After 30 years of cooperation, ASEAN-China relations have deepened further through the newly announced Comprehensive Strategic Partnership (CSP). However, ongoing geopolitical tensions (e.g. the Russia-Ukraine war) have posed a challenge to the partnership. These issues raise some questions for China and Southeast Asia – how does geopolitical uncertainty influence ASEAN-China relations? What does the CSP mean for Southeast Asia? And most importantly, what do Southeast Asians think on this matter? Those three questions are what FPCI aims to uncover.

Given the circumstances, FPCI is proud to hold the third ASEAN-China Survey with the theme of “Managing Cooperation Amidst Geopolitical Tension.” Previously, FPCI successfully conducted ASEAN-China Surveys in 2020 and 2021 where 1,000 responses were gathered each year. The results of the study have been used as a reference by policymakers, academics, and people in the relevant fields.

What makes the 2022 edition unique is that for the first time, FPCI aims to gather 2,000 respondents from 10 Southeast Asian countries in 5 different categories: government officials, academia, business community, civil society, and students. Issues covered in the survey are diversified and updated in accordance with the current trends in multiple areas including security, economy, public health, diplomacy, politics, and many other realms.  


Estimated time to complete: 10 minutes.

Respondents will be asked for their nationality, affiliation, and age group. Respondents will not be asked for their names and contact information. 

Any respondents’ data will be kept anonymous and confidential.

The result of this survey will be reported in a written document format. The survey report will be made available on our website after the official launching event.

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