Conference Highlights

CHEW Conference 2015 was held on the 8th of May, 2015 at the University of Oxford’s China Center. We are very grateful for our distinguished speakers and the young researchers for their excellent presentations and engagement with the event. Many thanks again to the Economic and Social Research Council’s (ESRC) Doctoral Training Center at the University of Oxford, The University of Oxford’s China Center, and our dedicated committee for 2015. As always, please follow us on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn for updates.

We are pleased to present podcasts of select presentations from the conference:

Conference opening by Professor Rana Mitter:

Dr. Mao Da on the problems and reforms of Chinese waste management policies:

Dr. Tom Johnson on Chinese regulatory repertoires and anti-incineration coalitions:

Dr. Jenny Chan on the future of Chinese migrant workers:

Professor Sian Griffiths on the Chinese health care system:

Professor Zhengming Chen on developing evidence-based health policy using big data from epidemiological studies in China:

Professor Lina Song delivering the keynote presentation on the hukou reform:

 

Event Highlights

Huw Pohlner

Huw Pohlner

 

Carlo Ferri

Carlo Ferri

 

Daniele Brombal

Daniele Brombal

 

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Discussion with Professor Sian Griffiths

Discussion with Professor Sian Griffiths

 

Angela Moriggi

Angela Moriggi

 

Xuejie Ding

Xuejie Ding

 

Jiazhi Fengjiang

Jiazhi Fengjiang

 

Sulia Shuran Zhong

Sulia Shuran Zhong

 

Angela Leggett and Peter Chan at the Health panel discussion

Angela Leggett and Peter Chan at the Health panel discussion

 

Tom Johnson and Huw Pohlner at CHEW Conference drinks reception

Tom Johnson and Huw Pohlner at CHEW Conference drinks reception

 

 

 

Photo Credits: Heidi Ma

 

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