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Beijing Besieged: Wang Jiuliang's Urban Ecology Unhinged

Wang Jiuliang's photography will be on display at UC Berkeley.

The Body Politic and the Body Anatomic in Late Imperial China

The Krieger School of Arts & Sciences at Johns Hopkins University will host David Luesink as a part of its Spring 2017 Speaker Series.

Translation and Dissemination of Chinese Medicine

The UCLA Center for East-West Medicine and the Confucius Institute presents a conference workshop on Chinese medicine.

A Global Enlightenment: Western Progress and Chinese Science

The University of Wisconsin-Madison Center for East Asian Studies presents a talk on how Chinese ideas have gone previously unnoticed in European debates.

Water in Design

China Institute presents a talk that explores the role of feng shui in their design projects both in China and around the world, as well as its impact on hospitality design over the last 40 years.

United States Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo to deliver major policy address on U.S.-China relations at The Richard Nixon Presidential Library & Birthplace

The United States Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo will deliver a speech on Communist China and the future of the free world.

Globalizing Chinese Medicine in the 17th Century: 'Translation' at Work

Brown University presents a day-long symposium, during which scholars from all over the world will discuss Chinese medicine with a specific focus on its rapid dissemination and translation during the 17th century.

Lessons from the pandemic: Taiwan's response to COVID-19 and the future of global health policy and research

UCLA Taiwan in the World Program Inaugural Forum: A dialogue with Frank Chang (UCLA) and Jason Wang (Stanford University)

Talk on "Collective Intelligence: Prediction on Elections and Infectious Diseases in Taiwan"

The University of Texas, Austin presents a talk by Dr. Chen-yuan Tung of National Chengchi University & UC Berkeley.

Indigenous Knowledge?: The Politics of Traditional Chinese Medicine

UC Berkeley's Center for Chinese Studies presents a talk by Judith Farguhar on contemporary Chinese medicine as a weave of local historical constraints, global economic and epistemological pressures, and clinical and pedagogical pragmatics.