SCREENING AND DISCUSSION: Voices from the Frontline: Can China Beat Poverty?
- China Institute
ONLINE EVENT | FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | REGISTRATION REQUIRED
Cosponsored by the China Institute and the Peking University Alumni Association of Greater New York
Film screening, followed by a panel discussion; panelists include CSSW Professor Qin Gao (bio), founding director of the China Center on Social Policy.
ABOUT THE EVENT
China has vowed to eradicate extreme poverty by the end of 2020. Can Beijing achieve its audacious goal now it’s taking a hit from COVID-19? What is China’s strategy and how is it different from President Lyndon Johnson’s “War on Poverty” programs? Watch Emmy-nominated documentary Voices from the Frontline: Can China Beat Poverty?, to be followed by a fascinating discussion among documentary anchor Robert Lawrence Kuhn, director Peter Getzels, and Chinese social welfare expert Professor Qin Gao. Award-winning journalist Dexter Tiff Roberts, author of The Myth of Chinese Capitalism, will moderate.
Register now to receive a link and password to view the documentary.