Michael Dunne, author of American Wheels: Chinese Roads, talks about General Motors' successful efforts to build its China business and about the current state of Chinese auto market.
Hwang, Kyung Moon
Professor Hwang is Associate Professor in the USC Department of History. He received a Ph.D. and M.A. from Harvard University and earned his B.A. in European History from Oberlin College in 1990. In 2000, Prof. Hwang received USC's Innovative Teaching Award. He was awarded the Junior Reserach Fellowship from the Academy of Korean Studies in 2001 and the Korea Foundation Fellowship in 2002.
Prof. Hwang's publications include: Hwang, K.M. (2004). "Citizenship, Social Equality, and Government Reform: Changes in the Household Registration System in Korea, 1894-1910." Modern Asian Studies, pp. 355-87; Hwang, K.M. (2004). Beyond Birth: Social Status in the Emergence of Modern Korea, Harvard Asia Center, Harvard University Press; Hwang, K.M. & Shin, G. (2003). Contentious Kwangju: The May 18th Uprising in Korea's Past and Present, Rowman & Littlefield and "From the Dirt to Heaven: Northern Koreans in the Chosôn and Early Modern Eras," Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies 62.1, June 2002.
Carl Minzner argues that China's reform era is ending, and outlines the potential outcomes that could result.
Please join the US-China Institute for the screening of Between China and the U.S., a documentary series on China-U.S. relations. After the screening, director and filmmaker Gu Jun will discuss the film with the audience.