of China centres from four German universities was established in late 2018. The founding members, from the universities of Kiel, Berlin, Dresden and Tübingen, convened on 23.06.2019 to further develop the network’s goals and measures.
As part of the Studium Generale curriculum, CCT's Ministry of Education-funded ChinaForum Tübingen (CFT) project team has organised a series of lectures on China's social, political and economic transformation. Featuring both renowned China scholars and speakers from the world of business and the media, the series opens on April 23 with a lecture from CCT director, Prof. Helwig Schmidt-Glintzer.
All lectures will be held on Tuesdays from 18:15-20:00 at Kupferbau, Hörsaal 22.
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