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U.S.-China: Challenges and Opportunities

Indiana University's 5th Annual Patrick O'Meara International Lecture will be delivered by the Honorable Jon M. Huntsman Jr., Former U.S. Ambassador to China and Singapore and Former Governor of Utah.

Mao's Two Bodies: On the Curious (Political) Art of Impersonating the Great Helmsman

The East Asia Center at the University of Washington presents a talk by Haiyan Lee on the institutionalized practice in PRC of "main-melody" film and television of using "special actors" to portray political leaders.

Reforming China's Petition System and Building Constitutionalism

Professor Yu will discuss the current situation, and likely future trajectory, of China's "petition system" and constitutionalism.

Judicial Review of Constitutional Amendments: Taiwanese and Asian Perspectives

Professopr Wen-Chen Chang presents a talk about the process of judicial review in Asia.

Mao, Asia First and the Making of Modern American Conservatism, 2015

This review by Seth Offenbach was published by the History of Diplomacy discussion list in May, 2016 and is reprinted here via Creative Commons license.

A Clash Of Political Cultures At The Early Kangxi Court

Michael G. Chang, Department of History and Art History at George Mason University, gives a talk on political culture at the early Kangxi Court.

The Politics of Imagining Asia: Wang Hui

Columbia University's Lydia H. Liu will discuss Wang Hui's "The Politics of Imagining Asia" in New York City.

China's Global Activism: Strategy, Drivers, and Tools

Phillip C. Saunders will speak at UC Berkeley on China's Global Activism.

Nixon in China: The Visit that Changed the World

UC San Diego's 21st Century China Program invites you to attend San Diego Opera's Community Conversation, a roundtable discussion of John Adams' "Nixon in China," featuring Susan Shirk and Dr. Nicolas Reveles.

The South China Sea and Re-Assessing Regional Order in Asia

The Institute of East Asian Studies at UC Berkeley presents a conference.

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