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Chinese Nationalism and its Foreign Policy Implications

February 14, 2007

Speaking at USC, University of Denver scholar Suisheng Zhao argues that China’s pragmatic nationalism is fundamentally interest-driven, reactive and flexible.

USC Partners With Peking University

February 12, 2007

The institutions will develop graduate professional education and expand interdisciplinary pursuits.

Study underway of the effectiveness of a Chinese herb in treating Alzheimer’s

February 3, 2007

Lon Schneider of the USC Keck School of Medicine heads the investigation of Huperzia serrata—known commercially as huperzine A.

Working for justice in China

January 12, 2007

U.S. State Department's Ronald Cheng examines the differences between the criminal justice system in China and the United States.

Working for justice in China

January 12, 2007

U.S. State Department's Ronald Cheng examines the differences between the criminal justice system in China and the United States.

Chinese and US Students Place Spotlight on Urban Development

January 1, 2007

In Summer 2006, teams of students from Chongqing, Beijing and Los Angeles investigated urban development in Chongqing towns (in China) with World Bank-funded projects underway.

Building a China Shop

January 1, 2007

Rigorous social-science research with a policy pay-off. That’s what USC leaders hope to cultivate in the new USC U.S.-China Institute. But that’s not all.

The Dragons of Troy

January 1, 2007

From missionaries and technocrats to business moguls and government ministers, USC has a distinguished history of preparing China’s movers and shakers.

Klein on China: Then and Now

January 1, 2007

Veteran newsman Herb Klein has witnessed first-hand the changes in China. He first beheld Hong Kong in 1950 and then went to Shanghai in 1972 with President Nixon.

Shaolin Temple and the 21st Century

November 30, 2006

Monks from China's famed Shaolin Temple visit USC to discuss their beliefs and rituals and how the temple is working to reach a global audience.

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