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Housing Windfalls and Intergenerational Transfers in China

Stanford's Shorenstein APARC hosts a discussion of housing reform in China.

Dating but Not Married: Southeast Asian Security Responses to the Rise of China

This seminar will explore some of the nuances in Southeast Asian "hedging" strategies.

Shanghai EXPO 2010: Economy, Ecology, and the 2nd Coming of Capitalism in China

David Liwei Li will speak about the Shanghai World Expo at the University of California at Irvine.

Xi Jinping, Report at 2017 19th Party Congress, October 18, 2017

Secure a Decisive Victory in Building a Moderately Prosperous Society in All Respects and Strive for the Great Success of Socialism with Ch

Cold War Borders in a Post-Socialist World: Hong Kong / China

UCLA Center for Chinese Studies presents a talk by James Watson on the fate of international borders that were transformed by the collapse of cold-war socialism and the triumph of global capitalism.

Liberalism, Globalization, Populism and nationalism in the World Today

The Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies presents this specially adjourned panel, organized and moderated by Professor Peter Bol, examines these trends in a global perspective, with Harvard University experts in the histories of China and East Asia, the UK and Europe, the Middle East, South Asia, and the United States.

Local Government Financing Vehicles in China and their Debt: The Legal Picture

The Sigur Center for Asian Studies presents Professor Donald Clarke. He will address questions about China's local government financing vehicles (LGFVs) through an analysis of applicable law and a sample of LGFV bond prospectuses.

The Oil Prince’s Legacy: Rockefeller Philanthropy in China

The National Committee on United States-China Relations in New York presents a talk featuring Mary Bullock.

China’s Past: New Strategies for Teaching the Sources of Chinese Civilization

China’s Past: New Strategies for Teaching the Sources of Chinese Civilization will use primary sources, rich text, and images to build an understanding of selected topics in early Chinese history and civilization. The week will focus on adapting content and materials to one’s own classroom in grades 3-8.