For many years the China Center regularly has been organizing meetings of Chinese and German students. These meetings offer Chinese and German students as well as young academics the opportunity for personal encounters and exchange of ideas and experiences.

Important note regarding registration

Due to technical difficulties, we have unfortunately had to deactivate the online registration form. Therefore, we kindly ask you to download the following registration form instead and then fill it out and send it by fax or mail (as indicated therein): Registration form


Themenschwerpunkte seit 1993

Regulierte Vielfalt – Medien in China

Natur, Mensch und Umweltbewusstsein

Recht und Rechtsverständnis in China und Deutschland

Disparitäten zwischen Stadt und Land, Ost und West in China und Deutschland

Menschenbilder in China und Europa: Beobachtungen aus Erziehung, Philosophie, Literatur, Recht

Religion und Ethik im interkulturellen Dialog

Leben in einer anderen Kultur: Ausländer und Minderheiten in China und Deutschland

China-Bilder – Deutschland-Bilder

Soziale Fragen in China und Deutschland


Die Orientierung des einzelnen im gesellschaftlichen Umbruch

Bildung und Erziehung in China und Deutschland – ein Vergleich

Zwischen den Kulturen: Leben im Ausland und Reintegration

„Kapitalismusfieber“ (xia hai) und seine Auswirkungen auf das geistige Leben Chinas

Die chinesische Kultur und die Zukunft Chinas

Meetings of Chinese and German Students

Meetings of Chinese and German students have been taking place for more than 30 years now. The China Center, founded in 1989, has been instrumental in organizing these meetings. Once a year, these meetings offer Chinese and German students the opportunity for personal exchanges and a chance to discuss current cultural and societal topics.

The meetings include lectures, round table discussions and small group discussions as well as accompanying events.

Lectures by experts lay the groundwork for the year’s theme and for discussions.

While the scientific input is an important part of these encounters, it is the personal meetings and exchanges among the students that often prove most valuable. These meetings are meant to develop dialogue between Chinese and German students, but they also serve as a “stock exchange” of information for China related work and research groups that serve students.

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