Global China Review
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Global China Review is a semiannual publication produced by the members of Global China Connection, reflecting our goal to foster connections, dialogue, and understanding between China and the rest of the world. Global China Review focuses on a wide array of issues such as business, international relations, environment policy and sustainable development, scientific research, education, and culture. While the topics may vary, all articles are written for, and by, university students who share a global perspective and believe that China’s global role will continue to expand. We are looking for content that both stimulates interest and provides relevant and practical information.
Why write for Global China Review?
We are looking for at least one article in the following categories: business, international relations, environmental policy and sustainable development, scientific research, education, and culture. GCC would like your feedback on issues pertaining to China and the rest of the world.
Have you written for your campus newspaper or academic journals? Do you regularly update a blog? Want to start a video or audio podcast? Submit your articles, essays, or blog entries to showcase your writing.
Do you want to be more involved in GCC? Have your work published in Global China Review to increase your writing experience, enhance your resume, and network with others with similar interests.
Guidelines and standards
GCC is not only looking for content on China, but specifically, information that is relevant to university students and young professionals.
GCC is looking for analysis, not punditry – all content should contain at least one fact, preferably more, for every opinion.
It goes without saying that you must use proper grammar and correct spelling. Rough drafts will not be accepted.
Language, grammar, and style
Both Chinese and English content are welcome. For English content, follow American spelling and usage.
Articles must be between 1000-1250 words in English or 1500-2000 characters in Chinese.
Provide 1-sentence with your full name, GCC chapter affiliation, and major as well as a3- to 4-sentence summary or description of your article. Use English for English articles and Chinese for Chinese articles.
For direct quotations, use double quote marks. For English names of publications and multimedia, use italics.
For English content, include the Chinese characters for the name of people, publications, multimedia, companies, and organizations after the English or Pinyin name.
Headlines, images, and links
Include a headline that is descriptive and quickly conveys the topic of the article. Headlines should be between 25 to 75 characters long, counting spaces.
All posts should have an image and caption. Captions must convey different information from the headline, and may be humorous where appropriate.
There should be no links within the body of the article (links should instead be in the bibliography at the end of the article). Hyperlinks may be used where fitting and effective.
A word on attributions
GCC is a student-run organization, and as such, follows academic standards regarding citations. Content submitted for Global China Review should be similarly meticulous in giving credit to all direct quotations, paraphrased statements, and borrowed ideas. Citations must be in the Chicago Manual of Style: http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/tools_citationguide.html. It is necessary to clearly indicate which ideas and what language are yours, and which ones are drawn from others.
Deadline and joining our team
The deadline for submissions is January 31, 2011. Global China Review is also in need of English and Chinese copy editors (to review grammar and spelling) and layout managers. Please email Karina Legradi at firstname.lastname@example.org you can serve in those ways.
Please e-mail your article, essay, or blog entry to email@example.com the subject heading “Global China Review Submission”. We will review and respond to your submission by January 31, 2011 and hope to feature it in the next outgoing issues of Global China Review.
GCC appreciates the time, effort, and thought that is committed into producing and polishing a written piece for Global China Review. We are grateful for both your dedication to the organization and enthusiasm for our mission. For additional information on how to become involved with GCC or regarding GCC’s upcoming events, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Global China Review Submission Checklist
1.Did you include a headline that is descriptive and quickly conveys the topic of the article? Headlines should be between 25 to 75 characters long, counting spaces.
2.Did you include a 1-sentence with your full name, GCC chapter affiliation, and major at the beginning?
3. Did you include a 3- to 4-sentence summary or description of your article after the 1-sentence about yourself?
4.Do you have an image and caption? Captions must convey different information from the headline.
5.Is your article between 1000-1250 words in English or 1500-2000 characters in Chinese?
6.Are all citations in the Chicago Manual of Style format with a bibliography at the end? http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/tools_citationguide.html
Global China Review is also in need of:
1.English and Chinese copy editors - to review the grammar and spelling of the submissions
2.Layout managers – to organize the submissions onto a PDF
3.Designers for the cover
Please email Karina Legradi at email@example.com if you can serve in these ways.
Submit your article by January 31, 2011 (no late submissions are accepted) to firstname.lastname@example.org the subject heading “Global China Review Submission”
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