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China’s Growing Power: What Are Its Limits?

Asia Society presents a discussion with renowned strategist Edward Luttwak on international strategy in regards to China's growing military and economic power.

China Goes Global: The Partial Power

In his discussion of his new book, China Goes Global, David Shambaugh focuses on how this increasingly powerful nation has become more active and assertive throughout the world.

A City of Workers, A City for Workers? Beijing Urban Space in the 1950s

UCLA Center for Chinese Studies hosts a talk with Fabio Lanza.

Tectonic Shifts of the Global Economy: Long-Term and Short Term Implications of China's Growing Impact

The Center for East Asian Studies at Stanford University features a talk by Christopher Thomas.

China Event: John C. Burnham Lecture in the History of Medicine/Science with William Summers

The University of Ohio presents the John C. Burnham Lecture in the History of Medicine/Science with a presentation by William Summers

Student Presentation of Papers for APSA Conference

USC Students present their papers for the American Political Science Association (APSA) Conference.

Forecast Asia: China’s Economic Prospects as its Ambition Grows but Asia Slows

Asia Society Southern California kicks off "Forecast Asia," a new series that brings together leading international experts to analyze Asian economic trends, short-term forecasts and the strategic outlook for Asian economies and their impact on investors and businesses.

The View from the Riverbank: Pluralization without Democratization in China’s Rural West

UC Berkeley presents Kristen McDonald's talk on how the Chinese government's development projects in the Nu River valley may trigger increased civil unrest.

East Asian Garden Lecture Series - Popcorn on the Ginza: Literature, Art, & Photography from Tokyo's City within a City

Author and social commentator Robert Campbell discusses the position occupied in Japanese literature by Ginza, an area in Tokyo that has long stood as an emblem of luxury.

After ECFA: The Present and Future of Cross-Strait Relations

With an Address by Minister Shin-Yuan Lai, Director of Taiwan's Mainland Affairs Council