Geert Lovink will discuss the overhyped and under-researched field of "creative industries." He will address the notion of precarity and immaterial labor as they apply to creative industries in China and continental Europe.
Visual Artists Guild cordially invites you to an Annual Award Dinner and Tiananmen Commemoration
Featuring speakers, showcase presentations, and a tour of the Huntington Chinese Garden.
Scholars explore taxation, rural institutions, and struggles over policy.
Hearing on the “Extent of the Government’s Control of China’s Economy, and Implications for the United States”
U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission hearing in Washington, DC.
Pun Ngai of Hong Kong's University of Science & Technology discusses the experiences of the young women who a vital component of China's economic rise.
In Charm Offensive, Joshua Kurlantzick examines how China's soft power is reshaping the world. With growing support from nations in Africa, Latin America, and Southeast Asia, China could become the first nation since the fall of the Soviet Union seriously to challenge the U.S. for control of the international system.
A performance by an award winning acapella group from Taiwan at Ford Theatre
USC-CSSE Distinguished Lecturer, Professor Mingshu Li, speaks on the complexities of software development and the processes in China.
The Chinese government is determined to achieve rapid economic growth by boosting the information technology and software industries. Dr. Li Mingshu heads the Institute of Software at the Chinese Academy of Sciences.