Date(s) - Thursday, April 9 2015
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Thursday, April 9 2015
Doors open 12:00 pm, event starts 12:30pm
The millennial generation is the largest in history, with about 500 million people in China and the U.S. between the ages of 15 and 34. What do they value? What are their aspirations? Their worries? In what ways are they similar and different? What are the economic, political and cultural implications of the unfolding generational shift in influence in the two countries?
Venue details: Glo London
1 Wulumuqi Lu, near Dongping Lu
Tel: 6466 6565
Admission: SFCC members:100rmb; Non-members: 150 rmb.
About the Speaker:
Clayton Dube has headed the USC U.S.-China Institute (china.usc.edu) since it was established in 2006. The institute focuses on the multidimensional and evolving U.S.-China relationship. Dube was trained as an economic historian, has lived in China for five years (1982-85 and 1991-1992) and visited dozens of times for research, to lead delegations, or to lecture or participate in conferences. Dube has long been committed to informing public discussion about China and about the U.S.-China relationship. He was associate editor of the academic journal Modern China and oversaw the web publication AsiaMedia. He currently directs Asia Pacific Arts and US-China Today. He’s produced and consulted on several documentaries, including the institute’s Assignment:China series on American media coverage of China. He writes the institute’s Talking Points column and he’s frequently cited in the U.S. and Chinese press. Since 2012, he’s co-moderated Chinapol, a private discussion list for academics, journalists, policy analysts, and government officials. Follow him on Twitter @claydube.
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