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Working Class Formation in China: Cognitive Dissonance and Politics of Reconceptualization

UC Berkeley Institute of East Asian Studies hosts a talk with Gaochao He on working class formation in China.

Yellow Peril! An Archive of Anti-Asian Fear

On Friday, March 7, guest speakers will discuss some of New York City's most urgent racial issues and link them back to divisive and corrosive stereotypes, policies, and practices.

City on Fire: The Fight for Hong Kong

Please join the USC U.S.-China Institute for a discussion with Hong Kong based author and photographer Antony Dapiran for a look at his new book on the city's protests and what they mean for the future of Hong Kong and China.

China Going Global: The Rise of a New Player in International Economics and Politics

Philippe Le Corre, one of Europe's China experts, currently based in Washington D.C., will provide his views and introduce his newly published book, China's Offensive in Europe.

Making Human Rights in the Vernacular: Plural Legalities and Traveling Rights in India, China, and the U.S.A.

New York University's Sally Engle Merry explores the process of translating human rights into the vernacular.

“Cultural Christians” and Political Dissent in Contemporary China

Harvard University's Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies hosts Professor Xi Lian who will speak on Christians in China.

A Revolution That Was Not: The Tiananmen Movement Revisited

The Weatherhead East Asian Institute at Columbia University will host Yang Su for a discussion on the Tiananmen Movement.

On Family Values: A Question of Human Rights

The Institute of East Asian Studies at UC Berkeley presents a talk with Henry Rosement Jr. on the importance of family values within the Confucian framework and how this affects human rights

Y.C. Hong: Advocate for Chinese-American Inclusion

The Huntington Library opens an exhibit on You Chung Hong, a key figure in the history of Chinese Americans.