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Television In China: Governmentality, Soft Power, & Nation Building

The University of Texas at Austin's Center for East Asian Studies presents a talk by Geng Song on the role of television in Chinese nation building.

The Memory Project

On November 1 and 2, the Weatherhead East Asian Institute invites you to attend film screenings and discussions featuring acclaimed filmmaker Wu Wenguang and his colleagues.

Contemporary Chinese Diasporic Fiction: Exploring and Exploding Identity

Join us for a reading and conversation with four outstanding Chinese writers whose works upend the notion of a monolithic Chinese identity and uncover a much more complicated story about the diversity of Chinese diasporic experiences in America: 2017 National Book Award finalist Lisa Ko (The Leavers), crime-writer-turned-YA-author Ed Lin (David Tung Can’t Have a Girlfriend Until He Gets into an Ivy League College), Smithsonian Ingenuity Award–recipient Mimi Lok (Last of Her Name), and Max Yeh (Stolen Oranges), whom E.L. Doctorow desribed as "a writer on a rampage."

The U.S. and China in the Era of Donald Trump

The Stanford Center for East Asian Studies will host the event, The U.S. and China in the Era of Donald Trump.

Luncheon Keynote: Clayton Dube "China: Doors Opening or Closing? What China’s New Normal Means for the Chinese and Americans"

Clayton Dube gives a luncheon keynote at the 3rd International Symposium on Language for Specific Purposes conference.


Fowler Museum at UCLA opens a new exhibit on the photography of Stephen Verona that captured China in 1980 and then recaptured it in 2014.



August 20, 2020 - 4:00pm

The USC U.S.-China Institute presents a webinar with Han Li to examine how Chinese are rediscovering the rural China and idealizing rural life in the social media age. She'll also look at the social and political forces driving this trend.

August 16, 2020 - 6:00pm

Companies and HR professionals across China will be recruiting and networking with international talent.