History of Chinese Political System. Is western democracy really the best?

Description: Agenda: 30 mins presentation
1 hour discussion.

Location: Ellis Library - 1st Floor - Room 151F

This seminar will introduce you:
1, Brief istory of the Chinese Political System. Why and how it was changing through the thousands of years.
2, We all know now communism didn't work in China. What is the real problem with the Chinese communist party leadership system?

Discuss section:
1, What I think the biggest problem with democracy system.
2, Let's try to think the best system we can imagine and discuss the pros and cons.
Confirmation status: Confirmed
Room: Ellis Library - Room 151-F
Start time: 07:00:00PM - Tuesday 22 October 2019
Duration: 2 hours
End time: 09:00:00PM - Tuesday 22 October 2019
Type: Study Group
Created by: yzgt7
Last updated: 01:13:58AM - Thursday 17 October 2019
Repeat type: None

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Room 151-F, William & Jean Stauffer Room, in the Ellis Library

Room 151-F in the Ellis Library

First Floor (Nutter Information Commons)


  • 6 seats
  • All Ellis Information Commons study rooms are wireless and have dataports/power. Some have whiteboards.
  • Group study rooms are for MU student use only and may not be used for regularly scheduled classes.
  • One (1) reservation limit per person at one time for two (2) hours for all Ellis Library study rooms.
  • Only groups of two or more may schedule a room.
  • Groups arriving more than 10 minutes late will lose their reservation.

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