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|About||HKS China Society is a student association registered at Harvard University. Previously known as China Caucus, the Society primarily consists of students and fellows at Harvard University who care about China’s public policy issues|
The mission of the association is threefold:
First, to provide a platform fo students and fellows at Harvard University to exchange intellectual ideas regarding China and to establish lifelong friendship; Secondly, it is dedicated to voice China’s voices in Harvard Campus, building mutual trust and promoting international community's understanding and interest in China; Thirdly, it is keen to provide a bridge between Harvard University and Chinese youth, in an attempt to inspire more young people’s enthusiasm and commitment to public service.
|Founded||HKS China Caucus founded in early 2000s, renamed to HKS China Society in 2010|
|Products||Every year, HKS China Society practices its mission by hosting events like “Harvard China Salon”, “Harvard China Night” and “Harvard China Trip”, co-publishing “Harvard China Review” and sponsoring Harvard-wide Chinese student and scholars community building platforms.|