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Manchester China Institute 曼彻斯特中国研究院

Past Manchester China Institute events

Felix Wemheuer - "Great achievements, big failures: How to evaluate the social changes of the Mao era"

12:30 - 13:30 10 February 2020

In the Mao Era (1949–1976), millions of Chinese people experienced social upward mobility, while o...

Felicia Chan - The Little Nyonya: Sinicisation and the politics of return migration

12:30 - 13:30 11 February 2020

In 2008-2009, Singapore’s national broadcaster, MediaCorp, produced a 34-episode Mandarin-language...

Shigeto Sonoda - Asian Views of China in the age of China's rise

12:30 - 13:30 18 February 2020

China’s rise is transforming global politics and economics, from Manchester to Manhattan. But Chin...

Nick McGee - The ‘Coolie’ and the ‘Comity of Nations’: Human Trafficking, Foreign Advisors and the Incorporation of Qing China into an Unequal Liberal Order [ECR Workshop]]

12:30 - 13:30 27 February 2020

By the 1860s, Qing China was facing an unprecedented crisis of human trafficking in coerced “cooli...

Nyíri Pál - Europe’s New Bildungsbürger? Chinese Migrants in Search of a Pure Land

02 December 2019 - 21 February 2020

Nyíri Pál Professor of Global History, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam Author of Reporting for China...

Manchester China Institute book presentation - 'Tales of Hope, Tastes of Bitterness: Chinese Road Builders in Ethiopia' by Dr Miriam Driessen

12:30 - 13:30 05 November 2019

China’s new globalism plays out as much in the lives of ordinary workers who shoulder the task of...

Who lose and who win? The spatial differences in the impacts of high-speed railway on regional economic growth in China

12:30 - 14:30 17 July 2019

It is widely believed high speed railway could improve regional development by enlarging local labou...

The Alan Turing Instute / HDR UK Seminar

09:30 - 10:45 19 July 2019

The FBMH Fellowship Academy and Wellcome 4ward North Clinical PhD Academy are pleased to welcome Pro...

The Politics of Memory and Identity: Remembering and Forgetting the “Century of Humiliation” in China

11:30 - 12:30 05 June 2019

Manchester China Institute Lunch Talk The Politics of Memory and Identity: Remembering and Forgetti...

Urbanisation, Infrastructures and Everyday Life

01 - 03 May 2019

Keynote speakers: Prof Em Clara Greed (UWE) Dr Christoph Luethi (EAWAG) Prof Nicholas Rose (King's...

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