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Higher Education in China

Scholars throughout the world will explore the development of higher education in contemporary China in broader historical and comparative perspectives.

The Last Tempest

Part of the series Power Moves: The Empress Dowager Onscreen

Imagining and Enacting Chineseness in the Context of Chinese Adoption

In this talk, Professor Andrea Louie will discuss the construction of identities for children adopted from China

Free Screening: Red Race

Against the backdrop of the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics and escalating international condemnation and demonstrations over Chinese policies from Tibet to Darfur, THE RED RACE presents a detailed insight into the Chinese passion for gymnastics.

All Girls Allowed: Gender Advocacy in China

Chinese activist Chai Ling will discuss her experience fixing the gender gap and female infanticide problems in China.

Jenny Bowen: A Personal Tale of Action to Save Orphaned Children

Jenny Bowen, Founder, Half the Sky; Author, Wish You Happy Forever

Please Vote For Me

PLEASE VOTE FOR ME captures an entertaining snapshot of the politics within a classroom election between three eight-year olds and is one of the most insightful and enjoyable documentaries of the year.

Getting Home

Zhang Yang's commentary on the value of community and human connectivity in modern China.

In the Heat of the Sun 阳光灿烂的日子

The UCLA International Institute presents the film, "In the Heat of the Sun," as part of their 2014 China Onscreen Biennial: Let the Movies Fly.

USCI's look at "The Future of U.S. - China Relations"

International conference launches new USC institute focusing on U.S. – China relations

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