Under the heading “Middle Kingdom – Quo vadis? China between Major Developments and Stagnation“, the interdisciplinary Colloqium Fundamentale of ZAK I Center for Applied and General Studies of Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) will focus on developments in China and their global impacts. The series of lectures (in German only) will be opened by the former German ambassador in China, Dr. Volker Stanzel, on the “Neue Weltmacht China” (China, the new world power) on Thursday, November 19, 2015, 18 hrs, at the NTI-Hörsaal (Engesserstr. 5, building 30.10, KIT Campus South).
More information on the lecturers and lectures can be found online at: www.zak.kit.edu/english/
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