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ECIPE Lunch Seminar: China’s Path to the West

March 24 2017
Venue: ECIPE Office, Avenue des Arts 40, 1040 Brussels
Speakers: Bruno Macaes
Time: 12:45

A lunch conversation with Bruno Macaes on China's path towards modernisation in this new age of uncertainty.

During its rapid modernisation, China and its successive leadership have embraced modernity without becoming Western. But as technology and business continue to deepen China’s connections with the world, will that also hold in the future? Will China gradually become more Western or is the trajectory of China’s modernisation the new norm? As China looks West, without being West, what objectives is it pursuing with the One-Belt-One-Road initiative?

Please join us for a lunch conversation with Bruno Macaes – Partner of Flint Global, former Minister for Europe in the Portuguese Government, and Fellow of Renmin University in Beijing – who will share his observations about China and its activities on the ground from his recent journey across the Eurasian continent.

A light lunch will be served.

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