China-Latin America Relations: Case Studies in Economics, Politics and Business
This workshop contributes to the development of research skills through the critical reading of various theories and arguments on the relations between China and Latin America, and the preparation of case study proposals in the fields of Economics, Politics or Business. To this end, it aims to guide students in the critical analysis of these debates and in the elaboration of their own research proposal within the general framework of these relations.
- Año 2023 / Ciclo 02
International Marketing in China and Asia-Pacific
The course gives students the opportunity to identify the key elements of international marketing management, including cultural, economic, political, technological, and demographic variables in the Asia-Pacific region, especially in the Chinese market given its characteristics and future trends. To this end, the course will promote critical thinking and creative problem-solving by incorporating an intercultural approach and an adaptive perspective to debates and discussions on market cases, articles, and other content related to marketing in China.
José Carlos Feliciano Nishikawa
- Año 2023 / Ciclo 01
Contemporary China: Society, Politics, and International Relations
This course looks at the world from the other side of the Pacific. The People’s Republic of China is one of the great actors on the world stage if the 21st century, but also one of the least known to those of us on the outside. To understand China’s international role, this course presents formative moments in its recent past, reviews its relations with the countries and regions of the world, and casts a glance at Chinese relations with Latin America in general and Peru in particular. The course draws on political, journalistic, literary, and artistic materials, including Chinese authors in translation, to better understand China from the inside.
- Año 2022 / Ciclo 02
The UP Chinese Language and Culture Club (Hanyu Club UP) is a student organization focused on promoting and sharing topics related to China with the university community. This ranges from language (Mandarin Chinese) to aspects of culture, economy, and entertainment. The club was created with the idea of being a place for UP students to share common interests related to China, as well as a conversation club.
History of International Relations between China and Latin America and the Caribbean
The course seeks to address various issues—historical, migratory, commercial, diplomatic—around bilateral relations between China and Latin America with special emphasis on the Peruvian case. The objective is for students to acquire the knowledge they need to historically interpret the current role of China on the Latin American stage. At the end of the course, students will demonstrate their analytical and critical capacity regarding the literature and will be able to recognize the main aspects of relations between China and Latin America.
Martín Monsalve Zanatti
- Año 2022 / Ciclo 01