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Foreign Investments in Chinese capital markets

Developments and enforcement-concepts from a Chinese and German comparative perspective

In cooperation with the Law School of Tongji University and the Bucerius Law School, Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Shanghai organized an international conference on foreign investments on Chinese capital markets. Reform experiences and discussions in a German-Chinese comparative context enabled a fruitful discourse between experts from academia and law practice. more…

Tim Wenniges | Event Reports | October 23, 2015

Below 2°C – Coping with Climate Change with Joint Efforts

On September 29th, 2015 the Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation Shanghai hosted in cooperation with the shanghai-based Business Ecology Magazine, the 12th Green Economy Salon on the topic “Below 2°C – Coping with Climate Change with Joint Efforts”. more…

Tim Wenniges | Event Reports | September 29, 2015

KAS-SUIBE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMME 2015/16

20 students of Shanghai University of International Business and Economics have been elected for the scholarship

On 24 September 2015 KAS | Shanghai awarded sur-place scholarships to master students of Shanghai University of International Business and Economics (SUIBE) for the academic year 2015/16. more…

Tim Wenniges | Event Reports | September 24, 2015

Training Workshop Social Entrepreneurship

ZGI:kompakt Workshop

Together with the German Chamber of Commerce and the Social Entrepreneurship Academy Munich, the Konrad Adenauer Foundation organized a two-day training workshop on social entrepreneurship. The ''ZGI:kompakt workshop program'' is organized by the Social Entrepreneurship Akademie and is sponsored by the KfW Stiftung, to address young changemakers around the world. more…

David Merkle | Event Reports | July 14, 2015

Taking Confucius to Africa

How foreign cultural policy conveys China’s voice and perspective to the world

Looking at numbers, the expansion of China’s foreign policy institutions and programs related to culture is impressive. Over a short period of time, China has become an important global actor in the realm of foreign cultural policy. By using the cultural “factor”, the Peoples Republic seeks to convey its social and political values, for which it is heavily criticized. more…

Dr. Peter Hefele, David Merkle, Sascha Zhivkov | International Reports | June 3, 2015