Knowledge transfer 知识转化

Xiangqun Chang has participated in two workshops, 'Getting Research into Practice (GRIP)' and 'Engaging with Business', provided by the Knowledge Transfer Team of The Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) in 2007. She also participated in related training programmes provided by LSE's Language Centre, Teaching and Learning Centre, CIBL and Hanban-UK. Since then she has been working on knowledge transfer. She established:
     1. a unique academic society for the study of China and the Chinese from a comparative perspective. We are a non-profit, multi-disciplinary academic society, and anticipate linking and pooling the expertise of all experts on China seeking comparative approaches and facilitating collaborative studies on China in its Asian and global contexts, ultimately becoming a world-class locus for research on these issues.

     2. the sole English and Chinese bilingual website in the English-speaking world focusing on social scientific and comparative studies of China. This bilingual website is being used as a public platform. The sections ‘Publications’, ‘Academic Events’ and ‘Research Projects’ each consist of two parts: work from CCPN Global and work done elsewhere. The external links can also be found in the ‘Resources’ section under Global Century Press. The website is updated from time to time.

     3. the only peer-reviewed journal with an English and Chinese bilingual element for social scientific, humanities and comparative studies on china in the world. The Journal on China in Comparative Perspective (JCCP), CCPN Global’s flagship, is published quarterly from 2015 in print (ISSN 2040-0837).

     4. the first publisher focusing on bilingual publications, from Chinese and non-Chinese perspectives, on China and the world in a global context. The Global Century Press (GCP), is a subsidiary trading company, producing a range of publications, from academic journals, edited volumes from selected conference papers or theme-based articles to research monographs, book series, teaching and learning material on Chinese for social sciences, and reference books. They are published in various forms, such as print, electronic versions, video, audio on the internet and on mobile.

     5. a knowledge-based think tank aiming to bring resources from China and the Chinese and comparative studies for participating in shaping a global society. China4Global is promoted through two blogs, and, containing material on social science from a Chinese perspective, knowledge transfer, consultancy and public engagement and so on, with a view to transferring knowledge from a Chinese perspective to participate in shaping a global society.

        CCPN Global and Global Global China Unit also formed partnerships with China-based C-joint Research & Consultancy, UVIC (UK Visa and International Education Centre, a leading educational and immigration consultant firm), and a UK-based Sino-UK Educational Services company. Their business covers the following fields: business consulting, management consulting, cultural exchanges, organizing professional study tours, conducting senior level training, arranging international conferences, hosting Chinese tour groups to the UK and Europe, providing services for students’ university and visa applications to the UK, managing winter and summer camps, advising on student relocation, consulting on inward investment and liaising in bilateral trade. These activities support the Campaign for Social Science, which was launched by the Academy of Social Sciences. CCPN Global is one of its sponsors.

       CCPN Global also supports the campaign for languages, Speak to the Future, initiated by the British Academy as part of its language and quantitative skills programme.    

  • In 2009 the British Academy launched a report entitled ‘Language matters’, which ‘discussed concerns that the future of the UK’s world-class research base might be threatened by the decline in modern language learning and calls for a series of measures by universities and Government bodies to address this danger’.
  • In 2011 the British Academy launched its new statement ‘Language matters more and more’. The question of how to ‘build the capacity of the UK’s knowledge economy to meet national and international challenges’ is relevant here, not because of language learning, but to gain a better understanding of the meanings behind English and Chinese languages within various social, cultural and economic contexts.
  • The title of the British Academy’s report in 2013 was ‘Languages: the state of the  nation’. In its preface, Professor Nigel Vincent, Vice-President of the British Academy, pointed out that ‘languages are vital for the health and wellbeing of the education and research base, for UK competitiveness and for individuals and society at large’. JCCP has set up the column ‘Chinese for Social Science’, which aims to help increasing numbers of Chinese language learners throughout the world who are interested in social science topics. Through reading our articles they can improve their language abilities in meaning, context, discourse, translation skills and so on, and gain a deeper understanding of the related research article.

It is expected that some of CCPN Global's edited volumes and book series will continue to be published in both English and Chinese.

CCPN Global’s knowledge transfer outline:

Knowledge sources:

  • Chinese knowledge
  • Social science disciplines
  • Professional experiences inside and outside China
  • Chinese relationship research network (CRRN)

Areas in which knowledge transfer occurs:

Selling points:

  • Specialist in Chinese relationships, social networks, social creativity and Chinese language for social sciences  
  • Alternative services to different kinds of existing professional Consultancy
  • Tailor-made case studies backed by more than 20 research projects   

Service objects

  • Universities
  • publishers
  • Enterprises
  • Governmental organizations
  • Non-governmental organizations
  • International organizations

Our principles:

  • knowledge exchange
  • knowledge share
  • knowledge co-production






Highlights 关注 Photo report - China through British eyes: launch of new books and donation of books 图片报道——英国人眼里的中国: 新书发布和赠书仪式 Photo reports: Roundtable Discussion on China and International Communications and Agreement-signing Ceremony between New World Press and Global Century Press 多视角看中国与国际传播圆桌会议暨 新世界出版社与全球世纪出版社合作出版签约仪式 Happy Chinese New Year of the Pig! 恭贺各位2019猪年新禧! Learning without Borders Global Education Comparative Study Centre (LwB-GEx) 学无国界全球教育比较研究中心 Himalayan Civilization Comparative Studies Centre (HCCSC) 喜马拉雅文明比较研究中心 The 5th Global China Dialogue (GCD V): Governance for Global Justice 第五届全球中国对话:全球正义治理通知 Digital Interconnection and Intelligent Manufacturing — Social Change and Cultural Transformation in Global Society (Pre-GCD Forum) 数字互联和智造论坛——全球社会变迁和文化转型(对话前论坛) Academic Publishing and Knowledge Service for China and China in Comparative Studies (Post-GCD forum) 中国及中国比较研究学术出版与知识服务论坛(对话后论坛) Prof. Wang Ping, Vice-President of Chengdu Institute of Public Administration, Made an Academic Visit to the UK at the Invitation of Global China Institute 成都行政学院副院长王苹教授应全球中国研究院的邀请赴英学术访问 Photo report: Agreement-signing ceremony and launch of English edition of China’s Role in a Shared Human Future at the London Book Fair 图片报道《中国在人类命运共同体中的角色》 ​合作出版签约仪式在伦敦书展举办 The 4th Global China Dialogue: The Belt and Road (B&R) -- Transcultural Cooperations for shared goals 第四届全球中国对话: 一带一路:为了共同目标的转文化合作
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