Debate: La nueva China, con Augusto Soto y Luis Torrás

Tras un año en el poder, el gobierno chino de Xi Jinping hizo público el pasado mes de noviembre lo que cabe entender como un ambicioso plan de reformas económicas y sociales que, además, van a ser aplicadas en un futuro inmediato. ¿Cuál será el ritmo de estas reformas? ¿Hasta dónde van a llegar? ¿Es posible la llegada de la democracia a China de la mano del nuevo liderato de XI Jinping? Coloquio entre Augusto Soto, analista de política interior e internacional de China y director de la plataforma “Dialogue with China Project”; y Luis Torras, economista y consultor, ha publicado “El despertar de China. Claves para entender al gigante asiático en el siglo XXI”.


Understanding the Chinese Consumer: Tom Doctoroff

What does the modern Chinese consumer want, and how are those desires changing? Advertising guru and frequent television news commentator Tom Doctoroff, North Asia Area Director and Greater China CEO at JWT, discussed these issues and his new book, What Chinese Want: Culture, Communism and China’s Modern Consumer at a National Committee public program on June 1, 2012 at Dorsey Whitney New York. The discussion was moderated by National Committee Senior Director for Education Programs Margot Landman.


The People’s Republic of Capitalism 4/4


The People’s Republic of Capitalism 3/4


The People’s Republic of Capitalism 2/4


The People’s Republic of Capitalism 1/4


The First and the Last emperor of China – Documentary


Secrets of China’s Terracotta Warriors (Full Documentary)


Lost In China: Kicked Out Of Gansu – National Geographic

Lost In China: Kicked Out Of Gansu The boys combine the old and new as they play basketball with locals in Gansu. But when protests erupt in the region, they are forced to leave.

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Lost In China: Going Local – National Geographic

Lost In China: Going Local Jeff and Peter celebrate Chinese New Year in Yunnan before heading to a festival that celebrates the cultures and customs of the Lisu people.

More about the show: National Geographic Lost in series