This blog is written by one of SOAS’s ICC scholarship holders. The ICC (Intermediate Certificate Course) is a foundation year programme providing academic and English
We interrogate the past in order to illuminate the present, and the study of modern Chinese history should help us to understand the present condition
‘Correcting Poisoned Minds’ – Aki Elborzi speaks to Professor Rachel Harris.
Four SOAS alumni shared their views on what we might see in China’s relations with Europe in 2020.
Speculation about the chances of World War 3 has hit a new high.
A unique opportunity to study in China for SOAS graduates and alumni.
A view from China on avoiding Japan’s fate of government debt, anaemic growth and inflation, and population ageing.
A third of a million Chinese labourers helped the Allies, but their huge unsung contribution ended in betrayal.
The ‘New Silk Road’ played a central part in President Xi Jinping’s state visit to Rome.
Don’t miss out on The China Debate at SOAS on 7 May.
Will Italy be the first G7 country to endorse President Xi Jinping’s flagship initiative?
Bamboo has thousand of uses from bamboo furniture to bamboo socks.
SOAS University of London is the lead organisation on a new ESRC-funded project entitled Research on China’s Financial System towards Sustainable Growth.
“The best training as a journalist I could have hoped for”
SOAS students, past and present, share their experiences about the phenomenon that is the Chinese Bridge competition.
An artistic snapshot of the city as it stands today, and a celebration of its culture and diversity
The advent of a new direct freight train service between China and the UK promises to further enhance trading relations between China and the West