Harvard China Forum

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Founded in 1997, Harvard China Forum is North America’s leading and longest-running student-run conference on China. Dedicated to a constructive dialogue on the challenges, trends, and issues affecting China, the forum aims to engage leaders in business, academia, and politics in discourse that will offer insights and generate new ideas. The annual Forum is primarily organized by undergraduates at Harvard, and typically takes place at Harvard University each April. This year, the conference will feature over 100 speakers and 800 attendees, making it the largest of its kind. 

Tickets to Harvard China Forum 2017 have been sold out. For a list of free activities that do not require a ticket, click here (events in green). 

 

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