China Information (subtitled A Journal on Contemporary China Studies) is a triannual peer-reviewed academic journal that was established in 1986. It was originally published by the Documentation and Research Centre for Contemporary China (Leiden University), but since 2004 it has been published by SAGE Publications. The founding editor-in-chief was Woei Lien Chong. The journal has been under the editorship of Tak-Wing Ngo (University of Macao) since 2002. It covers Chinese studies in the widest sense.
CCUSC publishes The Journal of Contemporary China (JCC). It stands as the only English-language journal edited in North America that provides exclusive information about contemporary Chinese affairs for scholars, corporate executives and government policy makers. It publishes peer-reviewed articles of theoretical and policy research and research notes, as well as book reviews.
The Journal of Contemporary China publishes articles of theoretical and policy research and research notes, as well as book reviews and topics related to Chinese current events. It is the only English language journal edited in North America that provides exclusive information about contemporary Chinese affairs for scholars, corporate executives and policy makers. It publishes articles of theoretical and policy research, research notes and book reviews.
China Information presents timely and in-depth analyses of major developments in contemporary China and overseas Chinese communities in the areas of politics, economics, law, ecology, culture, and society, including literature and the arts. It is refereed academic journal with an international readership indexed in SSCI and Scopus.
An interdisciplinary quarterly journal, China Perspectives provides insightful analysis of the latest political, economic, social and cultural trends in the Chinese world. China Perspectives is an anonymously peer-reviewed academic journal. Its authority is ensured by an editorial board made up of reputed scholars, and by the expertise of its contributors.It aims to provide a scientific perspective on contemporary issues. A serious yet readable journal, China Perspectives has already proven essential for sinologists and Asia analysts, but its broad scope and highly informative articles may be of interest to anyone keen on improving their knowledge about Greater China.The journal is now organised under the following headings:Special feature: Comprehensive and in-depth analysis of one prominent aspect of developments regarding Greater China. A pluridisciplinary approach relying on the latest academic research.Articles: Research articles focusing on specific topics in relation with contemporary China.Book reviews: Reviews of the latest significant publications on contemporary China.Please visit our website for more information: How to submit
Monica Tan joined the Centre for Contemporary Chinese Studies as a Research Fellow in January 2020. She is a China studies specialist with research interests in health policy, health social science, and China's global engagement. She is a Chief Investigator on a Ford Foundation grant to conduct research on Chinese investment projects in Indonesia, and is leading multiple collaborative projects on China's grassroots-level response to COVID-19, anti-Chinese sentiment in Western countries, and conducting fieldwork in China in the pandemic's context. Her research has been published in academic journals such as Journal of Contemporary China, BMC Public Health, Chinese Sociological Review, and Asia & the Pacific Policy Studies.
His writings on these subjects appear in a variety of fora, including international relations journals, edited volumes of multidisciplinary scholarship, and Asian studies journals, as well as law reviews.
"Since 1990, the Center for Modern China has sponsored about two hundred research projects, twenty-five international conferences and seminars, approximately six hundred public lectures around the world, and several study missions to China, the former Soviet Union, and eastern Europe. Its members have participated in approximately two thousand interviews by media organizations from different countries. The center has published approximately eighty issues of its Chinese and English journals, as well as initiated and funded several writing and publishing projects, including thirty volumes of its popular book series and eighteen specialized studies. The fourteen volumes of Market Economy Popular Reader Series, for instance, sold 400,000 copies in the first three months of its publication in China and won the grand prize for the 1994 Chinese Books Award." 
The study of contemporary China constitutes a fascinating yet challenging area of scholarly inquiry. Recent decades have brought dramatic changes to China's economy, society and governance. Analyzing such changes in the context of multiple disciplinary perspectives offers opportunites as well as challenges for scholars in the field known as contemporary China Studies. The SAGE Handbook of Contemporary China is a two-volume exploration of the transformations of contemporary China, firmly grounded in the both disciplinary and China-specific contexts. Drawing on a range of scholarly approaches found in the social sciences and history, an international team of contributors engage with the question of what a rapidly changing China means for the broader field of contemporary China studies, and identify areas of promising future research. Part 1: Context: History, Economy, and the Environment Part 2: Economic Transformations Part 3: Politics and Government Part 4: China on the Global Stage Part 5: China's Foreign Policy Part 6: National and Nested Identities Part 7: Urbanization and Spatial Development Part 8: Poverty and Inequality Part 9: Social Change Part 10: Future Directions for Contemporary China Studies
Orville Schell is the Arthur Ross Director of the Center on U.S.-China Relations at Asia Society. He is a former professor and Dean at the University of California, Berkeley, Graduate School of Journalism. Schell is the author of fifteen books, ten of them about China, and a contributor to numerous edited volumes, including The New Yorker, The Atlantic, The New York Times, The Nation, and The New York Review of Books. His most recent book, My Old Home: A Novel of Exile was published in 2021. Schell worked for the Ford Foundation in Indonesia, covered the war in Indochina as a journalist, and has traveled widely in China since the mid-70s. 2b1af7f3a8