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An Evening with Director Ke Chin-Yuan featuring screenings of BLACK and TAKE MY BREATH AWAY

The USC East Asian Studies Center Taiwanese Documentary Series and the USC School of Cinematic Arts invite you and a guest to attend "An Evening with Director Ke Chin-Yuan featuring screenings of Black and Take My Breath Away". Q&A to follow with DIRECTOR KE CHIN-YUAN, Moderated by Stanley Rosen, Professor of Political Science, USC; Translation by Katherine Chu, MA EAAS and PhD POIR, USC.

Flowers to Frost: Four Seasons in East Asian Art

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art present an exhibit revolving around the four seasons, which in East Asian culture are regarded as an expression of the cycles of nature and a harmonious universe.

Land for Welfare in China

The Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies at Harvard University presents a talk with Meina Cai who will demonstrate that social welfare provision cannot be understood in isolation from the unique land property rights regime in China.

Will China Save the Planet?: Talk at UCSD

Now that Trump has turned the U.S. into a global climate outcast, will China take the lead in saving our planet from environmental catastrophe?

Burning Pelts and Blazing Passions: Transnational Environmentalism and Nationalism in Tibet

Emily Yeh will lecture on Tibet at the University of Washington in Seattle.

Berkeley RADICAL Artistic Residencies Symposium: Artists, Aesthetics, and the Natural World Part I

University of California, Berkeley hosts a symposium exploring artistic, spiritual, and creative responses to the natural world in association with Cloud Gate Dance Company's Rice.

Greening China: Can Hu and Wen Turn a Test of their Leadership into a Legacy?

University of Hawaii's East West Center presents a talk by Dr. ZhongXiang Zhang about current environmental issues in China.

Resource Competition in East Asia: Political and Environmental Implications

The School of International Relations and Program on Environmental Studies present a symposium.

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