The University of Michigan International Institute presents a lecture by Nancy Steinhardt, Professor of East Asian Art, Curator of Chinese Art, University of Pennsylvania.
The Richard Nixon Foundation presents a panel answering the question of whether Americans can expect the basic elements of the Shanghai Communique – and President Nixon’s larger Chinese legacy – to live on in the Age of Trump.
The China institute presents a conversation between Artist, Curator, and Managing Editor of Yishu: Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art, Zheng Shengtian, and Jane DeBevoise, Chair of the Board of Directors, Asia Art Archive, on Zheng's experience as an artist and young teacher in the Oil Painting Department at Zhejiang Academy of Art in Hangzhou (now China Academy of Art) during the Cultural Revolution (1966-1976).
In conjunction with the USC Pacific Asia Museum’s exhibition China Trace: The Export of Chinese Ceramics in the Global Market, on view in Doheny Memorial Library from March 2 to August 6, USC professor and internationally renowned ceramicist Karen Koblitz will talk with experts in Asian business and economics about the role of ceramics in Asia.
The East Asia Center at the University of Washington will present a talk with Hsi-Wen Chang, a PhD student of the Department of Anthropology.
The China Institute presents a lecture by prominent antique collector, connoisseur, art critic and painter in the traditional style, Mr. Yajian Liu.
China's increasing assertiveness in the South China Sea has changed the security dynamic in East Asia. Are the United States and its allies on a collision course with China, or are there ways to avoid the outbreak of conflict? We will explore these with our guest, Jacqueline Newmyer Deal, who has furnished analysis to the Defense Department on East Asian security issues for over a decade.