Jacqueline Nivard, ingénieur d’études au CECMC.
Étiqueté : Jacqueline Nivard
China is in the midst of the fastest and most intense process of urbanisation the world has ever known, and Shanghai — its biggest, richest and most cosmopolitan city — is positioned for acceleration into the twenty-first century.
To what extent do these factors – distribution, quality, and competing uses – contribute to China’s domestic water insecurity or to regional water insecurity between China and its neighbours?
From solar and wind power technologies to green buildings, electric cars, water services, and sustainable tropical forestry, Asian corporations are upending old business models in their home countries and throughout the world.
Pr. Ran Ran, Assistant Professor of Political Science School of International Studies Renmin University of China.
The preservation of “old streets” and the conservation of “cultural districts” in Taiwan.
Do negative native – Place stereotypes lead to discriminatory wage penalties in China’s Migrant Labor Markets?
Negative personality traits are often attributed to people from specific areas. People from Henan, in particular, appear to be singled out as possessing a host of negative traits.
Photos of Chongqing’s (Hot) streetfood.
The government ordered increased safety precautions across the country in the wake of the deadly New Year’s Eve stampede in Shanghai
The French Centre for Research on Contemporary China (CEFC) is offering three fieldwork grants for doctoral students, ranging from one to three months, to be carried out between May and December 2015 in China, Hong Kong or Taiwan.
On the outskirts of Beijing, a gardener has built a home out of shipping containers in the hope of creating a green community in the polluted city.
The conference is open to scholars who study the multifaceted and complex understandings and uses of cultural heritage and its everyday manifestations in contemporary China.
The University of Alberta’s China Institute invites paper proposals for the 13th annual Chinese Internet Research Conference (CIRC), this year’s conference will highlight the themes of “(un)civil society” and “Chinese internet or internet in China?”
7th Annual International ADI Conference Asian Dynamics Initiative, University of Copenhagen.
The film is intended to show that every Chinese citizen, regardless of socioeconomic status or geography, is affected by dirty air.