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China Work

Stanford University Center for East Asian Studies hosts a presentation of Fritz Hoffmann's extensive photographic coverage of China.

"Stakeholders in the Supply of Public Goods in Rural China"

Chen Dong, a Economics professor at China's Shandong University, will present a talk on the role of stakeholders and how they have created a shortage of public goods in the rural areas of China.

Deadlock to Detente: Could India's Strategic Competition with China Mean Peace with Pakistan?

The Sigur Center for Asian Studies' Rising Powers Initiative cordially invites you to a discussion by Neil Padukone, author of "Beyond South Asia: India's Strategic Evolution and the Reintegration of the Subcontinent".

Finance, Realism, and the ‘Rise of China’

The Carolina Asia Center presents a talk by Colleen Lye, associate professor of English at UC Berkeley.

China and the World

Meeting Thursday at USC and Friday at Occidental College, an international panel of scholars examines China's evolving relations with Europe, Latin America, and Asia.

The Chinese Dream: The Rise of the World's Largest Middle Class and What It Means to You

Helen Wang, author of The Chinese Dream, will speak about China's middle class in Menlo Park, CA.

Chinese Capitalism: Beyond Variety?

Hosted by the Confucius Institute, this talk will consider the extent to which the Chinese economy can be meaningfully characterized as capitalist; the character of its state form and recent development path; and its position within—or beyond—conventional understandings of capitalist variety.

Public Lecture by Jonathan Woetzel, MGI Director and Senior Partner, Shanghai

Sponsored by the USC Economics Association Dr. Woetzel will speak about the growing economy in China and its relation to the U.S.

Mother-of-Pearl Lacquerware from Korea

Asian Art Museum invites you to learn about luminous Korean mother-of-pearl lacquerware with the first U.S. exhibition devoted to this time-honored tradition.