‘The Best are yet to Come:’ State Programs, Domestic Resistance and Reverse Migration of High-level Talent to China
Journal of Contemporary China Volume 29, 2020 - Issue 125 David Zweig, Kang Siqin and Wang Huiyao Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong Hong Kong University, Hong Kong; Center for China’s Globalization [...]
ABC News Website July 1, 2022 With Extensive Quotes by David Zweig
Xi hails Hong Kong's autonomy but with a major caveat: Beijing has final say By Karson Yiu July 01, 2022, 5:35 AM HONG KONG -- In a speech celebrating the 25th [...]
David Zweig on Bloomberg: HK Not Finished But Is Wounded Needs Healing
June 30th, 2022, 9:55 PM EDT David Zweig, Professor Emeritus of the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, discusses the significance of Chinese President Xi's visit to Hong Kong and the policy priorities [...]
Will Taiwan be the next Ukraine? For Beijing, Russia’s difficult war offers a cautionary tale.
March 14, 2022 4:02 am By David Zweig David Zweig is professor emeritus at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. If Xi Jinping was thinking of making a move on Taiwan, [...]
China aggressively recruited foreign scientists. Now, it avoids talking about those programs
Information on “talent programs” that drew U.S. scrutiny has disappeared Dennis Normile Science (magazine) A version of this story appeared in Science, Vol 375, Issue 6578. 20 January 2022, 2:30pm: Article contains quotes [...]
Do Overseas Returnees Excel in the Chinese Labour Market?
The China Quarterly, 247, September 2021, pp. 875–897 Published online by Cambridge University Press: 19 February 2021 Zaichao Du, Yuting Sun, Guochang Zhao and David Zweig Abstract Overseas study is a global phenomenon and [...]
Duke University Forum on Chinese Innovation
November 9th, 2021 Host: Dr Denis Simon Speaker: David Zweig Click here for the Video Link
Is Sino–American Scientific Collaboration a Thing of the Past?
Boston College Center for International Higher Education No. 108, Autumn 2021 David Zweig ABSTRACT: A laudable component of Sino–US rapprochement after 1978 has been collaborative research. But China’s aggressive effort to benefit from its [...]
Are China’s “Sea Turtles” Becoming “Seaweed”? A Changing Job Market
No. 106 Spring Issue 2021 David Zweig and Zaichao Du ABSTRACT: Analysts of China’s “reverse migration” largely ignore returning, short-term MA students, who comprise close to 70 percent of all returnees, [...]
Backchat: June 4th under NSL
Link: rthk.hk/radio/radio3/ BackChat: 4 June 2021 Hugh Chiverton and Danny Gittings June 4th under NSL On Friday's Backchat: Click here for Full Segment of the RTHK Radio 3 audio file with David Zweig, Professor [...]