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About Us

Mission
Oxford China Forum (OCF) strives to provide an international platform independent of political or commercial influence to facilitate a holistic and constructive conversation about China — in the belief that China in the 21st century requires a multi-narrative understanding.
History
Founded in 2013, Oxford China Forum (OCF) is a student-run annual conference aiming to provide insight into the shifting economic, political and cultural landscapes in modern China.
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OCF2020

"Modern" China
The theme for OCF2020 is ‘Modern China’. We want to highlight China’s astounding speed of modernisation following the economic reforms forty years ago, and take a close look at the unique version of modernity China has arrived at.
Moreover, we want to uncover the complexities and inequalities behind this outward appearance of ‘modernity’ — to truly appreciate its costs and benefits.
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Panels in 2019

Film

The Heavy Absurdity of Reality: Punk of Contemporary Chinese Films

International Relations

The Chinese Approach to Economic Globalisation

Public Health

Health for All: Achievements and Challenges

Literature

Women and Chinese Literature Today

Technology

Is China the Next Technology Leader?

Art

Decentre/Relocate China: On the Dissolve of 'Boundary' in Contemporary Art

Feminism

Feminism's Challenges in China: Chinese 'Rural' Feminists in the Digital Age

Location

Oxford Union OX1 3JB

Time

February 2020

Over 30 distinguished speakers

Scholar, entrepreneurs and professionals

8 Diversified themes

And a Gala Dinner

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