Religion

A Catholic Village in North China: Lineage, Temple Cult, Nationalism and Transnational Identity, 1700-2000

The East Asian Program presents a discussion with Henrietta Harrison on the history of a north China village and the Italian missionaries.

Moralized Entertainment: Chinese Catholic Biblical Drama in the Republican Era

Harvard-Yenching Institute hosts a talk by John T.P. Lai on biblical opera in the Republican Era

Tibetan House Space at Labrang: An Architectural Inquiry into the Everyday Sacred and the Mundane

In this presentation, an overall view on the house space novice monks, nuns and the lay Tibetans will be rendered, followed by an introduction to three nunneries next to Labrang that were established at different time in history.

Lost Heritage: Chinese Christians as Early Reformers

UCLA Center for Chinese Studies presents a talk by Carol Lee Hamrin on the new, edited volume "Salt and Light: Lives of Faith that Shaped Modern China."

West Los Angeles Obon Festival

Obon is a Buddhist observance that was originally observed in Mahayana Buddhist countries, including China, Korea, Japan, and Vietnam. Obon season is a time to express our gratitude to loved ones who have passed on before us.

Traditional Confucianism: The Core of Asian Civilization

Dr. Betty Anderson will be lecturing on Confucianism at the Maridon Museum.

China's Policies Toward Spiritual Movements

The Congressional-Executive Commission on China will hold a roundtable discussion on “China's Policies Toward Spiritual Movements.”

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