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BFM podcast: Common prosperity to address China's inequality

Angeline Tan was interviewed by BFM89.9 on 3 September 2021. Produced by: Shazana... Read More

Telling a good Communist story

Ever since President Xi Jinping came into power in 2012 he has... Read More

Why we should fear the new ‘Made in China’

Beijing is seizing the opportunity to retool its economy and cement its superpower status while... Read More

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Ms Angeline Tan

Ms Angeline Tan is a Researcher in the Foreign Policy and Security Studies programme in ISIS Malaysia. Her research interests include Chinese Foreign Policy, the Belt and Road Initiative in Southeast Asia, Sino-Japanese relations, and the geopolitics of Climate Change. She graduated from the London School of Economics and Political Science with a Masters in International Relations. She completed her Bachelors in International Relations from the War Studies Department in King’s College London.

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BFM podcast: Common prosperity to address China's inequality

03 September 2021
Angeline Tan was interviewed by BFM89.9 on 3 September 2021. Produced by: Shazana Mokhtar Presented by: Wong Shou Ning, Philip See Angeline Tan, researcher for ISIS Malaysia, helps us understand President Xi Jin Ping's Common Prosperity agenda and what it means to China's broader society and economy as children from primary school age will begin learning “Xi…

Telling a good Communist story

07 July 2021
Ever since President Xi Jinping came into power in 2012 he has set about telling “a good story about China”, and what better story to tell than the rise and success of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)?   Standing on the same balcony where Mao Zedong declared the People’s Republic of China, Xi went into passionate…

Why we should fear the new ‘Made in China’

17 May 2021
Beijing is seizing the opportunity to retool its economy and cement its superpower status while the world continues to grapple with Covid-19. As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to ravage the global economy, China is emerging from it stronger than ever.  China was the only major economy in the world that saw an expansion last year, seeing its gross domestic product increasing by 2.3%. In November, President Xi Jinping announced that China has eradicated extreme poverty one…
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