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Markets and Bodies: Women, Service Work, and the Making of Inequality in China

Eileen Otis presents a discussion of the relationship between China's economic growth and gender inequality.

Asia/Pacific Business Outlook Conference 2013

The USC Marshall School of Business presents a conference for business leaders who want to expand their trade and investment in Asia.

Chinese Reformers, Western Economists and the Making of Global China

UC San Diego's 21st Century China Center presents a talk by Julian Gewirtz on the transformation of China's economic thought in the 1980s.

U.S.-China: Challenges and Opportunities

Indiana University's 5th Annual Patrick O'Meara International Lecture will be delivered by the Honorable Jon M. Huntsman Jr., Former U.S. Ambassador to China and Singapore and Former Governor of Utah.

China's Rediscovery of Southeast Asia

The Sigur Center for Asian Studies hosts a talk on "China's Rediscovery of Southeast Asia" as part of its Visiting Scholars Roundtable

The State of the Chinese Economy: Implications for China and the World

This major USC US-China Institute conference examines the health and future of the Chinese economy and assesses China's economic ties with the US and others. (At the Millennium Biltmore Hotel in downtown Los Angeles.)

2017 Young Leaders’ Institute: China

The Young Leaders Institute (YLI) is a week-long program intended to prepare Houston high school students for leadership in a globally interconnected city and world.

Diagnosing the Chinese Economy: Lessons from Japan

Join the American Mandarin Society on March 9 at 5:30pm at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (room 119) for a lecture and discussion about the current state of the Chinese economy. This lecture will be given in Mandarin.

Asia/Pacific Business Outlook 2009 Conference

The Center for International Business Education & Research (CIBER)presents a conference on doing business in the Asia-Pacific region.

Making Waves: Contested Waters in the South China Sea

ASNC, the RAND Corporation, and UC Berkeley's Institute of East Asian Studies are pleased to present a two-panel conference that will look more closely at the foreign policies of the claimant countries in the region, examine what is driving the national interest of these Asian actors, and explore how these tensions are influencing political and social currents at home.