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Documenting the Global City 2006: "We Believe" by John Harrison and Sha-Sha Wang

September 1, 2006

This is a short documentary on Los Angeles produced by one student from USC and one from the Communication University of China. The students were part of the first collaboration in summer 2006 to "Document the Global City." USC Cinema faculty Mark Harris and Marsha Kinder led this first group. This effort yielded a multi-year exchange that continues and is supported by the two schools, Mr. Stephen Lesser, and the USC U.S.-China Institute.

Exploring Khan's Legacy on Women

July 5, 2006

USC scholar Bettine Birge receives a Mellon Fellowship to support her study of how the Mongolian conquest changed the rights of Chinese women.

China: Students' Development Lab Spotlights Bank-funded Projects in Chongqing

June 26, 2006

June 26, 2006 - With support from the World Bank Office, Beijing, the China Development Lab recently conducted a dual-city case study on Bank-funded urban projects in such secondary cities in Chongqing municipality.

SC / Sino Cinema

June 5, 2006

Chinese Film Students Pair With USC Counterparts For Intensive Summer Workshop

USC to Create New U.S.-China Institute

May 25, 2006

In Beijing with Board of Trustees, President Sample notes USC’s longstanding ties with China.

Obesity, Weight Perception & Socio-Cultural Factors in Chinese Adolescents

May 8, 2006

Assistant Professor Bin Xie discusses weight perception and obesity prevalence in Chinese teenagers

Richmond Speaks at Chinese Symposium

May 6, 2006

Chinese industry leaders seek to understand U.S. regulations on generic drugs and dietary supplements.

Chinese and American Students Document the Global City, 2006

April 10, 2006

Students from the Communication University of China and the University of Southern California combine to produce documentaries on Los Angeles. This summer 2006 project launched an ongoing collaboration between the two universities.

Study shows self-esteem falters among ‘fat’ Chinese teens

March 31, 2006

Bin Xie finds thin is the new ideal body type in China, a result of increasing affluence and exposure to Western media images.

Health Issues in China

March 20, 2006

Davina Ling discusses health inequalities and health insurance in the young and old population in China