Speeches | 18 March 2011

China Changing Lecture 2011- Professor Wang Gungwu presentation

On the evening of 17 March, the Lowy Institute was very pleased to host a lecture by Professor Wang Gungwu entitled 'US and China: Respect and Equality'. The evolving US-China relationship is now the single most important and complicated major power relationship globally and one of immense importance to Australia. As Professor Wang noted, in a world of hierarchies and league tables, the semblance of equality has symbolic value. How can that translate into mutual respect between the United States and China?Professor Wang is one of the world’s leading experts on China and its place in Asia. His speech formed part of the Lowy Institute’s Changing China Series and was supported by the Australia-China Council.Gungwu Wang

  • Gungwu Wang

On the evening of 17 March, the Lowy Institute was very pleased to host a lecture by Professor Wang Gungwu entitled 'US and China: Respect and Equality'. The evolving US-China relationship is now the single most important and complicated major power relationship globally and one of immense importance to Australia. As Professor Wang noted, in a world of hierarchies and league tables, the semblance of equality has symbolic value. How can that translate into mutual respect between the United States and China?Professor Wang is one of the world’s leading experts on China and its place in Asia. His speech formed part of the Lowy Institute’s Changing China Series and was supported by the Australia-China Council.Gungwu Wang

  • Gungwu Wang