Events

China and Latin America Workshop


11 May 2011

Relations between China and Latin America are an emerging feature of international relations. The University of Leeds Department of East Asian Studies and the University of Sydney China Studies Centre have collaborated to organize a workshop on this topic for May 2011 in Leeds. The aim is a collection of essays examining different aspects of the China Latin America relationship.

PROGRAMME

9:30-10:00 INTRODUCTION

Jörn Dosch, University of Leeds

East Asia and Latin America: Interactions and lessons


10:00 - 12:45 REGIONAL IMPACT AND IMPLICATIONS

David S G Goodman, University of Sydney

The China Model: Implications and impact

José Luis León Manríquez, UNAM

China, Latin America and the USA

SHORT COFFEE BREAK

Adrian Hearn, University of Sydney

Clarifying Transparency: The China-Latin America-U.S. Triangle

Juan Carlos Pachuz, ITESM Puebla

Chinese Foreign Direct Investment: The case of Chile, Peru and Argentina.


12:45-13:30 BUFFET LUNCH

13:30-15:00 CHINA AND MEXICO

Roberto Hernández Hernández, UdeG

China and Mexico

Minglu Chen, University of Sydney

Negligence or Arrogance?: Mexico from the China perspective

Beatriz Carrillo Garcia, UTS

Comparative Health Care: China and Mexico

15:00-15:15 COFEE BREAK

15:15-16:45 BILATERAL RELATIONS

Gonzalo Paz, George Washington University

China and Argentina

Rhys Jenkins, UEA

China and Brazil

Ana Lucía Salinas de Dosch, Leeds Metropolitan University

China and Ecuador

16:45-17:00 SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND PUBLICATION PLANS

David S G Goodman and Jörn Dosch

17:00-18:00 BOOK LAUNCH

Adrian H. Hearn and José Luis León Manríquez (eds) China Engages Latin America: Tracing the Trajectory, Lynne Rienner


Time: 9am - 6pm

Location: Leeds Humanities Research Institute (LHRI), 29-31 Clarendon Place, University of Leeds, UK

Cost: Free