On June 10-11, the Association of Chinese Political Studies (ACPS), along with the Zhou Enlai School of Government of Nankai University (Tianjin, China), hosted ACPS’s 30th annual meeting and international symposium. The conference theme was “China’s Public Policy and National Governance.”
On June 6-7, the United States (US) Association of Chinese Political Studies (ACPS), in conjunction with School of International Studies at the Peking University (Beijing, China), held an international conference entitled “China and the changing world order: domestic and international dimensions” on the campus of Peking University.
From September 22 to September 23, the United States (US) Association of Chinese Political Studies (ACPS) and the US San Francisco State University (SFSU) Center for US-China Policy Studies (CUSCPS) held an international conference entitled “China’s New Leadership and its Domestic and International Challenges” at the SFSU Seven Hills Conference Center.
In mid-June, the ACPS, in conjunction with King’s China Institute (London, UK), held an international symposium entitled “100 Years after the 1911 Chinese Revolution: Reflections and Forecasts.” The conference received financial support from the King’s College China Institute as well as a generous grant from the Mr. & Mrs. S.H. Wong Foundation.