The University's rich history of scholarly collaboration in China dates to the early 1900s. Over the past decade, the University of Chicago has further strengthen its deep intellectual engagement in the region through its Center in Beijing (est. 2010) and the Yuen Campus in Hong Kong (est. 2018). The University's engagement with China is dependent on relationships with key local institutions. UChicago faculty partner with experts to examine contemporary social and scientific issues in modern China through collaborations such as BFI-China, the Report of the State of Children in China, and the Tripartite Collaboration for Advancing Social Work in China, and offer programs such the Executive MBA program and Study Abroad program in Hong Kong.