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AGI Public Policy Webinar: The EAST Rises - Again: Lessons for Today from China's Past Technological Development

AGI Public Policy Webinar: The EAST Rises - Again: Lessons for Today from China's Past Technological Development

Four factors have shaped China's development throughout history: examination, autocracy, stability and technology (EAST). In this inaugural AGI Public Policy Webinar, Professor Yasheng Huang of MIT will present findings on the history of Chinese technological development from its Spring and Autumn Eras (over 700 years before the first millennium) to the end of the Qing Dynasty in 1911.

 Asia Global Institute

 8th February, 2021

#China #Global #History #Technology #webinar

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