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Chinese Politics, The State of the Field: A Conversation

The Duke University Asian/Pacific Studies Institute will host a roundtable focusing on the study of Chinese politics.

Can the U.S. and China Build a New Model of Major Power Relations?

On December 4 and 5, the Kissinger Institute and the China Institute for International Studies (CIIS) will hold a groundbreaking dialogue on U.S.-China relations. In an effort to build relationships between, and gain the insights of, promising young leaders from both countries, KICUS and CIIS are bringing together 16 fully bilingual experts from a variety of fields for an unconstrained and uninterpreted dialogue on major issues in Sino-U.S. relations.

China's Citizen Complaint System: Prospects for Accountability

Senator Byron Dorgan, Chairman and Representative Sander Levin, Cochairman of the Congressional-Executive Commission on China presents a roundtable discussion on China's citizen complaint system.

Taiwan Roundtable: Prospects for the Tsai Ing-wen Administration

The Sigur Center hosts a roundtable to examine the future of Taiwan under the new Tsai administration.

Knowledge of and Vulnerability to Climate Change among Pastoralists in Central Tibet

The UCLA Asia Institute hosts a talk by Emily Yeh to discuss findings about Tibetan pastoralists’ knowledge of climate change, as well as factors leading to vulnerability to climate change, based on an interdisciplinary project conducted in Nagchu, in the northern part of the Tibet Autonomous Region, PRC.

State Capacity and Local Governance: China and India Compared

The Harvard-Yenching Institute presents a roundtable on major political problems facing the Asian giants today.

The U.S. and China in the Era of Donald Trump

The Stanford Center for East Asian Studies will host the event, The U.S. and China in the Era of Donald Trump.

Popular Accountability and Regime Resilience in Reform-Era China

UC Berkeley's Center for Chinese Studies presents a talk by Martin Dimitrov on the longevity of communist regimes is provided by examining their systems of popular accountability.

New Leaders Make a Difference, but When? Reflections from Hong Kong on China’s Current Succession

UCLA's Center for Chinese Studies presents a talk with Dr. David Zweig on China's political changes under the new leader, Xi Jinping.

China’s Slowing Growth: What Does this Mean for the Emerging Economies?

USC Center for International Studies hosts a talk with Shaun Breslin on how China will impact the world from its position as the second largest global economy.



May 30, 2019 - 7:00pm
Los Angeles, California

Free screening followed by a Q&A with Director/SCA Alumna Nahnatchka Khan. 

May 31, 2019 - 10:00am
Los Angeles, California

This exhibit features photos, videos, publications, etc. from the East Asian Library to commemorate the centennial anniversary of the March First Movement in Korea and May Fourth Movement in China. (March 4 - May 31, 2019)