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Past Events: conference
The UCFTI Expo connects the United States and China in the field of film and television industry, to build a professional platform for the industries and to develop relationship among professional for trade, exchange, training and cooperation.
The Huntington Library presents a symposium on the literary and artistic themes inspired by "Record of the Peach Blossom Spring," a story which has resonated for generations of artists and poets in China, as well as Japan and Korea.
The Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies presents a symposium which seeks to critically reassess Shen Congwen’s contribution to modern Chinese cultural, ethnic, literary and art history, hoping not only to critique the strengths and limitations of prevailing trends in Shen Congwen Studies, but also to explore the possibilities of reading Shen Congwen in a dialogical light and reposition Shen as an interface between modern Chinese literary and cultural studies capable of enabling fruitful comparisons.
The Shanghai Foreign Investment Development Board presents a panel discussion on the advantages of the investment environment in Shanghai, China.
The Council on East Asian Studies at Yale University will be hosting the symposium, Text and Context in East Asian Buddhism in New Haven.
Organized by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council and supported by over 30 major US business/industry associations, the "Think Asia, Think Hong Kong" symposium seeks to encourage and facilitate US companies to diversify their business to Asia and meet potential partners or investors in a strategic, effective and efficient way.
The District Export Council of Southern California, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (US PTO), University of California, Irvine School of Law, and the U.S. Commercial Service will be hosting a conference at UC Irvine School of Law.
The US Patent and Trademark Office and UC San Diego (IR/PS, 21st Century China Program, and the UC Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation) present: New Perspectives on Innovation and Intellectual Property Policy in China: What Does the Evidence Say?