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Global China Pulse

Volume 1, Issue 1, 2022


Front Matter




  • What is Global China?
    Ching Kwan Lee
  • Understanding the China Development Bank in Latin America
    Latinoamérica Sustentable (LAS)
  • What’s Behind the Diplomatic Spat between China and Lithuania?
    Vida Macikenaite
  • How Global Capitalism Became Humanity’s ‘Fate’ in Xi Jinping’s New Era
    Ryan Martínez Mitchell


  • China’s Overseas Energy Investments after the ‘No Coal’ Pledge: An Assessment
    Danqing Li, Siman Li, Mark Bo
  • Translating China’s Special Economic Zone ‘Model’ into Rural Southern India: Impacts on Urban Development
    Charlotte Goodburn, Jan Knoerich
  • Overlapping Agendas on the Belt and Road: The Case of the Sihanoukville Special Economic Zone
    Mark Bo, Neil Loughlin
  • Civil Society’s Multifaceted Response to China’s Belt and Road Initiative
    Shawn Shieh
  • High-Profile Infrastructure and China’s Global Influence Gamble
    Austin Strange
  • Pragmatic Living in Motion: Two Chinese ‘Migrants’ and their Meanderings in the ‘City of Gold’
    Romain Dittgen

Project Spotlight

  • Boten: From Dawn till Dusk
    Jessica DiCarlo, Nicholas Bosoni

Voices from the Ground

  • Engaging with China in Latin America: A Conversation with Paulina Garzón
    Mark Bo, Paulina Garzón


  • Chinese Soft Power: A Conversation with Maria Repnikova
    Nicholas Loubere, Maria Repnikova
  • Clash of Empires: A Conversation with Ho-fung Hung
    Hong Zhang, Ho-fung Hung



About the Journal

ISSN: 2004-4607
Publisher: Lund University, Centre for East and South-East Asian Studies
Frequency: 2 issues/year

Global China Pulse (GCP) is an open access biannual publication that focuses on China’s international engagements in their various manifestations. Alongside the informational infrastructure The People’s Map of Global China provides, GCP offers a new space to publish content in a variety of styles and, possibly, experiment with different approaches and formats. GCP rests on two pillars: the conviction that today more than ever it is necessary to bridge the gap between the scholarly community, civil society, and the general public; and the related belief that open access is necessary to ethically reappropriate academic research from commercial publishers who restrict the free circulation of ideas.

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