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Book Launch - Dr Lai-Ha Chan

The UTS China Research Centre is delighted to invite you, together with your friends, colleagues and associates, to join Dr Michael Wesley, Executive Director Lowy Institute for International Policy, for the launch of 2 exciting new publications from Dr Lai-Ha Chan, the Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the China Research Centre:

China Engages Global Health Governance: Responsible Stakeholder or System Transformer
“Anyone curious about how liberal international regimes can accommodate China’s difference and how far China is ready to go to adapt to global institutions should consult Lai-Ha Chan’s careful and thoughtful research into China’s participation in international institutions for public health” (Jeremy Paltiel, Professor of Political Science, Carleton University, Canada).

China at 60: Global-Local Interactions
“This readable volume provides valuable insights into China as a rising power with growing economic, political, and military clout. It will be welcomed by a wide range of scholars interested in developments in contemporary China” (Edmund S K Fung, Professor of Asian Studies, University of Western Sydney).


 

Date:
18 May 2011
Time:
17:00 - 18:30
Drinks from 5pm fpr a 5:15pm start.
Location:
City - Broadway CB10 Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Dean's Unit, Level 14, 235-253 Jones Street, Ultimo
Audience:
All Welcome
Cost:
Free
RSVP:
Email Claire.Moore@uts.edu.au no later than Friday 13 May 2011
Contact:
Claire Moore

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