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Whither China? Revisiting the Dangers of Nationalism and Democratization

UC Berkeley's Institute of East Asian Studies presents a talk by Peter Lorentzen and Jessica Chen Weiss discussing the role of nationalism and democratic mobilization in China.

Corruption, Constitutionalism & Control: Implications of the 4th Plenum for China and U.S.-China Relations

The Kissinger Institute invites you join Professors Andrew Wedeman and Donald C. Clarke, two of America's leading experts on corruption and legal reform in China, for their read-out on the 4th Plenum and a discussion of the course of Chinese reform in 2015.

Logic of Constructing and Maintaining the Grand Canal in North China: Jining's Water Conservancy Projects, 1289-1855

The Harvard-Yenching Institute will host Sun Jinghao, a professor from Zhejiang University's School of Humanities, for a public talk.

The China Fallacy: How the U.S. Can Benefit from China's Rise and Avoid Another Cold War

UCLA Center for Chinese Studies hosts a book talk with Donald Gross

Discussion with Sigur Center Summer 2012 Research Fellows

Each year the Sigur Center awards students with grants to conduct field research in Asia over the summer. Join the Summer 2012 Student Research Fellows as they share their findings and impressions

Collaboration or Catastrophe: Leadership and Reputational Security Today

Please join the USC U.S.-China Institute for an online discussion with Nick Cull to look at the impact of the Covid 19 crisis on the battle of images between the United States and China.

Tribeca Film Festival: All Eyes and Ears

A trenchant yet deeply human examination of relations between the United States and China, Vanessa Hope’s feature documentary debut sets its sights on three key figures: U.S. Ambassador to China Jon Huntsman, as he struggles to maintain diplomacy amid international tensions over security and economic expansion; his adopted Chinese-American teenaged daughter Gracie, as she fosters a newfound appreciation for her bicultural heritage; and the blind Chinese attorney and activist Chen Guangcheng, as he seeks asylum in the U.S.A.

The Face-Off in Doklam: Interpreting India-China Relations with Ambassador Nirupama Rao

The Sigur Center for Asian Studies at the George Washington University presents a talk by Ambassador Nirupama Rao on Sino-Indian relations.

Christianity in China: Globalization and Localization

A panel of experts from the People’s Republic and the United States will discuss the Chinese government's new regulations on religion and their implications for Christian communities, focusing on the interplay between the globalization and localization processes of Christianity in China.