The Global China Dialogue Proceedings (GCDP) series collects the contents of each Global China Dialogue conference, as far as is it possible to do, including texts from every session of the talks from chairs and discussants, speakers’ speeches, and Q & A sessions. It also includes photos of every panel, the participants in the dialogue sessions, Q & A, discussion, and networking during breaks. It is hoped that this combination of pictures and text can preserve the dynamic dialogue intact for the reference of interested readers who cannot attend the conferences.
Series Designer: Martin Albrow
Series Editor: Xiangqun Chang
- Costanza Pernigot (Vols.1 & 2, 3, 4)
- David Feng (Vol. 1 & 2)
- QIAN Yufang (Vol. 3)
- RUAN Ji (Vol. 6)
- Martin Albrow (Vol. 7)
- SHEN Haimei (Vol. 7)
- WANG Xin (Vol.8)
- DU Yichao (Vol. 8)
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All the participants of Global China Dialogue series is request to complete the Abstract submission form. Selected speeches, dialogues and related materials to be published in the Global China Dialogue Proceedings (GCDP) will be edited in accordance with the GCP House Style Guide.
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ISBN 978-1-910334-32-4 (English)
ISBN 978-1-910334-33-1 (Chinese)
DOI https://doi.org/10.24103/gcdp1.2.en.2016 (English)
DOI https://doi.org/10.24103/gcdp1.2.cn.2016 (Chinese)
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