Thursday, November 01, 2012

Political transition in China - the China Weekly Hangout

English: Hu Jintao president of china and his ...
English: Hu Jintao president of china and his wife. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
In the China Weekly Hangout we discussed this week the upcoming political transition in China, with political scientist Greg Anderson and Janet Carmosky of the China Business Network, moderated by Fons Tuinstra of the China Speakers Bureau.

Let us know if this segmentation is working better in stead of a full hour of video. We will watch the traffic and your feedback; based on that we might adjust the format next month.

In the first segment we learn that the harmonious society, the catch all phrase from outgoing president Hu Jintao has not been a huge success, despite the good initial intentions.

In part two we discuss the coming ten years, what are the driving political forces and what can we say about upcoming president Xi Jinping to make a change in China.

In the third segment we shortly discuss the US-China relations, and what the upcoming presidential elections in China might mean for them.

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