A recent spate of attacks on school children captured headlines in a country where such acts of random and mass violence were relatively unknown. Today we'll be asking what could be the possible motives, could they have been avoided, and what can be done to prevent future attacks.
On our panel:
Victor Gao, Director of China National Association of International Studies
Joshua Miller, Ph.D. Professor, Chair of Policy Sequence, Smith College School for Social Work
Prof. Huang Jing, Visiting Professor at Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore
Listen to this lively and robust debate here: Keeping China's schools safe