The Art Walters Museum exhibit, "Ferocious Beauty," presents striking works of Himalayan art depict wrathful Buddhist deities with fearsome qualities.(November 13, 2016 - April 16, 2017)
By taking a comparative approach that emphasizes conjunctures and relations, this lecture will explore the question of Chinese empire in relation to European empires via the pivot of Sinophone literature from Southeast Asia where we find the confetti of empire strewn all over the place.
The UC Berkeley Institute of East Asian Studies will host a panel of political science and economics scholars to discuss the "One Belt, One Road" plan, its goals, and its potential effects with delegates from the Consulate General of the PRC - SF.
The UCLA Center for Chinese Studies will host Maria Repnikova from Georgia State University to discuss contrasts and similarities between the periods of Hu-Wen era and the Xi era through the prism of journalist-state relations.
This talk draws contrasts and similarities between the periods of Hu-Wen era and the Xi era through the prism of journalist-state relations.
The Stanford Center for East Asian Studies will host a talk by Manling Luo, Associate Professor of Chinese Literature at Indiana University.
The UCLA Center for Chinese Studies will host Phillip E. Bloom, Assistant Professor of Est Asian Art History at Indiana University, Bloomington.