LSE SU China Development Forum 2018: China's perspectives redefined

Hosted by The LSE SU China Development Society and Institute of Global Affairs

Old Theatre, United Kingdom

Welcoming its 10-year anniversary, the 2018 LSE SU China Development Forum, ‘China’s Perspectives Redefined’, aims to inspire a series of intellectually-stimulating discussions revolving around how China will reshape its future as it ventures into a new world order. 

The Forum will provide in-depth analyses and answers to the challenges facing China in the new era and bring together world-renowned speakers to join the debate and share their invaluable insights across a range of topics.

Established in 2009, the Forum has grown to become the largest China-themed forum in Europe, annually attracting an audience nearly 400. The aim of the Forum is to: provide a platform for both students interested in Chinese affairs as well as professionals well versed in China studies to engage in vibrant and in-depth intellectual discussions.


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