Tuesday, Nov 29, 2016
by dsuchens


6pm on December 3rd, Location TBD

Dinner Provided


PUCC Events


Dec. 3: All Eyes and Ears Screening at 6pm, followed by a Q&A with Director Vanessa Hope. Facebook event here. Trailer here. It should be amazing!


Documentary Synopsis: When former Utah governor Jon Huntsman was appointed United States Ambassador to China, the charming career politician arrived at his new post with his entire family—including his adopted Chinese daughter, Gracie. Huntsman's diplomatic struggles and triumphs are explored in the broader context of China’s relationship with the rest of the world, and intersected with Gracie's personal experience living in China as a Chinese‐American.


Dec. 13: On Tuesday December 13th, PUCC will be holding a dinner conversation with Sara Judge and all PUCC Members. Sara recently served as the Global Director at Avenues: the World School, and is the former President of the China Institute in New York.  Sara is a graduate of Princeton University, and is currently the Vice Chair of the Princeton University Alumni Council. Come to dinner to hear about her early experiences in China, and her advice about pursuing a China-focused career!


Campus Events


Nov. 30: What Comes Next? President Trump & the Future of US-China Relations -Dinner and Debate with Professor Aaron Freidberg and Dr. Michael O’Hanlon (Brookings Institute) at 7:30pm in Jones Hall


Dec. 5: Min Ye - Boston University - Economy in Command: Domestic Politics of China’s Belt and Road Initiative at 4:30 p.m. in Robertson Hall Bowl 002


Dec. 7: Unpacking China’s Rise with Bonnie Glaser and the CSIS China Power Project  at 4:30 p.m. in Robertson Hall Bowl 001


Internships and Research


Princeton’s Office of International Programs is accepting applications for its International Internships Program. A diverse offering of sites throughout China with subjects ranging from engineering to communications ensure a placement matching your skills and interests. Applications are due December 5th. Each placement comes with an internship award to cover all associated costs, including the flights if on financial aid. https://www.princeton.edu/oip/iip/internships/by_region/asia/china/


The internship program at the Interagency Trade Enforcement Center (ITEC) within the office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) is a semester-long program in which interns gain experience with U.S. trade enforcement policy. Candidates with fluency in reading Mandarin Chinese are strongly encouraged to apply. Interns will research and analyze a variety of trade information related to China, including trade-related regulations, policies, and economic and trade data for WTO dispute settlement proceedings with China. Assignments may include research, economic analysis, litigation, and report preparation. Interested applicants should send a resume and cover letter to Sara Schuman at sschuman@ustr.eop.gov by December 1, 2016.


For graduating seniors, the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace is accepting applications for its James C. Gaither Junior Fellows Program. This fellowship offers an incredible opportunity for personal growth and development for up to 12 recipients, who will serve as research assistants to the endowment’s senior associates. Placements for 2016-2017 include South Asian Studies, China Studies, Southeast Asian Studies and Economics (Asia Program). http://carnegieendowment.org/about/jr-fellows


One Issue, Four Perspectives


South Korean President Conspired with Her Friend, Prosecutors Say http://www.foxnews.com/world/2016/11/21/south-korean-president-conspired-with-her-friend-prosecutors-say.html


Huge Numbers Demand the Ouster of South Korea’s President in a Fifth Week of Protests



S Korea’s Park Faces Fresh Protests



S. Korean Ruling Party Heayweight Demands Impeachment of President Park