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Precious Pills and the Politics of Tibetan Learning

The center for Central Eurasian Studies at Indiana University presents a lecture on the history and meaning behind Tibetan alchemical medicines.

Chinese Medicine in America: Converging Ideas, People, and Practices

Starting April 26th, the Museum of Chinese in America showcases an exhibition on traditional Chinese medicinal practices and their impact on America. (Exhibition dates: April 26 - September 9, 2018)

Dialogue on the Future of HIV/AIDS Community Based Organizations in China

GWU's Sigur Center for Asian Studies cordially invites you to a conference on:Dialogue on the Future of HIV/AIDS Community Based Organizations in China.

[WEBCAST] Taiwan: Lessons and the Politics of Coronavirus

Join Dr. Chunhuei Chi, Syaru Shirley Lin, and Daniel Russel for their webcast on Taiwan and the Coronavirus. 

Wind And Water: The Wonderful World Of Feng Shui

Ven. Jampa Ludrup will be giving a talk on Feng Shui on August 20 at Tibet House US gallery.

Texas Asia Conference 2015: Beyond the Spectacular and the Mundane

The University of Texas at Austin Center for East Asian Studies will host the Texas Asia Conference 2015: Beyond the Spectacular and the Mundane. In what is becoming a biennial tradition, the conference, which is a space to present graduate research work centered on Asia as a regional focus, will be held on 2nd and 3rd of October (Friday and Saturday) 2015.

Cold War Borders in a Post-Socialist World: Hong Kong / China

UCLA Center for Chinese Studies presents a talk by James Watson on the fate of international borders that were transformed by the collapse of cold-war socialism and the triumph of global capitalism.

Cars, Currency, and Conflict:Three Issues Concerning Today’s China and How They Are Connected

Timothy Grose, a doctoral student at Indiana University, will host a discussion on cars, currency, and conflict. He will illustrate how all three element affect current economic conditions in China.

Hooligan Sparrow LA Theatrical Premiere

The danger is palpable as filmmaker Nanfu Wang follows maverick activist Ye Haiyan (a.k.a Hooligan Sparrow) and her band of colleagues to southern China to protest the case of six elementary school girls who were sexually abused by their principal.