Pre 2010

  • Climate Change and China
    2 December 2009. 6.30pm-8pm. Sheikh Zayed Theatre, NAB, LSE
    Speaker: Ambassador Madam Fu Ying.
    Chair: Professor Stuart Corbridge LSE- ARC/DESTIN
    In cooperation with the Confucius Institute for Business London.
  • China at 60. Panel discussion looking at China on the 60th anniversary of the PRC, comparing to the 50th and looking ahead to the future
    20 October 2009. 6.30pm-8pm. D502, Clement House, LSE
    Speakers: Professor Stephan Feutchwang, Professor Athar Hussain
  • China-EU Relations in a Changing New World
    15 October 2009. 5pm-6pm. Old Theatre, Old Building, LSE
    Speaker: Ambassador Ma Zhengang
  • Household energy demand in China and sustainable development
    7 September 2009. 3pm-4.30pm. ARC Seminar Room, V1000, Tower 2, LSE
    Speaker: Ms Lu Xing, Peoples University, Beijing, China.
  • Chinese Legal Reform in the 1990's and the 1070's: Insights from history?
    29 June 2009. 6.30pm-8pm. H216, Connaught House, Aldwych, LSE
    Speaker: Professor Billy Kee-long So, Chinese University of Hong Kong
    Chair: Professor Stephan Feuchtwang, Deptartment of Anthropology, LSE
  • Tiananmen Square Remembered
    28 May 2009. 6pm-8pm. B212, Columbia House, Aldwych, LSE.
    Speakers: Professor Chen Jian, Professor Athar Hussain, Martin Jacques and Dr Debin Ma. Chair: Professor Mick Cox
  • Silk Route to Tea Route
    11 May 2009. 6.30pm- 8pm. H102, Connaught House, Aldwych, LSE
    Speaker: Professor Bozhong Li, Leverlhulme Visiting Professor, Tsinghua University.
    Chair: Dr Kent Deng, History of Economics, LSE.
  • Deptartment of Anthropology Seminar: The Individualisation of Chinese Society
    6 May 2009. 4pm-6pm. D202, Clement House, Aldwych, LSE
    Speaker: Professor Yunxiang Yan, UCLA. Chair: Professor Charles Stafford, Deptpartment of Anthropology, LSE.
  • Criminal Justice in China and Taiwan
    12 March 2009. 6.30pm-8pm. U8, Tower One, LSE
    Professor Jerome A Cohen, New York University School of Law
    Chair: Professor Stephan Feuchtwang.
  • 30 Years of Reform in China, A Historical Perspective
    9 March 2009. 6.45pm-8pm. U8, Tower One, LSE
    Speaker: Dr Debin Ma, Economic History Department, LSE
    Chair: Professor Athar Hussain
  • 30 Years of Reform in China
    20 February 2009. 6.30pm-8pm. Sheik Zayed Theatre, NAB, LSE
    Speakers: Sir Howard Davies, Professor Athar Hussain, Professor Luo Xuanmin and Dr Fei Qin
  • Less Than Thirty Years of Maoism: A lasting effect?
    16 February 2009. 6.45pm-8pm. Tower One, U8, LSE
    Speaker: Professor Stephan Feuchtwang 
    Chair: Professor Charles Stafford
  • 25 Years On: Cross-border Interactions in Historical Knowledge, China, South Korea and Japan
    11 February 2009. 2pm-4pm. H206, Connaught House, Aldwych, LSE
    Speaker: Dr Mutsumi Hirano, ARC Visiting Fellow
  • Chinese Economic Reforms: 30 Years of Reform in China
    9 February 2009. 6.45pm-8pm. Tower One, U8, LSE
    Speaker: Professor Athar Hussain
    Chair: Professor Stephan Feuchtwang.
  • China 2009: The critical year of China's economy
    31 January 2009. 9.15am. Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House, LSE
    (co-sponsoring) Speakers: Dr Kerry Brown, Dr Kent Deng, Professor Paul Herrling, Professor Athar Hussain, Professor Zhang Jun, Professor Peter Nolan, Daniel Pearson, Professor Danny Quah, Dr Paul Sheng, Gabriel Stein, Professor Wang Yiming and Professor Arne Westad.
  • The Shifting Distribution of World Economic Activity: China and global imbalance
    27 January 2009. 6.30pm-8pm. Sheikh Zayed Theatre, NAB, LSE
    Speaker: Professor Danny Quah
    Professor Danny Quah's lecture is part of a lecture series during the lent term on 30 Years of Reform in China in which we will be reflecting on what has happened to date and looking ahead to what is yet to come.
  • Is China a threat to global food security? Past achievements and future challenges 10 December 2008. 3pm-4.30pm. U8, Tower One, LSE
    Speaker: Dr Ajmal M Qureshi, Senior Fellow, JFK School of Government, Harvard University
  • China, America and India: The dragon, the eagle and the elephant - or stone, scissors and paper?
    6 November 2008. 6.30pm-8pm. New Theatre, East Building, LSE
    Speaker: Charles Dumas and David Smith
    Chair: Professor Athar Hussain, LSE
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