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China’s Urban Migration and Social Integration

Fudan-UC Center hosts a China Research Workshop on China's migrants' social integration and welfare institution reforms.

ICS Lecture: Joshua Hill, “The Lexicon of Elections: Language and Politics in 19th and 20th Century China”

The Ohio State University's Institute for Chinese Studies presents the "China and the International Mediasphere" Lecture Series with Joshua Hill.

Female Directors 女导演

The UCLA International Institute presents the mockumentary, "Female Directors," as part of their 2014 China Onscreen Biennial: Wild Women.

The Potential Institutional Change in China

The University of California Los Angeles Center for Chinese Studies will host Dr. Yeliang Xia in a talk to examine crises and challenges facing China.

Beijing Opera

John McDonald will use his upcoming documentary, Children of the Pear Garden, as a starting point for a discussion on the history of Beijing Opera at the Pacific Asia Museum.

Walking on the Wild Side

This film, directed by Han Jie, charts a young gang's continuous flights from one kind of trouble to the next.

Early Pastoral-Nomadic Societies in the Eastern Eurasian steppes and Their Historical Significance

Professor Guo Wu will explore the Sanhaizi culture, from the 13th century BC to the 7th century BC, through the Sanhaizi rubble mound in Qinhe county, Xinjiang, China.

Zhang Huan: Altered States

This exhibition is the first ever museum retrospective of Zhang Huan, encompassing major works produced over the past 15 years in Beijing, New York, and Shanghai.

'Nine Continents' — A Conversation with Memoirist Xiaolu Guo

As a young child, Xiaolu Guo visited a Taoist monk who pronounced her a "peasant warrior." "She will cross the sea and travel to the Nine Continent



October 29, 2020 - 4:00pm
The USC U.S.-China Institute and the USC Center on Transnational Law and Business look at what might be the aims of the next administration by focusing on technology, trade and investment ties.