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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.

Mountain of Fame -- Chinese history through biography

December 5, 1995

From ancient sages to modern dissidents,historian John Wills' new book illuminates China through the last 5,000 years.

Study Examines the Economics of and Attitudes toward Having Children in China

August 30, 1993

Scholars in USC's Population Research Laboratory works with Chinese researchers.

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)

2019 Hong Kong Studies Research School, Hong Kong, December 4-6, 2019 (Deadline:

To encourage young scholars to conduct research on Hong Kong-related topics, the AHKS is organizing the “2019 Hong Kong Studies Research School”. The initiative is a FREE and intensive training program targeting current PhD students with opportunities provided to participants to present their papers at the Hong Kong Studies Annual Conference.

Volunteer Opportunity for Hong Kong Trade Development Council event on October 29

The Hong Kong Trade Development Council Los Angeles Office is organizing a Hong Kong-Jiangsu Partnership Mission in Los Angeles on October 29.

Congressional Research Service Reports

A listing of reports released by the Congressional Research Service.

REL 479: Christianity in Asia

A new USC course in Fall 2017 that explores the Christianities, past and present, of Asia, including the Middle East, South, Southeast, and East Asia. 

Global Exchange Virtual Workshop

For Summer 2020, the USC School of Cinematic Arts and the Communication University of China in Beijing are offering a unique collaborative Global Exchange Virtual* Workshop on ZOOM and other platforms. Each USC student will collaborate with a CUC student to create a short documentary film about concurrent lives and developments in both nations. 

New Spring 2019 Course: Everyday China

The course will critically analyze the radical transformations that have occurred in rural and urban China, with a focus on the years since “Reform and Opening” in the late 1970s and the “rise” of China in the global world order.