Grad student thinks small when crafting Chinese ornaments

April 12, 2015

USC Dornsife scholar studies tiny wooden replicas of buildings that adorn Buddhist temples and monasteries

USC Architecture Students Create Unique Mao Jackets in "Truth in Making, An Architectural Inquiry"

March 20, 2014

USC Architecture's 5th year students created unique Mao style jackets using unexpected materials as part of their studio assignment

Leading architects envision digital future in China

October 18, 2013

Neil Leach's project, displayed in Beijing, documents the "digital infiltration" trend in architecture schools.

Seminar studies sustainable funding for China’s infrastructure

March 30, 2012

Rapid urbanization has created a need for sustainable funding and financial strategy for infrastructure renewal in China, said Richard Little, a senior fellow at the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy, in a seminar offered on March 7 by USC Price and the Metrans Transportation Center.

Visser, Cities Surround the Countryside: Urban Aesthetics in Postsocialist China, 2010

January 1, 2010

Alexander F. Day reviews the book for H-Urban, January 2011, credit H-Asia.

Gallery of Chinese Architecture

The Royal Ontario Museum is currently displaying its Gallery of Chinese Architecture, the largest collection of Chinese architectural artifacts outside of China.

Penn Museum China Gallery

The University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology is currently holding a China Gallery.

Chinese Style: Rediscovering the Architecture of Poy Gum Lee, 1923-1968

The Museum of Chinese in America presents a survey exhibition exploring Poy Gum Lee’s (1900-1968) nearly 50-year long career in both China and New York and examines Lee’s modernist influence in New York Chinatown.

Five Features of Korean Three Kingdoms Period Architecture & How They Relate to China

A talk exploring Korean Three Kingdoms Period Architecture in the fifth and sixth centuries.

SUB URBANISMS: Casino Urbanization, Chinatowns and the Contested American Landscape

The Museum of Chinese in America presents SUB URBANISMS, an award-winning anthropological case study by architecture professor and curator Stephen Fan which will explore the controversial conversion of suburban single-family homes into multi-family communities by immigrant Chinese casino workers in Connecticut.