China Institute Occasional Papers
The China Institute Occasional Paper Series is a quarterly publication focused on contemporary China studies. Each issue features a scholarly essay on topical issues related to China.
Items in this Collection
- 3Houlden, Gordon
- 2McCuaig-Johnston, Margaret
- 2University of Alberta. China Institute
- 2Zhang, Moxi
- 1Alton, Tom
- 1Bao, Yu
- 2Canada--Foreign economic relations--China
- 2China--Foreign economic relations--Canada
- 2Technology and international relations--China
- 2Technology and state--China
As the People’s Republic of China emerges as a power with global reach, understanding its interactions with the range of states comprising the modern MENA region has become more urgent. It is beyond the scope of this paper to review in depth the economic, political, and strategic dimensions of...
The China Institute at the University of Alberta (CIUA) is pleased to publish this Occasional Paper titled “Examining Huawei’s Growth and Global Reach: Key Implications, Issues and the Canadian Connection.” This is the first publication by the China Institute on the subject of Huawei, but is one...
In the past several years, the acquisition and ownership of real estate by foreign individuals and businesses has received growing public, political, and media attention in Canada, especially in Vancouver. Driven by concerns about housing affordability, the origins of foreign capital, and various...
From Field Surgery to Advanced Robotics: Sino-Canadian Relations in Science and Technology, 1938-2018Download
Today, China is a leading innovator in many science-related fields, including robotics, artificial intelligence, medical technology, space exploration, and renewable energy production. However, China’s success story in science and technology was advanced, in part, by historical support and...