• From “China After Mao” by Liu Heung Shing

    A Bridge between China and the Rest of the World

    From “China After Mao” by Liu Heung Shing

  • Photo of TAO Dance Theatre by Fan Xi

    A Bridge between China and the Rest of the World

    Photo of TAO Dance Theatre by Fan Xi

  • Imperial Tile Factory Excursion

    A Bridge between China and the Rest of the World

    Imperial Tile Factory Excursion

  • A Bridge between China and the Rest of the World

  • A Bridge between China and the Rest of the World

  • Jamie FlorCruz: From Rebel to Reporter

    A Bridge between China and the Rest of the World

    Jamie FlorCruz: From Rebel to Reporter

  • A Bridge between China and the Rest of the World

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    about

    The Royal Asiatic Society Beijing (RASBJ) aims to bring China and the rest of the world closer together.

    Established 2013

    The Royal Asiatic Society based in Beijing, China

    We offer talks, online discussions, expert-led tours and publications which explore Chinese culture, history, society, art, architecture and science. RASBJ is a branch of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland. RAS was established in London in 1823, and HRH The Prince of Wales is its patron.

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    What We Offer

    RASBJ engages Chinese and international academics, policy-makers, artists and media in exploring interactions between China and the rest of the world – past, present and future. We offer:
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    ADVISORY GROUP

    ADVISORY GROUP

    Peter Batey OBE

    Alan Babington-Smith

    President of RASBJ

    Paul Haenle

    Victor Lang

    Jörg Wuttke