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Making Waves: Contested Waters in the South China Sea

ASNC, the RAND Corporation, and UC Berkeley's Institute of East Asian Studies are pleased to present a two-panel conference that will look more closely at the foreign policies of the claimant countries in the region, examine what is driving the national interest of these Asian actors, and explore how these tensions are influencing political and social currents at home.

Covering China: The Challenges of Reporting on the Rise of a Superpower

Mr. Wong will talk about topics he has covered since 2008, including Chinese politics, foreign policy, propaganda, the environment, human rights, ethnic conflict, and the art of reporting in the age of Xi Jinping.

China's Narratives Regarding National Security Policy

The U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission will hold a hearing about Chinese national security narratives in Washington, DC.

Genealogies of Chinese Sovereignty Since 1492

UC Berkeley presents Teemu Ruskola's talk to consider China's place in the world as a matter of the changing politics of sovereignty, space, and time.

Legend of Tianyun Mountain (Tian yun shan chuan qi)

Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies presents a screening of Legend of Tianyun Mountain, one of the first films to depict the Cultural Revolution in a historical context.

Intimate Politics: Marriage, the Market, and State Power in Southeastern China

Sara Friedman (Indiana University) explores the customs of eastern Hui'an residents, women in particular, as an anomaly among rural Han.

The Increasing Significance of Guanxi in Chinese Transitional Economy

The Council on East Asian Studies at Yale University presents a talk with Andrew Kipnis.

The Rise of China and Asian Americans

Please join the USC U.S.-China Institute and the 1990 Institute for a panel discussion on how the growth of the Asian American community in the U.S. impacts the country's leadership in business, trade, science and technology.

Assessing China’s Impact on Canada-U.S. Relations

Join the Kissinger Institute on China and the United States for a talk by specialists about China's impact on Canada-US Relations.

Tibet and the Politics of Exile in the New Millennium

Samdhong Rinpoche, Tibetan Prime Minister in Exile, discusses Tibetan politics.