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Stepping Forth into the World: Edward Rhoads

Former University of Texas professor Edward Rhoads gives a lecture on his new book Stepping Forth into the World about the fascinating history of the first 120 Chinese students to study in the U.S. at the end of the 19th century at the Henry Luce Foundation in New York City.

Ancient Chinese Texts

The Center for East Asian Studies presents a talk by Ken Holloway on China's ancient texts.

Sensing Taiwan

Indiana University's East Asian Studies Center presents an opportunity to experience the rich cultural heritage of Taiwan through a month-long series of musical performances, film screenings, and scholarly presentations.

Chinese New Year Festival at Huntington: Year of the Snake

The Huntington Library hosts a celebration of the Chinese New Year.

Documenting the Western Desert: Liu Xiangchen's Films of Xinjiang

Filmmaker, scholar, and writer Liu Xiangchen will speak at University of California, Berkeley on May 2 and May 9 respectively.

Density vs. Diversity

The USC School of Policy, Planning and Developments presents a talk by the dean of USC School of Architecture, Qingyun Ma.

From Two Arises Three – The Collaborative Works of Arnold Chang and Michael Cherney

From Two Arises Three features 20 works, both individual and corroborative by Chang and Cherney, which strive to bridge the gap between the traditions of Chinese ink painting and the concerns of contemporary art.

Poetry of Protest and the 1989 Tiananmen Movement

Jiayan Mi - Associate Professor of English and World Languages & Cultures, The College of New Jersey

Jobs and Kids: Female Employment and Fertility in China

Stanford University's Asia Health Policy Program presents a talk by Profesor Hai Fang, who will speak on China's one-child policy.

Streams and Mountains without End: Landscape Traditions of China

The Met draws from its' collections and private loans to create an exhibition chronicling the history of landscape paintings in China.