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Past Events: California
Hosted by the Long Beach - Qingdao Association to celebrate 36 years of friendship between the two sister cities.
By looking both at advertisements and articles, this talk will examine the life of a late Qing traveler in its global and local contexts, with particular attention to the changing market for print in the very late 19th century.
Dr. Salguero, organizer of a large international research project on this subject, will discuss how Buddhism and medicine were intimately intertwined in this period, and will raise a series of methodological and interdisciplinary challenges this fact poses for contemporary researchers in the History of Medicine and Religious Studies alike.
Dru Gladney will examine the rise of the important role Xinjiang plays in Chinese Premier Xi Jinping’s signature Belt and Road Initiative.
This book focuses on Taiwan’s most important movement party over the last two and a half decades.
Wandering . . . But Not Lost is an intimate account of Mingyur Rinpoche's four-and-a-half-year retreat interspersed with Rinpoche’s own guidance in applying Buddhist wisdom to our daily modern lives. It will touch and inspire audiences everywhere.
Join Asia Society Southern California in partnership with Asia Society Center for Global Education for a discussion on the interplay between Blackness, Asia, and identity formation in the Interwar period with author Amy Sommers and historian Keisha A. Brown, who will discuss fields where Black Americans’ engagement was sought in Asia from 1920-1941.
An online reception for the 72nd anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China will be held on September 28 at 7pm EST. The reception is organized by the Chinese Embassy in the US, together with Chinese Consulates General in New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Chicago.
A book talk by Peter Martin, Defense Policy and Intelligence Reporter, Bloomberg News
Lessons from the pandemic: Taiwan's response to COVID-19 and the future of global health policy and research
UCLA Taiwan in the World Program Inaugural Forum: A dialogue with Frank Chang (UCLA) and Jason Wang (Stanford University)