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In October 2021, Stanford Precourt Institute for Energy, SCPKU, and China Program with Peking University’s Institute of Energy held closed-door roundtables to promote China and the United States' decarbonization and carbon neutrality. The topics covered climate change, global sustainable finance, corporate climate pledges, opportunities and challenges, and etc.

On December 26th, a group of American university center directors gathered at the Yale Beijing Center to discuss the future of international higher education in China. Josh Cheng, SCPKU Executive Director, introduced Stanford’s efforts to support students, no matter what nationality or race, continuing their study and research during this turbulent year.

On January 26, Tang Ning Reception Hall hosted a discussion on "China-US Education Prospects, Where Is the Current Road to Studying Abroad." The event was simultaneously webcasted on multiple platforms, and nearly one million viewers participated online.

On behalf of Stanford Center at Peking University, a holiday gathering near the end of 2020, welcomed both undergrad and graduate students enrolled at Stanford, who, due to the pandemic, had to spend their fall quarter in China. Students reflected on their experiences and shared their stories about their quarter in China.

Dr. Adam Yao Liu, a former doctoral student of APARC China Program Director Jean Oi, has been awarded the 2020 BRICS Economic Research Award for his research on how banking systems in China are developing.

The survey reveals mixed progress in reopening different sectors of China's economy, but also shows that many business leaders in China are planning for some level of decoupling as access to global technology and supply chains remains uncertain.

The survey reveals mixed progress in reopening different sectors of China's economy, but also shows that many business leaders in China are planning for some level of decoupling as access to global technology and supply chains remains uncertain.

Interdisciplinary environmental scholar Shiran Victoria Shen is the recipient of the Harold D. Lasswell Award and political economist Lizhi Liu is the recipient of the Ronald H. Coase Award in recognition of their outstanding doctoral dissertations.

Canceled reservation, closed restaurants, green code and isolation, shelter at home, streaming and street vendor economy, all those paint a live picture of multiple facets of life in Beijing under the pandemic.
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