The USC U.S.-China Institute presented a talk by Perry Link discussing China's two recent Nobel Prize winners, Liu Xiaobo and Mo Yan.
Influential scholar, engaging teacher, and founder of Chinapol network.
10th Annual Chinese Internet Research Conference: Social Media, Digital Entertainment, Governance & Social Movements
CIRC10 examined trends and themes exploring the ways in which the Internet and other technologies interact with Chinese cultural and social life. Hosted by USC Annenberg School of Communication & Journalism.
Daniel Lynch is an Associate Professor of International Relations at USC Dana and David Dornsife College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences. His research expertise focuses on China’s political and intellectual elites and how China’s future should and will shape in the future.
Video from the USC U.S.-China Institute symposium on the results of the January 14 Taiwan elections and their potential impact on domestic politics in Taiwan, cross-strait relations, and regional stability.
Ezra Vogel discusses and assesses Deng Xiaoping’s crucial leadership.
Chin-Hao Huang's project examines the role Chinese epistemic communities play in a one-party authoritarian state.
Minna Jia's project explores the political participatory behaviors of China's post-80s generation and how this group identifies themselves.