China

Talking Books – Live At The Arnolfini

On 29th September 2016, Stephen Fear and a panel of experts took part in Talking Books live at the Arnolfini where the subject was China and its ongoing relationship with the United Kingdom. Talking Books uses a book as the anchor for a wider discussion of the topic, rather than…

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Talking books with Stephen Fear to launch in Bristol

The below article was featured on Bristol and West of England China Bureau website on 30th June 2016. On September the 29th this year Stephen Fear launches a new book review series, filmed in front of a live audience in the main auditorium at The Arnolfini on Bristol Harbourside, in…

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World first as Bristol selected to become key investment portal for China’s ‘Silicon Valley’

‘Stephen Fear attended the signing of a landmark agreement at the Mansion House officially strengthening collaboration between Bristol and China. Bristol Global Partnership will become the UK’s first representative office of the Sino-Singapore Guangzhou Knowledge City – the Chinese equivalent of California’s Silicon Valley.’ World first as Bristol selected to…

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China – A Huge Opportunity For UK Universities

China is the world’s second largest economy with an ever increasing influence on global affairs. This offers an unparalleled opportunity to British educational establishments. Whether they be schools, colleges or universities. Growth in China has slowed during 2015 but is still is more than double that of the USA or…

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China Sneezes, We All Catch Colds!

The Chinese economy is slowing dramatically which spells danger in the west. The democratic capitalist economies of the free world have become addicted to cheap goods manufactured in the most populated nation on earth and just like any addict seeking a cheap fix these economies grow ever more dependent on…

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China, Does it Matter to Britain?

China has always been the one of the world’s largest economy’s, with its State-Owned-Enterprises (SOEs) using up much of its resources, and to an extent crowding out the private sector. David Cameron’s visit during the first week of December 2013 was just one initiative by the British Government to engage…

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