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The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and Chinese Politics: Changes of CCP Culture and Ideology since the 18th Congress
The UC Berkeley Institute of East Asian Studies hosts a symposium offering faculty from Renmin University to exchange view on current affairs in China with Berkeley colleagues.
September 6, 2016 1:00pm to 5:00pm
This symposium offers faculty from Renmin University to exchange view on current affairs in China with Berkeley colleagues. Papers address aspects of culture, the legacy of the cultural revolution, American perspectives, and new trends.
Panel I: CCP Political Culture
Chair: You-tien Hsing, Geography, UC Berkeley
Prof. Yang Fengcheng, Prof of CCP History, Dean of the Dept of CCP History, "The Cultural Situation since the 18th Congress"
Geng Huamin: Associate Prof, CCP History, "The Lesson of the Culture Revolution"
Dong Jia: Assoc. Prof of CCP History, “The Cultural Experience in The CCP History
Panel II: Party Values
Chair: Bixiao He, Harvard-Yenching Institute and Sun Yat-sen University
Lowell Dittmer, UC Berkeley, "The Chinese Communist Party: Recent American Views"
Lu Keli: Associate Prof of CCP History, “Marx versus Confucius: The New Trend of CCP Ideology”
Xia Lu: Assoc. Prof, CCP History, “The Core Values of CCP"
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