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The Chinese Trajectory: Politics and Economics

The USC Center for International Studies presents a talk with Daniel Lynch.

Is China as Strong as It Seems?

Robert Gifford gives a talk on China's many successes as well as the economic, environmental, ethnic faultlines.

The Art of Tea: The World in a Cup

The LA County Museum of Art offers a private tour and tea service led by culinary historian Maite Gomez-Rejón of Art Bites, along with Mary Lenihan, the museum's Director of Adult Programs.

Visualizing China's Pollution

The Asia Society's Asia Society in Queens Series presents a talk by Michael Zhao.

A China Colloquium: China's Medium Term Prospects with Dr. Barry Naughton

The George Washington University with the Growth Dialogue presents a discussion on China's medium term prospects.

Oasis Capitalism: Muslim Notables and the Qing Empire in Chinese Central Asia, 1759-1864

The UCLA Center for Chinese Studies presents a lecture by Kwangmin Kim, Department of History, University of Colorado, Boulder, on the pivotal role played by the Muslim notables in Qing imperial expansion.

ACCS China Guangxi 2016 Investment Confrence

The American-Chinese CEO Society will be hosting its 2016 Investment Conference on October 28th at the JW Marriott L.A. Live.

"BRIC in 2020" Conference and Roundtable

The goal of this University of Chicago conference is to bring together experts on Brazil, Russia, India, and China to discuss social and economic issues facing these emerging economies and how these challenges will affect their political development

Colloquium: “China’s Outward Foreign Direct Investment: New Trends and Opportunities”

Indiana University's Kelley School of Business will feature a presentation by Dan Li.

Assignment China – "Follow the Money" Documentary Film and Speech

AmCham / ECCT Greater China Business Community and Rotary Club of Taipei hosts a dinner that will screen USC US.-China Institute's documentary followed by a discussion with Senior Fellow Mike Chinoy.



October 29, 2020 - 4:00pm
The USC U.S.-China Institute and the USC Center on Transnational Law and Business look at what might be the aims of the next administration by focusing on technology, trade and investment ties.