The University of Michigan's Center for Chinese Studies presents an exhibition from March 1 to May 15, 2017 introducing the history of Chinese modern dance.
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 LA County Museum of Art offers a private tour and tea service led by culinary historian Maite Gomez-Rejón of Art Bites, along with Mary Lenihan, the museum's Director of Adult Programs.
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 134th Commencement at the University of Southern California begins at 8:30 a.m. at Alumni Memorial Park. Individual school ceremonies follow the main ceremony.
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 China Institute presents a lecutre by Professor Yu Zhenhua, the first in a series exploring Chinese thought, wellness, and beliefs and how they relate to our modern world.
In this talk, Prof. Charles Sanft argues that soldiers in the northwest border region during the Han dynasty constituted a literate community of commoners linked to the broader textual culture of the empire.
Stanford University's Shoreinstein Asia-Pacific Research Center presents their annual Oksenberg Lecture. The Oksenberg Lecture recognizes distinguished individuals who have helped to advance understanding between the United States and the nations of the Asia-Pacific.