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2nd Annual China Goes Global Lecture - What Does China Want?

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The 2nd Annual China Goes Global lecture, sponsored by CRCC Asia and the Kirkwood Family Foundation, will be delivered by Rob Gifford, correspondent of The Economist and until recently, the magazine’s China Editor.

Rob first went to China in 1987 as a twenty-year old language student and has spent much of the past two decades studying, visiting, and reporting on the country. Before joining The Economist in 2011, he was a correspondent for the American broadcaster NPR , based in Beijing and Shanghai, and before that worked for the BBC World Service. In 2007 he published his first book, China Road: A Journey into the Future of a Rising Power. The book recounts a 3,000-mile journey he made from Shanghai to the Kazakh border.

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