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Cambridge Intellectual Seminar—China-Britain Relations (Hugh Davies)

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Cambridge Intellectual Seminar is designed to be long-term series to discuss the various phenomena in contemporary China, to summarize the experience of China’s success, and to provide theoretical interpretations and policy recommendations to addressing developmental problems in China. The key speakers will all be distinguished guests with high profile and acknowledged expertise in their own academic areas.

The key speaker on 12th May will be Hugh Davies, a British Diplomat for 33 years, the British Ambassador for the handover negotiations of Hong Kong in 1997, the current Chairman of the China Association and Vice Chairman of the Great Britain China Centre.

With his lifetime experience of living, working and getting to understand China and much of Asia, Hugh will present us his incomparable experiences and insightful views on contemporary China.

Topic: My experiences and views in reform and opening up of China (with China-Britain relations over the past 40 years)

Venue: Pavilion Room, Hughes Hall CB1 2EW

Time: 14:30-17.00pm, Thursday, 12 May

Sign up: Everyone is welcome! If you are interested, please sign up by replying to dw387@cam.ac.uk or ym280@cam.ac.uk.

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