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The 4th World Forum on China Studies to Be Held in Shanghai in November
Source: sass.org.cn
Source Date: Sunday, October 24, 2010
Focus: Institution and HR Management
Created: Oct 24, 2010

The 4th World Forum on China Studies, with a theme of “China Integrating into a Diverse World,” will be held in Shanghai International Convention Centre from November 5 to 8, 2010. About 600 scholars from both China and overseas, representing an assembly of distinguished experts on the most topical issues of China Studies today, will participate the forum.
The forum is co-organized by Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences and Shanghai Municipal Information Office, and sponsored by State Council Information Office of the People’s Republic of China as well as Shanghai Municipal Government.

The 4th World Forum on China Studies, as a continuation of the previous three, aims to promote mutual understanding and academic exchanges between Chinese and overseas scholars. The theme of this forum is “China Integrating into a Diverse World”. Besides a general assembly, the 4th forum will consist of two roundtables and six panels. All the topics of the forum, subordinate to the controlling theme, will cover major issues of China’s development now underway, while putting them in historical and future dimensions where necessary. The topics are as follow:
● Panel I: “The Exploration of and Debates on ‘China Model’”;
● Panel II: “Transformation and Renovation of Chinese Economic Pattern”;
● Panel III: “Social Multi-polarization and Public Policy in China”;
● Panel IV: “The Contemporary Value of Chinese History and Cultural Tradition”;
● Panel V: “China’s Green Civilization and Sustainability”;
● Panel VI: “China’s Status and Its Role in the International System”;
● Roundtable I: “Expo 2010 and the Remaking of China’s Image”;
● Roundtable II: “The Trend of China Studies: Past, Present, and Future”;

For the first time, the organizing committee of the forum will present awards to the overseas scholars who have made outstanding contributions to China Studies. Nominees and winners will be carefully chosen by a high-level selection committee of experts from disciplines of social sciences and humanities. For more details about the forum, please click on the link below: http://chinaforum.sass.org.cn/

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