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Chinese Renaissance in Europe

The Chinese Renaissance in Europe

9 March 2012

Part of ‘the EU-China Year of Intercultural Dialogue’ initiative, a conference on  ‘The Chinese Renaissance in Europe’ took place on 9 March at the British Academy, London. Leading scholars, policy analysts and journalists discussed the historical, political, economic and culture/digital media aspects of China’s presence and influence in Europe.

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EU-Japan Roundtable on East Asian Security

EU-Japan Roundtable on East Asian Security

16 February 2012

Together with FRIDE and the Japanese Mission to the EU, the EU-Asia Centre organised on 16 February an expert roundtable on ‘East Asia Security – Views of Japan and the EU’ .

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EU-China year of intercultural dialogue

EU-China Year of Intercultural Dialogue

1 February 2012

The EU-China Year of Intercultural Dialogue opened in Brussels 1 February 2012.

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Seminar on EU-China Relations

Seminar on EU-China Relations

1 January 2012

The EU Asia Centre organized a seminar on EU-China relations at the Mission of China to the EU on 13 December 2011.

Welcoming the participants, Ambassador Song Zhe said that the EU-China relationship was not a matter of strategic choice, but of strategic necessity. China and the EU had many interests in common not least in dealing with the current international economic situation. As China continues to reform and open up to expand domestic demand, it provides the largest market potential for all major economies around the world. EU exports to China have risen 20% this year. China attaches great emphasis to the introduction, absorption and integration of advanced technologies, management skills, and high-quality assets from Europe. Greater efforts will be made to expand cooperation with Europe on urbanization, green economy, science and technology, education, and public service.

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Eu-Asia Centre

Meeting on EU-Asia at Lowy Institute, Sydney

21 December 2011

EU-Asia Centre and Lowy Institute seminar on EU-Asia relations, Sydney, Australia

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Eu-Asia Centre



roundtable Human and Minority Rights in China

Roundtable on Human and Minority Rights in China

30 November 2011

Chen Shiqiu, Vice President of the China Society for Human Rights Studies and Hao Shiyuan, Deputy Secretary General of the Chinese Academy (CASS) of Social Sciences and former Director of the Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology at CASS were the principal speakers at a roundtable on human and minority rights organised by the EU Asia Centre and the Madariaga Foundation on 30 November.

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China and the Eurozone Crisis

China and the Eurozone crisis

30 November 2011

On 30 November the Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies organised a seminar on the role and impact of China on the European economic crisis. Speakers discussed the pros and cons of greater Chinese economic and financial involvement in the EU. To what extent was China buying European government bonds and investing in Europe? Should such moves be welcomed or resisted?


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japan and East Asia Cooperation

Japan and East Asia Cooperation

29 November 2011

Speaking at a breakfast discussion organised by the EU-Asia Centre and FRIDE on 29 November, Tsueno Watanable, Director of Foreign Policy at the Tokyo Foundation, said that Japan’s foreign policy was shaped by three key factors.

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How does China view the EU?

How Does China View the EU?

24 November 2011

The initial findings of an EU funded research project on how China views the EU were presented at the Madariaga Foundation on 24 November. Wang Zhengxu, from Nottingham University, posed a number of questions behind the study which had been conducted by a consortium of several universities in the summer of 2010 and included questionnaires, elite surveys. focus groups and analysis of textbooks and the media:

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