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The Cultural Politics of the Brushstroke

Martin Powers of the University of Michigan presents a talk on the shifting cultural politics of the brushstroke over four centuries.

The Tiger Leading the Dragon: How Taiwan Propelled China's Economic Rise

Please join the USC U.S.-China Institute for a conversation with Shelley Rigger about her new book, which traces the development of the cross-Taiwan Strait economic relationship and explores how Taiwanese firms and individuals transformed Chinese business practices.

China: End of the Reform Era

Hosted by the Center for Chinese Legal Studies at Columbia Law School, Carl Minzner presents how Chinese legal reform is stalling.

Conference: Religion and Politics in Greater China

This conference, to be held at Oregon State University, explores the interaction between the state and religion followers, and the variety of modes of social-political action adopted by the religious to achieve their goals.

US-China Forum 2017: Innovation on the Urban-Rural Continuum

A forum to take a look at how "rural" and "urban" settings our shaping our political, cultural and economic dialogues.

The 23rd Anniversary of the Handover & The Future of Hong Kong

The fourth installment of the Edgerton Series on Responding to a Rising China, featuring Dr. Jeffrey Wasserstrom of UC Irvine and Joanna Chiu of the Toronto Star on the future of Hong Kong.

Contending Perspectices on the Rule of Law in China

The Jackson School of International Studies East Asia Center hosts a conference considering key aspects of the rule of law in China and assessing the regime's ability to manage calls for greater adherence to rule of law,

China's New Leadership and its Domestic and International Challenges

The Association of Chinese Political Studies (ACPS) will hold its 24th annual meeting and international symposium on the campus of San Francisco State University (SFSU).

Critical Journalists and the State in China: Grasping Transformation on the Boundary

The UCLA Center for Chinese Studies will host Maria Repnikova from Georgia State University to discuss contrasts and similarities between the periods of Hu-Wen era and the Xi era through the prism of journalist-state relations.