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MCI hosts in-person campus talks, workshops, roundtables, and online Zoominars with a global reach.

The University of Manchester is committed to academic independence and the freedom of speech. The views speakers present are entirely their own, and do not represent those of the University of Manchester, MCI, or its directors, who usually host the talks.

MCI events are held both in-person in the Lee Kai Hung Building at 178 Waterloo Place, a grade II listed town house on Oxford Road, and online. The MCI also holds regular Early Career Researcher Workshops at the institute, find out more here

Recording events without the written consent of all participants is prohibited. But you can watch recordings of past events on the MCI YouTube Channel. Please join our mailing list to receive news about future MCI events and activities: mci@manchester.ac.uk

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Manchester Chinese Institute Autumn 2022 Tuesday Webinars

Upcoming events

Bingchun Meng - Gender discourse on Chinese social media: From Douban feminism to PUA tutorial

12:30 - 13:30 06 December 2022

WEBINAR: This online talk will explore the ever-changing landscape of gender discourse on Chinese social media. The past decade has witnessed an ascendance of feminist discourse on the Chinese Internet. Not only is the spectrum of feminist views expanding, but clashes and confrontations on gender issues are also on the rise- often triggering..

Chao-yo Cheng - A Bird in the Cage? Unpacking Chinese Administrative Litigation with Public Court Transcripts

12:30 - 13:30 21 March 2023

WEBINAR: In this talk Dr Chao-Yo Cheng examines China's administrative courts' success. For decades, it has remained difficult for Chinese citizens to challenge government decisions through administrative litigation, as local governments control the crucial fiscal and personnel resources of the courts. In 2014, the Supreme People's Court annou..

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