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Lieberthal-Rogel Center for Chinese Studies

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U-M study finds that concentration of China's real estate industry led to property market crisis

"The concentration of the real estate industry not only exacerbates challenges for the national economy, but also brings negative impacts to local economies," says Lan Deng, U-M Professor of Urban and Regional Planning.

II Director Mary Gallagher in the "New York Times"

"Because of China’s dominance in green-energy technology, particularly electric vehicles, the U.S. now has higher priorities than upholding traditional free trade principles."

The Kenneth G. Lieberthal and Richard H. Rogel Center for Chinese Studies at the University of Michigan was founded in 1961 and has been a national leader in Chinese studies for over 50 years. A member of the International Institute, the center provides students, specialists, and the public with expert resources and a deeper understanding of contemporary and historical issues related to China.

New Blog Post: Remembering Professor Xiaohong Xu

“Those of us who know him in person know that he is a gentle, soft spoken, and humble intellectual. Those of us who read his work realize the fire and even rebelliousness in his ideas,”  said Professor Ho-fung Hong from Johns Hopkins University at Professor Xiaohong Xu’s memorial conference on May 24.

It has been five months since Xiaohong’s passing – his life ended too soon at the age of 45. Prominent scholars from around the nation came to the university of Michigan to honor his legacy and explore his impactful contributions to his field. A few hundred more joined us on zoom from around the world.

Read the full discussion on the LRCCS blog.

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