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- 3Houlden, Gordon
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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...
Evan Oddleifson,, Tom Alton, Sarah, Clifford
As China’s global economic and political stature has grown, so too has its relationship with Canada. The year 2020 marks the 50th anniversary of formal Canada-China diplomatic relations, which comes at a time of heightened tension in global politics and, in particular, Canada’s relationship with...
Examining Huawei's Growth & Global Reach: Key Implications, Issues, and the Canadian ConnectionDownload
Zaamout, Noureddin, Alton, Tom, Houlden, Gordon
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...
Evan Oddleifson, Shaoyan Sun, Darren Choi, Sean Janke, Guofeng Wu, Camille Bourgeois-Fortin
Canada and Hong Kong have long shared close economic and people-to-people ties that have supported cultural exchange and mutual economic gain. Hong Kong also serves as a gateway between Canada and China, making the Canada-Hong Kong relationship key for Canada-China relations and the future of...
China in Canadian Newspapers - January 2015 to May 2018: A Mass Data Analysis - The Calm Before the StormDownload
China’s extraordinary transformation has captured Canadians’ attention and elicited questions about the global future. In the 1980s, China accounted for a minor fraction of the global economy and had little influence outside its borders, save for some neighbouring countries. In the 1990s, China...