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Working for justice in China

January 12, 2007

U.S. State Department's Ronald Cheng examines the differences between the criminal justice system in China and the United States.

Working for justice in China

January 12, 2007

U.S. State Department's Ronald Cheng examines the differences between the criminal justice system in China and the United States.

Building a China Shop

January 1, 2007

Rigorous social-science research with a policy pay-off. That’s what USC leaders hope to cultivate in the new USC U.S.-China Institute. But that’s not all.

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.

Lilia Huiying Li (June 14, 1932–November 7, 2004)

November 17, 2004

Journalist Lilia Huiying Li promoted peace and friendship between China and the U.S. Well known in the diplomatic corps, she was honored for her efforts by the East Asian Studies Center, where she served as a fellow since 1974.

USC Gains a Treasured Chinese Collection

November 3, 1997

Novelist Ai-ling (Eileen) Chang's collected papers, including short stories and prose as well as letters and drawings, were donated to USC and on display at Doheny Memorial Library.

USC's Top Leadership Visits Asian Capitals

June 16, 1997

The top leadership of USC spent two weeks visiting three Asian capitals: Tokyo, Hong Kong, and Jakarta.

Cap. Charles Elliot, Chief Superintendent of Trade, to Hong Kong Residents (February 2, 1841)

December 13, 1901

Cap. Charles Elliot, Chief Superintendent of Trade, to Hong Kong Residents (February 2, 1841)

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