Princeton’s Paul and Marcia Wythes Center on Contemporary China established a collaborative research network on contemporary China. Members of the network include other research centers or institutions with similar missions or individual scholars with similar research interests. The network is interdisciplinary, including sociology, economics, political science, psychology, demography, and history. Two annual conferences are held, with one at Princeton and one in China. The first annual conference, titled “Changing China, Changing the World,” was held at Princeton University on August 10, 2018. As part of the PRCC, a working paper series will be published to advance knowledge on contemporary China. The working paper series will be added annually and can be found in print and online.