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Reporting from China: A Conversation with New York Times Correspondent David Barboza

Join David Barboza for a discussion about the challenges and opportunities of reporting from China

The Grill Conference: China Track

The Grill Conference is presenting a full China track for the first time for day one of the conference. 

Film Screening: Assignment China: Follow the Money with Mike Chinoy

The China Research Center presents a screening of Assignment China: Follow the Money followed by a discussion with Mike Chinoy. The final episode of Assignment China, "Follow the Money" focuses on the behind-the-scenes story of the journalists who during 2012 conducted ground-breaking investigations about China's nouveau riche, and the dramatic, controversial, and often frightening consequences.

Forbidden Feeds: Government Controls on Social Media in China

Please join the U.S.-China Institute and PEN America for the West Coast launch of the PEN America report on social media in China, Forbidden Feeds. We will discuss the report and Chinese social media more generally. 

China Work

Stanford University Center for East Asian Studies hosts a presentation of Fritz Hoffmann's extensive photographic coverage of China.

People's Republic of Desire

The People’s Republic of Desire, a new documentary from director Hao Wu, explores what happens when the lines between online and offline dissolve.

IFP Screen Forward Presents: HOOLIGAN SPARROW

Theatrical Premiere - July 15th - July 21st
Made in NY Media Center by IFP - DUMBO, Brooklyn

Hopkins-Nanjing Center Info Session @ USC

The Hopkins-Nanjing Center (HNC) offers bilingual education focused on China's global interactions. Join an admissions session on Tuesday, October 24 for program details, application tips, and an application fee waiver to align with your academic and career goals.

Media Politics in China with Maria Repnikova

Who watches over the party-state? In this engaging analysis, Maria Repnikova reveals the webs of an uneasy partnership between critical journalists and the state in China.

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