China Institute and the China Beauty Charity Fund have partnered to present “China Fashion Gala 2017”. The event will be held on May 7th at Tribeca Three Sixty in New York City and feature cocktails, a full length haute couture fashion show by Chinese fashion designer Lan Yu, and a twilight dinner.
The University of Michigan International Institute presents a symposium merging cutting-edge Michigan scholarship on China's modern history, politics, and culture with the lived experiences and memories of the Shanghai American School (SAS)'s surviving post-WWII alumni.
‘Sold People’ brings into focus the complicit dynamic of human trafficking, including the social and legal networks that sustained it. Johanna Ransmeier reveals the extent to which the structure of the Chinese family not only influenced but encouraged the buying and selling of men, women, and children.
On the occasion of the publication of a new translation of the Zuozhuan (Zuo Tradition) in the Classics of Chinese Thought series of the University of Washington Press, UCLA is hosting a gathering of scholars to consider the work in relation to other texts thought to have been composed or compiled during the Warring States period.
The University of Chicago will host a panel dedicated to fostering conversations about opportunities and challenges affecting the future development of the relationship between China and Latin America.
The Wing Luke Museum of the Asian American Experience will host a screening of the film Who Killed Vincent Chin? Filmmaker Renee Tajima-Pena will be present. A panel discussion will follow.
The event aims to engage experts from the academic, research and military fields in a discussion of the top priorities regarding veterans policy that challenge the Pacific Rim.