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This symposium, organized in conjunction with the exhibition “Gardens, Art, and Commerce in Chinese Woodblock Prints,” explores the relationship and interaction between image and text in woodblock prints during the late Ming and Qing periods.
The University of Chicago's Department of Art History will host a three-day conference discussing the development of Chinese art history, featuring scholars and students from worldwide institutions.
The University of San Francisco's Center for Asia Pacific Studies will host the two-day conference, Constructing Masculinities in Asia.
The American-Chinese CEO Society and EDI Media Inc. invite you to their annual U.S.-China Co-Production Film Summit. Speakers include movie industry leaders from both the U.S. and China.
Now in its Seventh year, Asia Society Southern California’s U.S.-China Film Summit is the most prestigious U.S. event uniting Hollywood and Chinese film-industry leaders to discuss collaboration and market trends.
The UC Berkeley Institute of East Asian Studies presents a conference analyzing the issue of the TPP in American lections as well as the larger trade relations of which it is a part.
The University of Washington East Asia Center presents its 2016 Newspapers In Education Series and Workshop. The six-part series includes an overview article, articles on Central Asia, East Asia, South Asia and Southeast Asia, as well as an article about potential future turning points.
LACMA presents a two-day symposium examining examines Chinese art and culture of the 17th century (late Ming and early Qing dynasties). It is held in conjunction with the exhibition Alternative Dreams: 17th-Century Chinese Paintings from the Tsao Family Collection.