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Concert: Music of China Ensemble

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

The China Lover

Meet the Author - Ian Buruma, in conversation with John Nathan, Takashima Professor of Japanese Cultural Studies, UCSB

The Changing Shapes of Local Knowledge: Mid-Tang Literature and the Tujing

The Council on East Asian Studies at Yale University will be hosting Ao Wang, Assistant Professor of Asian Languages and Literatures at Wesleyan University, to explain the significance of the tujing during the Tang Dynasty.

Masters of Tibetan Bronzework: Nima and Dawa Dakpa

The Freer Sackler Museum of Asian Art presents Dawa Drolma with Nima and Dawa Dakpa to discuss their work in preserving traditional bronzework and share insights into sculptures from the Himalayan region on view.

Portraits of New York Chinatown

An oral history project addresses the Museum of Chinese in America's (MOCA) role within the communities of Chinatown, Little Italy, and SoHo.

Family Festival Celebrating Photography from the New China and Felice Beato: A Photographer on the Eastern Road

This festival at the Getty includes Chinese folktales, a journey into Beijing Opera, the Shaolin Warriors and Chinatown Acrobats, and a UCLA Confucius Institute Calligraphy Studio with master artist Fan Duanran.

River Without Buoys 没有航标的河流

In a tribute to Director Wu Tianming, the UCLA International Institute presents the film, "River without Buoys," as part of their 2014 China Onscreen Biennial.

Robert B. Marks, "China’s Environmental History over the Very Long Term"

Drawing from his recently published book, China: Its Environment and History, Professor Marks will highlight what he sees as some of the major themes in China's very long environmental history, as well as some of the contentious issues in its understanding and interpretation. Presented by Harvard University's Fairbanks Center for Chinese Studies.

Healing Elements: Efficacy and the Social Ecologies of Tibetan Medicine

The Carolina Asia Center presents a lecture by Sienna Craig, Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, Dartmouth College.

Film Screening on Labor Organizing in China

The Sigur Center for Asian Studies at George Washington University presents a film screening on labor organizing in China, with a Q&A featuring