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CEO Forum with Gary Hirshberg of Stonyfield Farm

Gary Hirshberg will discuss the possibility in a change in the way China produces its food and the effect an organic China could have on world markets.

Screening: Invitation to World Literature

The Pacific Asia Museum presents screenings of Journey to the West (1 p.m. and 2:30 p.m.), The Tale of Genji (1:30 p.m. and 3p.m.), and The Bhagavad Gita (2 p.m. and 3:30p.m.)

Student Voices: Summer Programs in China

The USC U.S. China Institute invites students and faculty to attend an informational meeting that offers insight into the many overseas study opportunities that will be available in China this upcoming summer.

2014 Youth Ambassadors from Taiwan to perform at USC

Chinese opera, contemporary and classic dance collide together in a performance led by Taiwan Youth Ambassadors at USC on Sep. 6.

Screen Asia: 10th Annual Houston Asian Pacific American Film Festival

The Festival is free, open to the public, and focuses on film art created by and spotlighting Asian Pacific Islander Americans (APIA). Asia Society Texas Center is proud to be one of the host sites for the 2014 Festival.

Harvest Moon Festival 2015

The USC Pacific Asia Museum hosts a celebration of the mid-autumn Harvest Moon Festival, celebrated by China, Vietnam, Korea, and Japan.

Hong Kong Film Festival: "My Young Auntie"

Kara Wai won her first Hong Kong Film Award for her effervescent performance in this delightful kung fu comedy. She plays a young student who marries her dying teacher to keep his inheritance away from his untrustworthy relatives.

China's Universities in Perspective

This week University of Michigan's Center for Chinese Studies noon lecture series features a discusssion on the performance of major Chinese universities.

Journeys: Mapping the Earth and Mind in Chinese Art

Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibition runs through August 26, 2007.

China Onscreen Biennial: Beijing Flickers Pop-up Exhibition 《有种》流动展览

The COB is proud to present for the first time anywhere the complete new work by Zhang Yuan that he has since renamed BEIJING FLICKERS. The Chinatown Business Improvement District has converted two storefronts in Chinatown's Mandarin Plaza into a pop-up gallery just for the exhibition