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From Yellow Peril to Model Minority: Shifting Discourses of Chinese Immigration during the Cold War

Pomona College's Pacific Basin Institute presents a talk by Professor Madeline Hsu on Chinese immigration patterns during the Cold War.

Opening in Pasadena: Shanghai Calling

Shanghai Calling, starring Daniel Henney and directed by Daniel Hsia, opens in Pasadena

USC East Asian Studies Center - Taiwanese Documentary Series

The University of Southern California's East Asian Studies Center hosts its annual Taiwanese documentary series.

Mid-Autumn Festival & Open House

Come join the China Institute in celebrating the Mid-Autumn Festival at this event for families and children of all ages.

What Makes a Chinese Garden Chinese?

The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens presents a talk by Professor Charles Wu.

Chinese Cultural Transitions: Negotiating Values and Identities in the Global Context

Presented by Prof. Kathryn Sorrells, who will share insights from her sabbatical experience in China

Hong Kong Film Festival: "The Blade"

The Blade is Tsui Hark’s masterful tribute to the martial arts films of his youth. A reimagining of director Chang Cheh’s 1967 wuxia landmark The One-Armed Swordsman, this phantasmagoric action film moves like an out-of-control freight train.

USC Marshall China Research Day

The USC Marshall School of Business presents a research conference on China and its business/political processes.

Made in China: Cultural Encounters through Export Art

The Royal Ontario Museum is currently hosting the exhibition, "Made in China: Cultural Encounters through Export Art".