Thursday, Mar 17, 2022
INSIGHTS China’s global image deteriorated between 2005–2018. Higher levels of a country’s economic development and democracy predicted a sharper decline in attitudes toward China. Countries where China had higher rates of foreign direct investment had a more positive perception of China.
Tuesday, Feb 15, 2022

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Tuesday, Nov 30, 2021

The Paul and Marcia Wythes Center on Contemporary China (CCC) at the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies (PIIRS) at Princeton University invites applications for a postdoctoral, or more senior research associate, for the 2022-2023 academic year.  One postdoctoral...

Wednesday, Oct 20, 2021
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Monday, Mar 8, 2021

How can we explain worsening attitudes toward China in many corners of the globe? What concepts, ideas, and events form the basis for this declining public approval? And have China’s efforts to project soft power been effective?

Wednesday, Jul 17, 2019

The interns of the China Impact Project took a tour of the local wildlife and fauna at the Billie Johnson Mountain Lakes Nature Preserve. The China Impact Project is designed to understand how the public in other countries view China via sociological/computational methods.

Tuesday, Apr 16, 2019

A huge congratulations from the Paul and Marcia Wythes Center on Contemporary China goes to CCC Advisory Council member and Princeton alumnus James Mi for ranking #12 on Forbes' 2019 Midas List!

Thursday, Mar 14, 2019

Mr. and Mrs. Yan Huo *94*95 Graduate Fellowship

Call for Applications: 2019-20 Academic Year





Friday, Sep 14, 2018

Congratulations to Emeritus Professor Lynn T. White III on his newly published book Rural Roots of Reform before China's Conservative Change. Professor White explains:


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