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Storm Clouds Over China

The US-China People's Friendship Association of Long Beach presents a talk by Clayton Dube on the impact of the economic slowdown in China.

When:
March 26, 2016 12:00pm to 3:00pm
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Get ready for a spirited presentation by Clayton Dube on the impact of China's economic slowdown, the competing claims in the South China Sea, and the effect of Taiwan's recent election on cross-strait relations. Additional topics will be China's aging population and teh crackdown on social media.

Proceded by a Chinese luncheon buffet.

Clayton Dube has led the USC US-China Institute since 2006. He worked in China from 1982-85 and 1991-92 and often travels there to lead delegations, lecture, and carry out research. Trained as a historian, Dube's current work focuses on the impact of economic and political change on Chinese society. He writes the popular Talking Points newsletter, moderates the Chinapol discussion list, and is a director of the National Consortium for Teaching about Asia. Follow him on Twitter at @claydube.

For more information or to inquire about tickets, contact Elizabeth Kraft at 562-596-8478 or Hazel Wallace at 562-494-0107.

Cost: 
$22 in advance; $23 at door. Students 24 yrs and under $10

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