Chinese Cultural Dance Club at UCLA to Present its Eighth Annual Dance Production, "Inspiration"
A workshop at UCI intended to explore various "divides" in Chinese studies.
Li Zhensheng—Red-Color News Soldier is the literal translation of the Chinese characters printed on the armband given to LI Zhensheng and his rebel group in Beijing at the end of 1966, eight months after the launch of the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution.
The Chinese Historical Society of Southern California and OCA-Greater Los Angeles invites you to celebrate Laura Tyson Li's insightful and penetrating new book Madame Chiang Kai-Shek, China's Eternal First Lady.
A symposium at UC Berkeley honoring James Cahill, April 27-28, 2007.
Migrant Labor Markets and the Welfare of Rural Households in the Developing World: Evidence from China
Michigan State University's John Giles speaks on how migration increases rural incomes.
The Legitimacy of Miaohui and the Deconstruction and Reconstruction of Myth: A Field Study of the Transformation of Myths in Contemporary China
Nine poets will read from their work and translator Michael Day (Ph.D., Leiden University) will comment on the poetry scene in China today, and on his translation of Luo Ying's Empty Glasses & Empty Tables (bilingual edition, 2006).
The Historical Meaning of the Guodian "Five Actions" (Wu Xing) and Its Authorship by Zisi and Mengzi
Professor Chen Lai from Peking University speaks at UCLA on the Guodian "Five Actions".
Kelly Fong, UCLA Interdepartmental Graduate Archaeology Program, will discuss the lives, experiences and memories of Chinese laundry-men in the Golden State during the late 1800s.