Occasional Paper: Public Medicine in Wartime China
Public Medicine in Wartime China is the first in our series of Occasional Papers issued by the Rosenberg Institute. It is based on a longer study of the subject by Dr. John R. Watt and also follows a presentation he made at Suffolk in April 2010. Dr. Watt’s full-length study is now being prepared for publication. Read the paper.
Seminar: Competing in Beijing
The Barbara and Richard M. Rosenberg Institute for East Asian Studies' inaugural seminar, "Competing in Beijing: China and the 2008 Olympics," offered a variety of panelists and speakers who discussed vital issues facing China during the Beijing Games. Highlights include:
Keynote speaker Robyn Meredith, senior editor, Asia, for Forbes magazine and author of The Elephant and the Dragon: The Rise of India and China and What It Means for All of Us, offered a historical context for the Beijing Games and what they mean for the emerging Chinese economy. You can view excerpts from her speech here.
George Koo, director of Chinese Services Group, lectured on the Economy of China. A transcript of his lecture can be found here.