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USC Sets Out to Build Social Work Program in China

March 9, 2016

School teams with Beijing Normal University to enhance its Master of Social Work program.

Happy Year of the Monkey 祝猴年快乐!

Happy new year!
February 5, 2016

We hope you're looking forward to a great year ahead and we wish you good health and happiness!

Video: Terry Flew discusses China's investments in exporting entertainment media

January 25, 2016

The USC U.S.-China Instituted hosted Terry Flew from the Digital Media Research Centre at the Queensland University of Technology in Australia. He examined the case of China's investments in exporting entertainment media as case study of the opportunities and challenges of a changing global media landscape.

Chinese History Comes to Life through Games

January 11, 2016

USC Dornife students learn about 200 years of economics in a course that incorporates online role playing

Beyond "How" and "What" is "Where," and Disney's Bob Iger is looking to China

October 30, 2015

The company’s chairman and CEO is interviewed by Willow Bay during the 2015 USC Global Conference in Shanghai

Bringing Social Change to China Through Film

September 9, 2015

USC Social Work published an article, "Bringing Social Change to China Through Film," published here by Creative Commons license.

Grad student thinks small when crafting Chinese ornaments

April 12, 2015

USC Dornsife scholar studies tiny wooden replicas of buildings that adorn Buddhist temples and monasteries

East Asian Expert Shares Cultural Insights

March 12, 2015

Brian Bernards has an animated talk with DreamWorks staff

USC Price Student Masters Philanthropy

March 12, 2015

Bilingual Qi Yan has worked as a Gates Foundation intern in China, contributing ideas learned at USC.

Documenting the Global City: 2014 USC/CUC Student Film Collaboration

February 20, 2015

Film students from the University of Southern California and Communication University of China pair up to create revealing documentaries. This is part of an ongoing collaboration between the two universities.

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