Chen Ying

Chen Ying (1967-), female, Ph. D. Economics, Deputy Director, Associate Researcher, Graduate Student Tutor at Research Institute of Macro Economics and Industrial Economics of Sichuan Academy of Social Sciences; Main field of research: macro-economics, regional economy, industrial economy.Since 2003, has participated in the writing of ten books including Research on A Coordinated and Planned Regional Development, Analysis and Forecast in Sichuan Economic Situation, Thirty Years in the Enterprise Reform in China, History of Deng Xiaoping’s Theories (four volumes), A Concise Guidebook on the Outlook of Scientific Development ; published 18 theses on leading Chinese journals including Urban Studies, Social Sciences in Yunan, The Seeker, and Statistics and Decision , 17 of them were published on journals of CSSCI; published 10 theses in Collection of Theses; participated as a leading researcher in 2 National Philosophy and Social Sciences Funds Projects, one Most Significant Project in Ministry of Education’s

Chen Jing’an

Chen Jing’an, male, born in Ji’an City, Jiangxi Province in March,1964; the Deputy President of Sichuan Academy of Social Sciences; President of the Political Society of Sichuan Province; Level II Fellow Research, Doctor of Management.

Chen Kaiqi

Professional title: researcher

Da Jie

Professional title: researcher

Shan Xiaohong

Professional title: researcher

Ding Yi

Professional title: researcher

Du Shouhu

Professional title: researcher

Duan Yu

Professional title: researcher

Fu Shaohong

Professional title: researcher


Professional title: researcher

Guo Dan

Professional title: researcher


Professional title: researcher


Professional title: researcher


Professional title: researcher

Hu Xueju

Hu Xueju, born in February, 1965, male, native place: Dazu, Chongqing, editor& approver, doctoral tutor, graduated from Department of Philosophy of Sichuan University in July, 1984; currently in the position of deputy director of Research Institute of Mao Zedong Thought at Sichuan Academy of Social Sciences, deputy editor-in-chief of Mao Zedong Thought Study magazine,candidate of head persons in academia and technology in Sichuan Province, vice chairman of council of Society of History in Marxist Philosophy in Sichuan Province, secretary general of Sichuan Mao Zedong Thought Research Society. Main field of research: Sinicization of Marxism; author and co-author of over ten books including Introduction of Mao Zedong’s Art of Calligraphy (author), History of Mao Zedong Thought (four volume edition), Research on Mao Zedong Though on Strategy, History of Deng Xiaoping’s Theory (four volume edition, editor-in-chief for Volume I), Research on Sinicization of Marxism (three volume edition, editor-in-chief for Vo

Huang Jin

Huang Jin, male, researcher, deputy director of Research Institute of Sociology; graduated with a Master in Economics from Sichuan University in 1998; have assumed positions in enterprise investment business, judiciary work at procuratorate (passed national judicial qualification exams); conducted research at Research Institute of Sociology at Sichuan Academy of Social Sciences in 2003; spent one year in 2006 on advanced study at Research Institute of Sociology at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences as part of the “Light from the West” talent program sponsored by the Organization Department of the Central Committee of the CPC. Main field of research: economic sociology, legal sociology, currently carrying out research on social policies, migrant population, rural community and disadvantaged people.


LanDingxiang, female, born in Zhongjiang County, Sichuan Province in August, 1966, currently in the position of deputy director of Research Institute of Finance and Trade Economics at SASS, researcher; admitted into Department of National Economic Management of Sichuan University in 1983 and admitted into Graduate School of SASS in 1987 majoring in Industrial Economic Management and Economic System Reform in 1987; have been working at SASS since graduation in 1990; sent to work at Office of Political Research in Party Committee of Qu County from February, 1992 to February, 1993; sent on research and studies to Research Institute of Industrial Economy at Chinese Academy of Social Science as a visiting scholar of the first “Light of the West” from December, 2003 to December, 2004.

Lao Chengyu

Professional title: researcher

Li Houqiang

Secretary of the Sichuan Academy of Social Sciences Committee of CPC

Li Mingquan

Li Mingquan, male, born in May, 1957; admitted through entrance examination into Department of Chinese Language of Sichuan University of Arts and Science in 1977 and graduated in January, 1981; completed courses from Department of Chinese Language of Sichuan Normal University in January, 1982; released from regular work to study at Master’s Graduate Class in Art and Literature of SASA from September, 1986 to August, 1987; participated in the training of “three studies education” provided to backbones in arts and literature throughout the country by the Propaganda Department of the Central Committee of the CPC in March, 2004; participated in “the 14 th training class on philosophical and social science academic and research backbones in schools of higher learning throughout the country” sponsored by the Propaganda Department, the Organization Department, Party School of the Central Committee and Ministry of Education in March-April, 2007.

The Sichuan Academy of Social Sciences and the Indian Institute of Social and Economic Development successfully held the 7th China-India Academic Forum in Bangalore

Sichuan University Chinese Culture Research Institute Was Established

China Focus: Shanghai gears up for country's first import expo

The Theoretical Symposium on “the Socialism with Chinese Characteristics for a New Era and the Reform and Opening up held in Chongqing

Xi stresses revitalization of northeast China

The 3rd China Western Urban Sustainable Development Forum Held in Chengdu

Full Text: The Facts and China's Position on China-U.S. Trade Friction

The National Cybersecurity Technology Summit Forum held in Chengdu

Xi reaffirms China's commitment to peaceful development path

Senior CPC official stresses safeguarding national cybersecurity

Journal of Southwest University for Nationalities

(Humanities and Social Sciences Edition)

Journal of Southwest University for Nationalities (Humanities and Social Sciences Edition) was founded in July 1979, with its original name of Journal of Southwest College for Nationalities (Philosophy and Social Sciences Edition), and it turned to use the current name in 2003. In 2000, from a bi-monthly magazine, the Journal became the monthly one, with its publication on the 10th day of each month.

Tian Fu New Idea

As one comprehensive social science magazine, Tian Fu New Idea is administrated and organized by Sichuan Provincial Federation of Social Sciences. Since its founding in 1985, with new ideas, new methods, new materials as the theme, the Journal insists the concept of “choice quality for each issue, with each article readable” and, by its informative contents, innovative views, strong readability and large quantity of data, it has influence in the publication industry. The Journal is one of first-class periodicals in Sichuan Province, also one of core journals in Chinese humanities and social sciences. The Journal used to win a China Outstanding Journal Award, and was full-text collected by China Journal Net Database.

Journal of Sichuan Normal University

(Social Science Edition)

Sponsored by Sichuan Normal University, the Journal (Social Science Edition) is a comprehensive theory periodical on social sciences for academic circles both at home and abroad. Since its founding in 1974 , the Journal has seriously performed the policy of “Freedom of all arts” and “For people, For socialism”, adhering to the correct direction of humanities and social sciences as well as the study style with preciseness and objectivity, so as to promote socialistic science and culture. The Journal is mainly engaged in the publication of academic and theoretic papers on such disciplines as philosophy, political science, law, economics, linguistics, literature, history, education and so forth. In addition, with the creation of a series of unique academic columns, the Journal has published serial level articles on major issues related to socio-economic and cultural development as well as hot topics concerned by academic and theoretical circles. Published in such columns as Aesthetics of Ancient Chinese Literatu

Journal of Sichuan University

As a comprehensive academic journal incepted in 1955 , Journal of Sichuan University (Philosophy and Social Science Edition) is under the administration by the People's Republic of China Ministry of Education, and organized by Sichuan University. As a bimonthly periodical at present, as of the end of 2013, the Journal has been totally published by 189 issues. For nearly 60 years, the Journal has always insisted on the publication approach that integrates both academic quality and social care. With the expectation of rigorous and simple magazine style as well as the mission to promote international academic exchanges, the Journal enjoys high reputation in the academic circles: one of the CSSCI source journals, the National Chinese core journals and China’s Humanities and Social Sciences core journals, one double-effect journal of China Periodicals Phalanx, the national Social Science Fund journal, and on selected periodical under the quality journal engineering by the Ministry of Education.

Finance & Economics

(Journal of Southwestern University of Finance and Economics)

Founded in 1957 , as one of the then few economic theory publications, Finance & Economics is sponsored, edited and published by Southwestern University of Finance and Economics under the Ministry of Education, with its issuance to domestic and overseas readers. For more than half a century, owing to the care and love by both veteran economists and the new generation of young scholars, the Journal has been included in the national economic core journals, and named consecutively for four times as Top 100 National Social Science Journals as well as rated continuously as one of source journals for Chinese Social Science Citation Index (CSSCI) by Nanjing University. Many high-level papers published in the Journal are reprinted in various forms by Xinhua Digest, China Social Science Digest, Replicated Journals of Renmin University of China and Liberal Arts Colleges Academic Abstracts, as well as with a high reprint rate for long term. The Journal not only enjoys a high reputation in China’s academic circles, with

Social Science Research

As a comprehensive academic and theoretical periodical in Humanities and Social Sciences, Social Science Research was founded in March 1979, under the guidance and organization by Sichuan Provincial Academy of Social Sciences, with its issuance both at home and abroad. The Journal is one periodical with support by the national fund of social science, also belonging to Top 100 National Social Science Journals, source periodicals of Chinese Social Science Citation Index (CSSCI) , National Chinese Core Journals as well as Chinese Core Periodicals in Humanities and Social Sciences .The Journal mainly publishes research papers across such areas as economics, political science, law, sociology, philosophy, history, literature, and other emerging cross-disciplinary disciplines.

Rural Economy

As a monthly magazine founded in 1983, Rural Economy is under the administration by Sichuan Provincial Academy of Social Sciences, and its organizer Sichuan Agricultural Economics Association. Issued both at home and abroad, the magazine is one of National Chinese Core Journals, Chinese Social Science Citation Index (CSSCI) source journals, RCCSE Chinese core academic journals as well as an important source journal for Replicated Journals of Renmin University.

Mao Zedong Thought Study

National Chinese Core Journals

Chinese Culture Forum

Sponsored and organized by Sichuan Academy of Social Sciences, Chinese Culture Forum is a comprehensive academic journal. With its inception in 1994, the magazine is one of National Chinese Core Journals, core journal of Chinese Humanities and Social Sciences, and a first-class monthly journal in Sichuan Province as well. The journal was the extended edition of CSSCI in 2009, the first “Excellent Academic Journal of Social Sciences in Sichuan” award by Social Science Association of Sichuan Province and Association of Sichuan Province Social Science Academic journals in 2013, and China’s Export Publication elected by Administration State of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television of the People’s Republic of China in 2014. Since 2013, Chinese Culture Forum has been published monthly instead of bimonthly, approved by Sichuan Press and Publication Bureau.

Reform of Economic System

In 1978, The Third Plenary Session of the 11th Central Committee of the CPC was a prelude to China’s reform of economic system started. As the birthplace of China’s reform, Sichuan Province provided successful experience and mode for China Urban-rural Reform, such as fix farm output quotas for each household, expanding enterprises autonomy, cities comprehensive reform. At that time, media were called for raising its voice and clearing the way for the progress of reform, due to abundant reform practice in urgent need of corresponding theoretical support.

On Integration and Diffusion of Sichuan Internet Cultural Resources --Based on the Theory of Big Data

Recently Discovered Carvings "Ks.itigarbha with Ten Kings of the Hell" at Yunfeng Temple in Anyue and Related Issues

The Thought and Practice of Shu Han Liu’s Group in Governing Shu Area from the Perspective of The History of the Three Kingdoms the Book of Shu

Abstract: This paper untangles and utilizes the historical materials of The History of the Three Kingdoms: The Book of Shu to describe one core and three main aspects of the Shu Han Liu’s Group in Govering Shu area in the Three Kingdoms period. The core is reviving the Han dynasty and returning to the old capital. The first aspect includes six basic points, namely possessing the Zhou of Jing and Yi, uniting Sun Wu eastwardly, combating Cao Wei northwardly, making friends with Rong westward, appeasing Yi and Yue southwardly and improving the work of governing the country. The second aspect includes seven successful practices of governing Shu area, namely making the Shu people get together with one target, governing the Shu by law, changing the Shu with incorrupt government, strengthening the Shu with stabilization, enriching the Shu by developing its economy, prospering the Shu with talents and making the Shu stable with good-neighbourliness. The third aspect is the gains and loss of governing Shu area that is

Analysis on the Achievements and Causes of Shu merchants in the Western Han Dynasty

Abstract:Shu merchants in the Western Han Dynasty, through their active business activities, sold the Shu commodity not only throughout the country, but also Southeast Asia, South Asia and Central Asia, making remarkable achievements, and great attention has always been paid by historians. Shu merchants’ achievements are mainly reflected in the following aspects: as a model of business prosperity, Shu merchants in the Western Han Dynasty made great business achievements; Shu merchants’ business scope includes industrial and commercial activities, and the metallurgical industry as a leader, promoted the conomic development in the southwestern region and the formation of the Southwest regional business circle, and played an important role in the development of the southwestern region; Shu merchants created a miracle on foreign trade and cultural exchange, etc. The interaction of the geographical environment and resources of the Shu area, the development of the Bashu area during the Qin and Han Dynasties, the ma

The Shu Roads in the Three Kingdoms and the Five Dynasties from Perspective of Military Geograpy

Abstract: Both in the Three Kingdoms and the Five Dynasties,the northern regime and the southern regime drastically fought for the Shu Roads. In the Three Kingdoms period,the Wei State and the Shu State both declared their legitimism and fought for the Shu Roads,during which the story that Zhuge Liang fought in Qishan six times was popular among people.In the Five Dynasties,all the pre-Shu regime,the post-Shu regime and Li Maozhen regime attempted to occupy Hanzhong. Comparisons of the Shu Roads in these two periods tell us that in the Three Kingdoms period,the Shu Roads were employed evenly,in the Five Dynasties the Gudao and the Jinniu Road were used more often,which reflected the integration of social background and specially natural geography. Key words: the Three Kingdoms; the Five Dynasties; the Shu Roads; military geography The Chinese version appeared in Journal of Hubei University of Arts and Science, 2017(01).

A Rustic Opinion of Research & Protection of Shu Road Heritage

Abstract: Since the layout of "Shu Road Protection and Appreciation Guangyuan Consensus" in 2011, under the active support and promotion of the CPPCC and the State Administration of Cultural Heritage, Shu Road cultural road protection and inscription work under the framework of the "Cultural Line Charter", especially China's Silk Road and the Grand Canal two cultural lines is through this charity highlights the cultural line of the "universal value", was successfully included in the World Heritage list, and also has a "cultural line universal value" of the Shu Road also has the potential of the inscription, causing widespread concern in the community, Shu Road along the provinces to Shu Road protection, research, display and use rose to the government objectives to the deployment and implementation of the government at all levels of the heritage management unit Putting forward new research, protection and management issues. This paper discusses the research and protection process of Shu Road, discusses from t

On the Origin of Li Bai's The difficult Shu Dao based on the Study of "shu" and "shu dao"

Abstract: The origin and inheritance of Li Bai’s “The difficult Shu Road” is one of the important subjects of Li Bai’s cultural studies. On the basis of its geography and the concerned traffic development, the poem “The difficult Shu Dao” is originated from the traditional concept of regional identity “shu", and certainly footnotes the history of transportation development. Keywords: Li Bai, The difficult Shu Dao, Shu, Shu Dao The Chinese version appeared in Journal of Mianyang Teachers’ College, 2017(10).

History Resurrection and Dialogue with the Past and Present in the Land of Bashu

About Liangping’s“The Deep Breath”

Abstract: Natural environment and climate may affect its inhabitants,the writer’s writing is always marked by his regional culture,and the perspective of literary geography is a key to understand Liang Ping’s thought and writing. From the book of poetry published in 2005,“Ba and Shu: The Two Duet”,Liang Ping’s poetry has a regional cultural color which will be concentrated on the show. Chongqing and Sichuan,Ba and Shu,these two places’culture of blood was put into (the poet) Liangping’s poems with their own features,becoming a dual home of his poetic habitation,which is reflected clearly in “The Deep Breath”. When he wrote about Bashu,he presented in densely poetic text with historical landscape,historical events and historical figures,it is not just mechanical duplicate or simple repetition,but (more sensitive thinking individual) a spiritual communication and dialogue between icy poet and multi-faceted historical( existence a spiritual communication and conversation history) of the past and the present made

Relationships between Social Classes and Honorific Arches and Their Influences on Art

A Case Study of Bashu Region

Abstract: As a kind of memorial buildings, the honorific arch is the materialized form of feudal ethics and rites. It was closely related with people either in its construction of in its final presentation. The feudal ruling class was the determiners of building such honorific arches as well as the sponsors together with arch owners, their families, squires and guilds. The ruling class and the folk people chose the themes of such arches and then they formed the artistic verbal repertoire from which the folk artisans selected deeds. And finally the form with the art preaching and both refined and popular tastes came into being. Key words: Bashu; honorific arches; art; social classes; acceptance; education. The Chinese version appeared in Journal of Neijiang Normal University, 2017(01).

From Tibetan-Yi Corridor and Ancient Tea-Horse Road to Study of Roads

Spatial Evolution of Academic Discourse in Kang Area in Recent Years

Abstract: Inspired by “spatial transfer of social critique”, the article analyzes the changes of academic discourse in Kang area in recent years, and probes into its spatial significance. The article holds that the traditional narration of “bordering area”, with politics or governing as the main string of analysis, focus on the interpretation of horizontal Chinese-Tibetan see-saw space. The proposal of Tibetan-Yi corridor and ancient tea-horse road, and the advocating of “study of road” in recent years, show that the academic discourse in recent years has the theoretical orientation to redefine the spatial connotation of Kang area. With the proposal of Tibetan-Yi corridor, the original “marginal” Tibetan-Chinese space is redefined as “central” space of multiple nationalities migration and interaction, the original interaction subject of power relationship has been replaced. The reappearing of “ancient tea-horse road” has introduced the folk communication and shaken the original interpretation framework with T

A Study on the Decline of Economic Belt Along Shu Road in the Southern Song Dynasty

Effectiveness Evaluation of Debris Flow Control and Mitigation Strategies for Cascade Hydropower Stations in Upper Yangtze River,China—A Case Study in Baihetan Hydropower Station of Jinsha River

Influence and Countermeasures of Externality in the Compensation of Land Resources Exploitation in Rural Areas in Sichuan Province

Study on Total-factor Ecological Performance in the Yangtze River Economic Belt ——Based on Non-radial Directional Distance Function

The Construction of Cultural Models in Jinsha River

Abstract: Sima Qian concluded that there is an analogy between human events and things, as it is in “one who initiates in the Southeast often achieves success in the Northwest”. What is the ancient culture of Jinsha River? The essence of ancient culture lies in language. Language is transit and can’t be persevered, however, the endowed memories of human enable the record of original models, collective unconsciousness if formed in the long process of ethnic inheritance and the main contents of collective unconsciousness is the original model. The original Chinese cultural model in pre-Qing Dynasty experienced three exchanges with the original cultural model in Jinsha River through war and political marriages. The migration of eastern and western minorities contributes to the acceptance of Chinese culture in the minority groups and mergers with them; finally became part of Bashu Culture which accounts for 10% of the total Chinese population. Yanhuo Empire and Huantou Empire which located in the south and west o

A Comparative Study of Economic Industries in the Three Major Urban Agglomerations of the Yangtze River Economic Belt

Abstract: From the economic composition of the Yangtze River economic belt, the three major urban agglomerations are important platforms for the Yangtze River economic belt and an important growth pole supporting the development of the Yangtze River Economic belt. From the industrial developmental layout of three big urban agglomerations, there exist obvious differences in the industrial layout of Yangtze River economic belt. First, the manufacturing industry is in an “eastern agglomeration and western dispersion” pattern. Second, there is no significant difference in manufacturing agglomeration, and most cities have advantages industry. Third, there is a big difference in producer service industry development of each central city. At the same time, there are serious imbalances between the urban agglomeration and the interior urban agglomeration. Most of the central cities have comparative advantages industries. The service industries are concentrated in large cities such as Shanghai, Nanjing and Hangzhou. Th

Spatio-Temporal Characteristics and Dynamic Evolution of Land Economic Density in the Chengdu-Chongqing Economic Zone

Abstract: Based on the panel data of land economic density of 44 cities in the Chengdu-Chongqing Economic Zone from 2005 to 2014, this paper uses the methods of relative develo0pment rate, Theil entropy index, variance coefficient and spatial auto-correlation to investigate the general characteristics of the distributional and evolution of urban land economic density of this economic zone. The results show that the urban land economic density of the Chengdu-Chongqing Economic Zone is on the rise; main clustering areas have been formed in the regional spatial pattern; and regional disparity is prominent. The overall difference of urban land economic density is decreasing in a fluctuating manner. The polarization phenomenon of regional development speed is prominent; and the relative development rate of urban land economic density differentiates as the economy develops. The global spatial clustering of urban land economic density in the Chengdu-Chongqing Economic Zone is not significant; however, Chengdu urban

Polotical Currents in Sichuan and Chiang Kai-shek's Respons

Abstract: During the War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression, the Nationalist government urgently needed to take control of Sichuan in its westward move to Chongqing. However, local forces whose vested interests were affected repeatedly put up armed resistance to the central government, disrupting the political situation. With the death of the Chairman of Sichuan Province, Liu Xiang, in January 1938, Chiang appointed Zhang Qun to the position, but was forced to reassign it to Liu Xiang’s subordinate, Wang Zuanxu, in place of Zhang, due to strong protests from Liu’s followers. In August of the following year, more political changes occurred as the Sichuan military expelled Wang. In this situation, Chiang had to assume control himself of the province, but he quit a year later due to interference and even threats of mutiny from the Sichuan military. He insisted, however, on having Zhang Qun resume the post. The constant political turbulence in Sichuan to a large extent destroyed the stability of the rear a

Study on the Beautiful Countryside Construction in the Process of Panzhihua's New Urbanization

Abstract: Based on the promotion of the urbanization process, and strengthening the harmonious development of the excellent traditional culture and the beautiful countryside construction and focusing on the overall deployment of the beautiful China and the beautiful Sichuan construction, this paper puts emphasis on building the regional advantages of Panzhihua and enhancing the rural development in Panzhihua Economic and social development, to achieve the goal of poverty alleviation, to promote the leapfrog development of Panzhihua, promote Panzhihua in the province to take the lead in achieving the goal of a well-to-do society at a theoretical and practical level, and puts forward the path and countermeasures. Key words: social management; new urbanization; beautiful countryside construction; Integration and development The Chinese version appeared in Value Engineering, 2018(03).

The Basic Characteristics and Cultivation of Sichuan's Foreign Trade Competitiveness

Abstract: The development of Sichuan’s foreign trade has slowed down in recent years. The key to solve this problem is to enhance its competitiveness. With six measurement indicators of three dimensions, the competitiveness of Sichuan’s foreign trade in 2011-2015 is analyzed quantitatively from three aspects of the goods trade, the service trade and the foreign trade of Sichuan. The empirical results show that, in this period, the scale of Sichuan’s foreign trade whose comparative advantage isn’t obvious is so small that it has little effect on Sichuan’s economic growth and the weak competitiveness needs to be overcome and improved immediately. Therefore, the main ways to cultivate its competitiveness include integrating the Belt and Road initiative, building Sichuan Free Trade Zone, developing its service industry and optimizing structure of its service trade. Key words: Sichuan, Foreign Trade; Competitiveness; Comparative Advantage. The Chinese version appeared in Journal of Chengdu Normal University, 2017(

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The complex dynamics of changing times

China-ASEAN share the same vision

The expanding high-speed rail economy of Chin

Five years after Xi's Kazakhstan speech

China has a long way to go to raise its fertility rate

US' unilateral trade policies could slow global growth: China Daily editorial

New group in UK making inroads for BRI and CPEC

US' unilateral trade policies could slow global growth: China Daily editorial

Denmark charts an alternative way for integration and secularism

China Focus: Shanghai gears up for country's first import expo

The Theoretical Symposium on “the Socialism with Chinese Characteristics for a New Era and the Reform and Opening up held in Chongqing

Xi stresses revitalization of northeast China

Full Text: The Facts and China's Position on China-U.S. Trade Friction

The National Cybersecurity Technology Summit Forum held in Chengdu

Xi reaffirms China's commitment to peaceful development path

Senior CPC official stresses safeguarding national cybersecurity

The Symposium on "40-Year the Development of Chinese Politics" was held in CWNU, Sichuan

China, Russia agree to advance sub-national cooperation

Xi stresses social norms of respecting teachers, valuing education

The Sichuan Academy of Social Sciences and the Indian Institute of Social and Economic Development successfully held the 7th China-India Academic Forum in Bangalore

Sichuan University Chinese Culture Research Institute Was Established

The 3rd China Western Urban Sustainable Development Forum Held in Chengdu

The First Forum on Chinese Religious History Held in Chengdu

By 2020, Sichuan Province Will Conclude the Supplementary Investigation and General Survey of Agroforestry Germplasm Resources

The First National Postgraduates Forum held at the Du Fu Thatched Cottage Museum in Chengdu

The Academic Summit on Rural Revitalization in the Transformation and Development Zone held in Mianzhu, Sichuan

The First International Forum on the Study of World Cultural Heritage Dujiangyan and Li Bing held in Chengdu

2018 Xiang Studies, Shu Studies, Hui Studies High-Level Forum Held in Yuelu Academy

Seminar on Capital and Socialist Political Economy with Chinese Characteristics Held in Sichuan University

Southwestern University of Finance and Economics (SWUFE)

Southwestern University of Finance and Economics or SWUFE is a prominent national university located in Chengdu, Sichuan province, China. It is one of the top 3 specialist finance and economic universities under direct administration of the Ministry of Education and has been selected as a Project 211 and 985 Innovative Platforms for Key Disciplines Project university by the Chinese government as part of the national endeavor to build world-class universities in the 21st century.In 2015 SWUFE became the first business school in Western China to be accredited by the European Quality Improvement System.

Sichuan University (SCU)

Sichuan University is one of China’s key universities under the direct supervision of Ministry of Education. Located in West China, it is identified as a key high-level comprehensive research university under Project 985 and Project 211. The CPC Committee Secretary of the University is Professor Yang Quanming, and the President is Professor Xie Heping.

University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (UESTC)

Renowned as China's cradle for the national electronic industry, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (formerly Chengdu Institute of Radio Engineering) is situated at Chengdu, the city of over a thousand-year-old cultural history in "the land of abundance". In 1956, instructed by Premier Zhou Enlai, UESTC was founded on the basis of the incorporation of electronic divisions of the then three universities including Jiaotong Universities, Nanjing Institute of Technology and South China Institute of Technology. As one of the seven earliest key universities in national defense, UESTC became one of the nation's key universities in 1960. Then, in 1997 it was included as one of the first universities into "Project 211", a project in China for developing 100 first-class universities and a number of key fields of research for the 21st century. In 2001, UESTC was admitted into the nation's Project 985, receiving special support for developing world-class universities and world-famous research-orient

Southwest Jiaotong University (SWJTU)

Southwest Jiaotong University (SWJTU) was founded in 1896 and is one of China’s oldest higher education institutions. Known as the cradle of China’s railway engineers and “the Cornell of the East”, SWJTU is the birthplace of China’s modern education in transportation, mining & metallurgy and civil engineering. Through its history, the university has adopted different names such as “Imperial Chinese Railway College at Shanhaiguan by Beiyang Railway Bureau”, “Tangshan Jiaotong University” and “Tangshan Institute of Railway”.

Sichuan Normal University (SNU)

Sichuan Normal University is the oldest normal university (teacher's college) located in Chengdu, Sichuan, China. It is the largest provincial key university with the most complete courses offered among the provincial universities and colleges in Sichuan province. It has about 35,000 students with 32,000 full-time undergraduates and 3,000 graduate students. There are about 3,000 faculty and staff, of whom 770 are professors and associate professors, and 150 have Doctorates. 17 academicians of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the Chinese Academy of Engineering have accepted SNU positions as chief, part-time or emeritus professors.

Southwest University for Nationalities (SWUN)

Southwest University for Nationalities (SWUN), founded in 1950, is one of the top Chinese minority universities in the country with 56 nationalities. This reflects a broad cultural diversity including rich minority customs, the literature, etiquette, folk arts, music, dance, food, medicine etc. SWUN has 23 colleges and over 29,000 full-time students. The three main campuses cover nearly 500 acres and are all located in Chengdu. Chengdu is the capital city of Sichuan Province and a center of culture, science, and technology. The University library collection includes over 3,400,000 volumes providing a great resource to explore. SWUN has 2,000 staff members, including 680 professors and associate professors. SWUN offers 83 undergraduate majors, 110 postgraduate degrees, 7 Ph. D programs, and one Post-doctoral program. Currently, SWUN offers 15 double majors and has 11 key research and instruction labs. We offer many short courses and certificate programs as well as diplomas, undergraduate, postgraduate an

China West Normal University (CWNU)

China West Normal University (CWNU), a Sichuan provincial key university high ranking tertiary institution, has been striving, over the past 6 decades, to “ be a cornerstone in education in Sichuan Province, serving China’s Western regions as well as the rest of the country”. The education philosophy embodies teachers’ devotion to professional ethics and to the student as a whole person in intellectual, professional, moral, cultural, social and physical spheres. CWNU has now evolved into a comprehensive normal university featuring teachers’ education and development.

The Sichuan Federation of Social Sciences Circle (the SFSSC)

Leaded by the Party Committee Sichuan Province and the People’s Government of Sichuan Province, the Sichuan Federation of Social Sciences Circle (the SFSSC) is the bridge and link between the Party, the Government and the personnel in the social science circle.

Economic Research Institute

Main research orientations: macroeconomic study, theoretical study of socialist market economy, study of population development, study of labor economics, study of income distribution & social security, study of New urbanization and urban economy, study of resources & environmental economy, study of real estate economy, study of analysis and prediction of Sichuan’s Economic Situation.

Rural Development Research Institute

Main research orientations: overall planning of urban and rural development, rural development theory & policy, rural industrial development & regional planning, rural community development, rural resources and environment.

Regional Economy Research Institute

Main research orientations: theory & practice of regional economy, strategy & planning of regional development, sustainable development, opening-up & regional cooperation, urban economic development, regional industrial development, study of energy& traffic.

Research Institute of Industrial Economy

Main research orientations: industrial economy, study of organization and operation of modern enterprises, study of modern service industry, study of industry investment & capital operation.

Research Institute of Finance & Trade Economics

Institute of Finance and Trade in Economics ( Center for Sustainability and Opening-up ) was founded in 2007, based on the Center for Finance, Trade and Materials in Economics which was founded in 1979.

Research Institute of Mao Zedong Thought

Main research orientations: Basic theoretical study of Marxism and Leninism , study of chinization of Marxism, study of Mao Zedong Thought, study of socialism system with Chinese characteristics, study of socialism road with Chinese characteristics.

Politics Research Institute

Main research orientations: basic theoretical study of politics, study of socialist democratic politics, study of party politics and grassroots governance, comparative study of Chinese & foreign political institutions, study of political system reform, study of the building of CPC.

Research Institute of Sociology

Main research orientations: study of sociological theories &methods, study of social development &policies, community study, rural sociological study, juvenile delinquency & education study, study of marriage, family & social gender, study of social stability & risks, study of demographic sociology, study of intellectual history of southwest sociology, study of social stratification &mobility.

Research Institute of Law

Main research orientations: study of civil and commercial law, study of economic law, study of administrative law, study of procedural law, theoretical and practical study of law legislation &enforcement.

Research Institute of Management Science

Main orientations: human resource management study, public management study, business management study, study of science &education management.

Research Institute of Journalism & Communication

Main research orientations: study of China’s Development journalism, study of public opinion guidance, new media study, media operation study.

Research Institute of Literature

Main research orientations: literary aesthetics, contemporary literary &artistic trends, modern &contemporary Sichuan literature, literary criticism, Chinese classical literature & literary theories, art and literature about War of Resistance, art of Bashu, folk culture, cultural industry.

A Draft of the History of Chinese Literature

The Characteristics of the Chinese Cultural Spirit

The Ethos of Chinese Culture


Chinese Tea

Ancient China’s Technology and Science

From Oracle Bones to E-Publications-Three Millennia of Publishing in China

Coming to the Summer Palace

Title: Coming to the Summer Palace

China's Laws

Title: China ’ s Laws

Comparison Between Chinese and Western Architecture

Title: Comparison between Chinese and Western Architecture