Democracy

Protest with Chinese Characteristics, Past and Present

Ho-fung Hung, a Professor of Sociology at Johns Hopkins University will talk about the historical evolution of Chinese dissent that stands apart from Western trends.

“Tak tahu cakap, Ah! Awak apa bangsa? Cina, bukan? [Can’t you speak, Ah! What ethnicity are you? Chinese, no? ]: Representing the Sinophone Truly in Tsai Ming-liang’s I Don’t Want to Sleep Alone (黑眼圈) ”

The Institute of East Asian Studies at UC Berkeley presents a discussion of the ways in which Tsai's film addresses the hierarchical relations between various Sinitic languages and cultures.

Beijing Spring: A Musical Odyssey

East West Players presents a musical commemorating the events of Tiananmen Square in 1989

Why Chinese Citizens are so Positive toward Party and Government? Chronological Analysis of Chinese Four-city Survey

University of California Berkeley Institute of East Asian Studies hosts a talk by Shigeto Sonoda

Whither China? Revisiting the Dangers of Nationalism and Democratization

UC Berkeley's Institute of East Asian Studies presents a talk by Peter Lorentzen and Jessica Chen Weiss discussing the role of nationalism and democratic mobilization in China.

Two Tigers Living on the Same Mountain: Sino-Japanese Relations since the End of the Cold War

The Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies at Harvard University presents a talk with Michael Yahuda on Sino-Japanese relations and their politicized histories, conflicting identities, and economic interdependency.

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