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Village Capital + ECSEL: China Launch

The Hub Bay Area will showcase 30 Chinese start-up companies.

Ran In-Ting's Water Color Display

The Maridon Museum presents an exhibition featuring Ran In-Ting, one of the best know Taiwanese artist.

Fiery Cinema: The Emergence of an Affective Medium in China, 1915–1945

UC Berkeley Center for Chinese Studies hosts a talk with Mary Ann Doane

State of the Word: Asian American Spoken-Word Artists

Join the Department of English and the Department of American Studies and Ethnicity for an exhibition of Spoken Word.

Return of the Dragon

The Allen Memorial Art Museum at Oberlin College is currently hosting Return of the Dragon, and exhibition featuring dragon-themed works in a diversity of mediums. Most notably, Coiling Dragon, a large bronze that has been a perennial favorite of the AMAM’s Asian collection, has returned to the sculpture court.

Resistance Reimagined: East Asian Languages and Cultures Graduate Student Symposium

The University of Southern California hosts a graduate symposium on the new forms of resistance in society and political change.

Beggar-Thy-Women: Domestic Responses to Foreign Bride Competition, The Case of Taiwan

The Population, Society and Inequality (PSI) Colloquium Series and and Department of Economics present "Beggar-Thy-Women: Domestic Responses to Foreign Bride Competition, The Case of Taiwan" with Elaine Liu, Assistant Professor of Economics, University of Houston

Riding Alone For Thousands of Miles

A film about a fisherman who vows to complete his estranged and dying son's documentary and his odyssey into the heart of China where he befriends a fatherless boy.

Tharlo. 2015. Directed by Pema Tseden

The Museum of Modern Art presents a screening of Pema Tseden's Tharlo. Followed by a Q&A with the director.

Wang Anyi and Chinese Realism

This research conference will serve as the culminating event for Wang Anyi’s tenure this semester as Global Distinguished Writer in Residence at NYU’s China House.