DINNER & DISCUSSION WITH PROF DALI YANG *93 P23, AUTHOR OF "WUHAN: HOW THE COVID-19 OUTBREAK OF CHINA SPIRALED OUT OF CONTROL" - MARCH 6, 2024

Join us for an exclusive dinner and discussion with Professor Dali Yang *93 P23 to discuss his new book, Wuhan: How the Covid-19 Outbreak in China Spiraled Out of Control and how the learnings might impact US-China relations in the future. The ebook is available now on Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Hard copies will be available for pre-order by March 1st.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 2024
6:00 - 8:00 PM CENTRAL

6:00 - 6:30 PM: ARRIVAL & DINNER

6:30 - 7:30 PM: TALK

7:30 - 8:00 PM: RECEPTION

KIRKLAND & ELLIS

300 N LASALLE

CHICAGO, IL 60654

$15 for Members, $20 for Non-Members
CLICK HERE TO RESERVE BY MAR 4 @ 11:59 PM (SPACES ARE LIMITED)!


Questions? Contact

Yeri Lee '15 S13 at yerilee@alumni.princeton.edu

or Yung Lim '87 at yungblim@alumni.princeton.edu

or Udai Gupta *78 at udaigupta@hotmail.com

 

This event is cosponsored by APGA (Association of Princeton Graduate Alumni) & A4P (Asian American Alumni Association of Princeton)

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Professor Dali Yang

Dali L. Yang is the William Claude Reavis Professor in the Department of Political Science and the College and Senior Advisor to the President and the Provost on Global Initiatives at the University of Chicago and received his Ph.D. in political science from Princeton University. Professor Yang’s research focuses on the politics of China’s development, governance, and global impact. Among Yang’s books are Calamity and Reform in China: State, Rural Society and Institutional Change since the Great Leap Famine (Stanford University Press, 1996); and Remaking the Chinese Leviathan:  Market Transition and the Politics of Governance in China (Stanford University Press, 2004).

 

 

  • "Dali Yang … provides a compelling account of how China's most tragic governance failure in 40 years allowed the worst pandemic in a century to spiral out of control." -- William Hurst, University of Cambridge
  • "... uncovers many lessons not only for China but for every country-and we can only hope the world learns them." -- John Barry, Author of The Great Influenza