China 21 podcast

China 21 is a podcast about China’s economy, politics, society and their implications for international affairs. Each episode features expert insights and conversations recorded at UC San Diego’s Studio Ten 300 and hosted by the 21st Century China Center at the UC San Diego School of Global Policy and Strategy. Subscribe to China 21 on SoundcloudStitcher, iTunesGoogle Play or use our RSS feed to add us to your favorite podcast app.

Hong Kong’s Movement for Democracy - Evans Chan

Director Evans Chan (陳耀成) talks about his latest documentary “Raise the Umbrellas,” the politicization of Hong Kong identity and media, and the city's democratic future and implications for Greater China.

US-China Trade – Gordon Hanson & Charlene Barshefsky

Gordon Hanson and Charlene Barshefsky discuss China’s commitments and market reforms since joining the WTO and the path ahead in the trade relationship between the world’s two biggest economies.

Chinese Dream on Wheels: China & The Future of Cars - Michael J. Dunne

China is now the biggest auto market, including electric vehicles. Michael Dunne discusses the government's role in guiding the car industry, competition and cross-border investment among Western and Chinese firms, and implication for clean energy, infrastructure and job-creation in both countries.

SHIFT+Asia: Digitizing Chinese Studies - Karl Gerth & Tom Mullaney

Dr. Karl Gerth interviews Dr. Tom Mullaney about his journey in building a digital humanities community for Asian studies and how a new set of analytic tools are disrupting and transforming the practice of teaching history and understanding various phenomena in China.

Trump & China - Bipartisan Policy Recommendations with Susan Shirk and Winston Lord

Two China policy veterans: Prof. Susan Shirk and Amb. Winston Lord are members of a high-level bipartisan task force that launched a report on US Policy Toward China. They offer an overview of the comprehensive list of issues covered in the report, and discuss the priorities that the 45th President must address in his first year.