The rise of China changes the dynamics of Asia. The world needs to understand China as much as China needs to recognise the rules of engagement with the world.
CNIA organises conferences, forums and lectures to foster better understanding of connectivity as a means to promote inclusive growth in Asia, and to keep you abreast of the latest developments under China’s Belt and Road Initiative.
Backed by a network of think tanks and scholars in China and across Asia, CNIA
reports, analyses and adds unique insight and context to Asia’s unstoppable
Research & Studies
Check out our latest images and videos from CNIA events and gatherings in
Malaysia, China and beyond.
The Centre for New Inclusive Asia (CNIA) was established in 2018 by Tan Sri Ong Tee Keat, former Malaysian Transport Minister and Mr Koh King Kee, Director of the Belt and Road Desk at Baker Tilly MH Advisory Malaysia. CNIA is a Kuala Lumpur based independent think tank focused on studies of the new dynamics brought about by the rise of China and other Asian powers, in particular ASEAN and South Asian countries.
Partnering with think tanks and universities in Malaysia and China, CNIA is uniquely qualified to analyse and comment on China’s rise and to promote connectivity inter and intra Asia to bolster inclusive growth, regional integration, and economic opportunity.”