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About OYCF Annual Meeting

OYCF organizes an annual meeting each spring. Usually held during the Memorial Day weekend, the event sees 70 to 80 members and guests from diverse backgrounds meet to exchange views on a variety of issues relating to China. Together, we explore various factors that drive current and future changes in China. The annual meetings have been sponsored by the Center for East Asian Studies and Confucius Institute of University of Chicago (2010), the Chinese Finance Association and Chinese Business Lawyers Association (2009), the Center for China-US Cooperation of University of Denver and the Center for East Asian Studies of Stanford University (2008), the Center for Chinese Studies of University of Michigan-Ann Arbor (2007), and the Center for Asian Studies of University of California-Irvine.

In 2010, OYCF published in Chinese a post-conference volume for the 2006 annual meeting. entitled 《中国社会转型中的阶级》(Social Classes in Transitional China) by the prestigious Social Science Academic Press (社会科学文献出版社) in Beijing, In 2006, OYCF published a post-conference volume for its 2005 annual meeting on Rural China titled《乡村中国:改革中的农村、农民和农业》(China's Rural Society, Peasants and Agriculture in the Reform Era). China.

Annual Meeting Programs and Summaries

May 28, 2010

China’s Legal Reform at Crossroads (Program &Summary)

May 30, 2009

China and the Global Financial Tsunami (Program &Summary)

May 23, 2008

Globalization And Nationalism
Across The Taiwan Strait (Program & Summary)

May 25, 2007

Cultural Production & Consumption in ContemporaryChina (Program & Summary)

May 26, 2006

Social Classes in Transitional China

May 27, 2005

The State of Rural China: Chinese Peasants, Agriculture and Rural Society in the Reform Era

May 28, 2004

Gender and Women's Issues in China

May 23, 2003

Understanding Civil Society: OYCF Fifth Annual Meeting Summary

May 24, 2002

WTO, Olympics & 9/11: A New China Facing A New World

May 25, 2001

China in the 20th Century: A Review

May 26, 2000

China's Sustainable Development: An Institutional Perspective

April 29, 1999

Liberalism and China

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