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Past Events: screening
Colombia University hosts a conference that includes lectures, panel discussions, book talks, and movie screenings looking at Taiwanese cinema.
Duke University Asian Pacific Studies Institute presents a screening of the documentary Yartsa Rinpoche: Precious Caterpillar that shows the impacts of the global coffee trade upon the lives of Tibetans
This event showcases two recent documentary films produced through community media and participatory video training projects organized by From Our Eyes, a cultural heritage and media NGO based in Kunming, Yunnan Province. The film screenings, including a collaboratively produced short by art students and a Baiku Yao filmmaker and a feature-length documentary by first-time a Tibetan filmmaker from Sichuan Province, will be followed by discussion with two co-directors of From Our Eyes and an anthropologist researching rural media in ethnic minority China.
University of Michigan Center for Chinese Studies hosts a screening of a documentary that follows the inner workings of a Chinese mental hospital.
The China Research Center presents a screening of Assignment China: Follow the Money followed by a discussion with Mike Chinoy. The final episode of Assignment China, "Follow the Money" focuses on the behind-the-scenes story of the journalists who during 2012 conducted ground-breaking investigations about China's nouveau riche, and the dramatic, controversial, and often frightening consequences.
Investigative journalist and U.S.-China Institute senior fellow Mike Chinoy will visit the University of South Carolina campus for a screening and discussion of Follow the Money, the final episode of his documentary series, Assignment China.
University of Michigan Center for Chinese Studies hosts a screening of the documentary The Chinese Mayor that tells to story of Datong mayor Geng Yanbo as he tries to transform one of China's most polluted cities.