• Delegation visit from the NDRC, PRC

  • Indian counterparts of the NDRC delegation

  • ICS Director's visit to the Guangzhou Societies of Social Sciences

  • Dr. Huang Yinghong's talk on, 'Chinese Perceptions of Mahatma Gandhi'

  • 'Dynamics of National Interests and Identities', Special Lecture by Lu Yang

  • Thubden Samphel's talk on Self Immmoation and Protests in Tibet

  • ICS Faculty with the Director of Vietnam Institute of Indian and Southwest Asian Studies (VIISAS)

Registration open for a Programme on ‘Understanding China’s World View’ (22/04/2014 - 22/05/2014)    |    
Publications
 
 
 
Welcome to Institute of Chinese Studies

The Institute of Chinese Studies, Delhi (ICS) is one of the oldest research institutions on China and East Asia in India. With support from the Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India, it is the mandate of the ICS to develop a strategic vision for India’s dealings with China and to help adapt India’s priorities quickly and appropriately to address the research and educational demands arising from China’s emergence. The ICS seeks to promote interdisciplinary study and research on China and the rest of East Asia with a focus on expertise in China’s domestic politics, international relations, economy, history, health, education, border studies, language and culture, and on India-China comparative studies. It also looks to fostering active links with business, media, government and non-governmental organizations in India through applied research, executive training programmes, and seminars and conferences, and to serve as a repository of knowledge and data grounded in first-hand research on Chinese politics, economy, international relations, society and culture.

 
Events

06 June 2014:
100 Years After the Simla Conference-1913-14

22 April 2014:
Registration open for a Programme on ‘Understanding China’s World View’ (22/04/2014 - 22/05/2014)

07 April 2014:
What’s Behind China’s Economic Slow Down?

04 April 2014:
Unrest in Tibet: Understanding the post-2008 Wave of Protest and Conflict

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