Global China Institute

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Global China Institute

The Global China Institute (GCI, former name CCPN Global, charity No.: 1154640, an affiliate member of The Academy of Social Sciences), is a UK-based academic institution that aims to promote the study of China in comparative perspective in all aspects, and to participate in the building and governance of a global society. As a bridge between China and the rest of world, the Chinese and the non-Chinese, GCI produces both global public good and global public goods to serve for all mankind. It consists of the following departments which also participate in different professional activities separately as independent brands.

CCPN Global CCPN Global (China in Comparative Perspective Network Global) engages in work on China in comparative perspective, mainly via a global network and a peer-reviewed journal (JCCP). It was formerly known as CCPN at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) before 2014. The phrase: ‘China and the Chinese from a comparative perspective’, means to use the case of China or the Chinese as a comparator to compare, contemporarily and historically, with other countries or regions in interdisciplinary, multiple engagements, across institutions, and transnational approaches for advancing general knowledge. We are multi-disciplinary and anticipate linking and pooling the expertise of all experts on China seeking comparative approaches and facilitating collaborative studies on China in its Asian and global contexts. More…
Journal of China in Comparative Perspective (JCCP) is the only peer-reviewed academic journal for social sciences, humanities and comparative studies on China in the world, published biannually in English and Chinese editions, by the Global China Press from 2015 in print and online (ISSN 2040-0837). It looks at China from a comparative viewpoint as a player in broader patterns of development, ideas, movements, networks, and systems. Comparison includes using China as a case study to examine a generally applicable theory, or drawing analytic conclusions from comparative data about China and some other country or context. Honorary Editor: Stephan Feuchtwang (LSE, UK), Editor: Xiangqun Chang (Global China Institute; UCL, UK), Review Editor: Keith Jackson (SOAS, UK; Doshisha University, Japan), Associate Editors: Matthew Wills (University of California, UCSD, USA) and Costanza Pernigotti (CCPN Global, UK; ZUMC,Chian). More…
The Global China Dialogue (GCD) annual forums emphasise the concepts of transculturality and social creativity in seeking to enhance public understanding of global affairs and common interests via public dialogue and discussion between Chinese and non-Chinese academics, experts, professionals and practitioners and interested laypeople, from interdisciplinary and comparative perspectives. Topics of dialogue will range from China development, education, language and culture to government and politics, economics, migration, the family, climate change, the environment, public health, and human security, and global governance, etc.More…
 Global China Press (GCP) is the only publisher of bilingual publications from Chinese and non-Chinese perspectives on China and the world in a global context (company No.: 8892970). It covers a range of publications from academic journalsedited volumes, selected conference papers or theme based articles, to research monographs, book series, teaching and learning material of Chinese for social sciences, and reference books. They are published in various forms, such as print, electronic versions, video, audio, on internet and mobile internet. More…
Global China Unit is a knowledge-based think tank that exists to create a public platform for social consultancy in a global society. It is initially formed by ‘Knowledge transfer’ and ‘Public engagements’ of CCPN Global.Instead of transferring a particular knowledge to a specific field. Global China Unit is specially keen to transfer knowledge of Chinese social sciences and humanities into a global society, as a kind of ‘global transfer of knowledge’, or ‘globalization of knowledge’ from China and the Chinese perspectives. More…
Global China Social Enterprise explores mechanisms for the sustainable development of non-profit organizations throughout the world. It was initialised jointly by CCPN Global and UVIC Group which undertakes all the business for the Global China Institute, from fund raising, venue rental, registration, media campaigns, publication and printing of related materials, to social consultancyMore…
The Global China Ecommerce provides a platform for Global China Institute related organizations to conduct their business and complete transactions electronically. It is used by the following organizations:Global China InstituteCCPN GlobalJournal of China in Comparative PerspectiveGlobal China DialogueGlobal China PressGlobal China UnitGlobal China LimitedGlobal China EcommerceMore…

Global China Institute’s features

  1. A UK-based Unique Academic Organization for the Study of China & the Chinese from a Comparative Perspective
  2. The sole English and Chinese Bilingual Website in the English Speaking World on China from Social Sciences, Humanities & Comparative Perspectives
  3. The only Peer-reviewed Academic Journal for Social Sciences, Humanities & Comparative Studies on China in the World
  4. The First Publisher Focusing on Bilingual Publications, from the Chinese and non-Chinese Perspectives, on China and the World in a Global Context
  5. A knowledge-based Think Tank Aiming to Bring Resources from China, Chinese and Comparative Studies for Participation in Shaping a Global Society
  6. A Global Dialogue with the Concepts of Transculturality and Social Creativity to Enhance Public Understanding of Global Affairs and Participating in Global Governance

Global China Institute supports

The Campaign for Social Science was launched by the Academy of Social Sciences and supported by UK’s major universities and institutions.

The Campaign for Languages Speak to the Future was initiated by the British Academy as part of its Language and Quantitative Skills Programme

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