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As the first center of its kind founded within a U.S. school of social work, the Columbia China Center is a hub for innovation and action on social welfare in China and beyond.
Columbia China Center for Social Policy Hosts Successful Conference on Caring for All
Professor Jinyu Liu Wins Prestigious NIH Grant Award
China Center’s 2019-2020 Lecture Series Focuses on Using Scientific Evidence to Address Social Challenges in China
China Center for Social Policy Hosts Inaugural International Conference on “Expanding Social Policy in China".
Columbia School of Social Work Hosted Social Policy Public Forum in Shanghai
Qin Gao Discusses China’s Poverty Reduction & Social Welfare with the Carnegie Council
Qin Gao Explains How China's Poverty Alleviation Program Works on SupChina's Sinica Podcast
Lunar New Year In The Social Work Building
Qin Gao Joins Columbia University’s Committee on Global Thought
Wish You a Prosperous Year of the Ox!
China Center 2021-2022 Lecture Series on COVID-19 Impacts and Responses in China and Beyond
于2012年启动的纽约居民生活质量追踪研究 (the New York City Longitudinal Survey of Wellbeing) 项目旨在了解并追踪纽约居民的生活质量及其变化。亚裔是纽约市近年来增长最快的少数族裔，目前占纽约居民的14%。在亚裔美国人中，华裔是最大的群体。从2020年开始，本研究特别扩大华裔在调查样本中所占的比例，以求更详尽地了解纽约市华裔居民的情况，更准确地描述纽约华裔移民的生活状况。
Launched in 2012, the New York City Longitudinal Survey of Wellbeing study tracks economic and social wellbeing in New York City (NYC). Asian Americans have been the fastest growing ethnic group in NYC in recent years, now accounting for 14% of NYC residents. Among Asian Americans, Chinese are the largest ethnic group.
New Report: Racial Discrimination Has Changed the Daily Lives of Many Chinese Americans in New York City and California during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, Asian Americans, especially Chinese Americans, have faced heightened racially-motivated harassment and violence. The surges in anti-Asian discrimination and hate have been particularly high on the East and West coasts due to the concentration of Asian Americans in both areas.
Congratulations to 2022 Graduates Sam Han, Xiaoning Huang, Ruijie Bi, Tingyi Cao, Hanna Wang, and Baixue Yangchen
The Columbia China Center for Social Policy is proud to celebrate the graduation of six Center fellows this May. We applaud the graduates’ perseverance, breakthroughs, and many achievements. Congratulations and best wishes!
On April 15, 2022, the China Center for Social Policy hosted a career planning panel of Columbia School of Social Work (CSSW) alumni and current Chinese international students to share their experiences in pursuing Ph.D. programs and applying for jobs in both the US and China. Panelists included alumni Qin Sun, Yingning Wang, and Shu Zeng, and current student Haizhen Li. Second-year master’s student Hanna Wang served as the moderator.