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Business Forum 2017

The LSE SU China-Britain Business Forum is a brand-new conference that offers an exclusive platform for insightful discussion on Sino-Britain relations on a wide spectrum of issues. This year, we are honoured to collaborate with Lloyds Bank, China-Britain Business Fusion and Trowers & Hamlins to bring to you LSE SU China-Britain Business Forum 2017 themed "Post-Brexit China-Britain relationship: the end of Honeymoon or the beginning of the Golden Age”.


Annual China Outlook Trip 2016- Beijing, Shanghai, Nanjing

CDF 2016

China Development Forum 2016

Since President Xi Jinping’s 2012 inauguration, China has seen tremendous changes in nearly every aspect of its social, political and economic life. The current leadership’s bold moves are almost unprecedented in post-reform Chinese history. Yet old problems persist, new challenges arise. The 2016 LSESU China Development Forum discussed the government’s anti-corruption drive, Shanghai economic free trade zone, export of soft power through overseas cultural-linguistic missions, and policy towards neighbouring countries. In 2016 the Forum examines the government’s shifting policy focus, its commitment to ‘deepening reforms’, and China’s vision for its own future.


Founded in 2002, the LSE SU China Development Society (CDS) strives to promote a global understanding of China.

Our core mission is to inculcate an all-rounded understanding of China amongst our members as well as the wider public. We are the pioneer organisation on campus to focus on issues surrounding China's development and rapidly changing landscape. We have established ourselves as one of the few highly respected societies on campus with a membership base of over 3000 students, alumni and professionals. We are also in collaboration with many premium organisations including the LSE Asia Research Centre, the Confucius Institute for Business London, the LSE Department of Economics, the 48 Group Club and the China Britain Business Council.


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