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Environmental Film Festival: "Born in China"

The Freer Sackler will host a screening of Disneynature's film "Born in China."

"Invisible” Pollution? Examining Taiwan’s High-tech Environmental Disputes from STS Perspective

The Institute of East Asian Studies at UC Berkeley presents a lecture by Wen-Ling Tu from the National Chengchi University in Taiwan on core perspectives brought by Science, Technology, and Sustainability on the invisibility of pollution problems.

2012 Roundtable on Post-Communism

The Russian and East European Institute at Indiana University presents a roundtable with numerous speakers to talk about the post-communism world.

CEO Forum with Gary Hirshberg of Stonyfield Farm

Gary Hirshberg will discuss the possibility in a change in the way China produces its food and the effect an organic China could have on world markets.

Muscolino, The Ecology of War in China - Henan Province, the Yellow River and Beyond, 1938-1950, 2014

Micah Muscolino's book was reviewed by Sravani Biswas and published on the History of War discussion list. It is reprinted here via Creative Commons license.

Neuhauser Lecture with Elizabeth Economy

The Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies presents Dr. Elizabeth Economy delivering the Neuhauser Lecture.

The China Challenge with Thomas Christensen

The National Committee on US-China Relations will host Thomas Christensen to discuss his new book, The China Challenge.

Of Travels, Fruits, and Gardens: Jesuits and the European Knowledge of Chinese Plants and Gardens

A discussion of the role Jesuits played in disseminating information about Chinese horticulture and garden design.

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

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

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?