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Celebrated Voices of Contemporary Chinese Literature

The China Institute hosts a celebration of Chinese literature with a talk with poet Ouyang Jianghe and writers Liang Hong, Li Juan, and Yan Ge.

Lu Xun-inspired ballet at Kennedy Center

The Kennedy Center in presents one of China's newest contemporary ballet companies, Beijing Dance Theater, performing a collection of works called Wild Grass, inspired by poems of Lu Xun.

Curriculum Design and National Identity Construction during the Anti-Japanese War: Focus on Relevant Chiang Kai-Shek's Personal Orders

A discussion of Chiang Kai-Shek's education policies with Zhengwei Liu of Zhejiang University.

The Game Generation and Leisure Capital in Taiwan

University of California, BerkeleyThis talk is part of the IEAS Residential Research Fellows series of weekly presentations on current research.

Felix Boecking - Workshop

Dr. Felix Boecking will hold a workshop at Harvard University.

Concert: Music of China Ensemble

The Music of China Ensemble will perform traditional Jiangnan silk and bamboo music

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.

From China to New York: Works by New York City Students

Studio in a School presents this exhibition of student artworks from May 15 - August 26, 2007.

Does Aid Lead to Corruption? Evaluating China's Poverty Alleviation Program

This event is a part of the Sigur center's Visiting Scholar Roundtable Series.

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