Published: April 27, 2020

Just before the COVID-19 pandemic shut conferences down around the world, the China Made Project held it's second workshop in Hong Kong in early January. 

This workshop brought together scholars from different fields of the social sciences and humanities to discuss infrastructure development in China. Drawing on the recent infrastructural turn in the social sciences and bearing on an ethnographic approach to infrastructure, the workshop put the spotlight on China’s domestic infrastructure.

To read more about this workshop, visit the China Made page.