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Chinese and American Students Document the Global City, 2006

April 10, 2006

Students from the Communication University of China and the University of Southern California combine to produce documentaries on Los Angeles. This summer 2006 project launched an ongoing collaboration between the two universities.

Study shows self-esteem falters among ‘fat’ Chinese teens

March 31, 2006

Bin Xie finds thin is the new ideal body type in China, a result of increasing affluence and exposure to Western media images.

Health Issues in China

March 20, 2006

Davina Ling discusses health inequalities and health insurance in the young and old population in China

China's Social Policy: New Agenda in the Era of Urbanization

March 2, 2006

Dr. Xinping Guan reviews China's social policy reform and development

First MBAs Graduate From Shanghai Campus

February 13, 2006

Completing its executive global program, a multinational group convenes for commencement ceremonies on the USC Marshall site in China.

Executive Offers Cautionary View of China

February 1, 2006

Bear Stearns' chairman Donald Tang, a speaker at the USC Marshall Dean’s Business Breakfast Series, says reforms must follow growth.

Development of China

January 31, 2006

Jianhua Zhong discusses societal changes in China

Dental Diplomacy

January 1, 2006

Research competition winners from the USC School of Dentistry travel to China.

USC Expert in Asian Languages Dies

August 2, 2005

Classical violinist and professor emeritus Laurence Thompson, who made a commitment to the study of Chinese religion, was the first director of the USC East Asian Studies Center.

USC Conference Examines China’s Influence

April 25, 2005

The country’s rapid entry into the global economy dominates the proceedings at the 18th Asia/Pacific Business Outlook Conference hosted by the USC Marshall School of Business.