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

Free Screening: 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.

Journey from Zanskar: A Monk’s Vow to Children

The Ho Center for Buddhist Studies at Stanford University presents a film screening.

Exhibition: Red-Color News Soldier

Li Zhensheng—Red-Color News Soldier is the literal translation of the Chinese characters printed on the armband given to LI Zhensheng and his rebel group in Beijing at the end of 1966, eight months after the launch of the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution.

Children of the Stars

CHILDREN OF THE STARS is a very personal documentary on a group of families seeking help for their severely autistic children.

Children in Wartime Asia, 1931-1945

Pomona College presents a history conference with experts speaking on children in Asia during wartime.

An Unprecedented Social Experiment: The Impact of the One Child Policy on China's Society and Economy

George Washington University's Elliot School of International Affairs presents a panel discussion on the impact of the one child policy on China's society and economy.

Leaving Children Behind: Migrating Parents and their Non-Migrating Children in Urban China

UCLA Center for Chinese Studies presents a lecture by Xuewen (Sherman) Tan on the children of migrant workers.