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Untangling the U.S. – China Narrative: Technology, Trade, and Tensions

Join the Committee of 100 and Asia Society Northern California for a special evening discussion to untangle this US-China narrative.

Film Screening: DNA Dreams

Part of the film series "Being Human in a Biotech Age," the University of California, Berkeley hosts a screening of DNA Dreams

Large-Scale Text Analysis of Japanese and Chinese Literature: An Introduction to Text Mining for Humanists

Stanford University Center for Spatial and Textual Analysis hosts a workshop on automated text analysis using Chinese and Japanese literature.

The Case of Professor Xiaoxing Xi: Scapegoating Immigrants as National Security Threats

Join Professor Xiaoxing Xi, a Chinese American scientist falsely accused of espionage, and other community leaders as they examine how Chiense American scientists are being racially profield and scapegoated much as Japanese Americans were during World War II or Muslim Americans have been since September 11, 2001

What it takes to be a smart China watcher

Join the George Washington University Global China Connection as it hosts Bill Bishop and Kaiser Kuo to discuss what it takes to be a smart China watcher.

The Fat Tech Dragon: Commercial and Strategic Implications of China's Hi-Tech Drive

Harvard University's Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies hosts a talk with Scott Kennedy on his newest book, The Fat Tech Dragon: Benchmarking China's Innovation Drive.

Pharmaceutical Expertise in Early Modern China

The Johns Hopkins University Program in East Asian Studies will host historian He Bian from Princeton University for a public talk.

Debate: "Should the United States severely restrict Huawei's business?"

 This event features a formal debate moderated by CSIS’s Scott Kennedy as well as the subsequent follow-up discussion with the participants and audience about the pros and cons of specific actions toward Huawei and the implications for US-China relations, American foreign policy, and the shape of the global economy. 

Annenberg Research Seminar: David Craig & Yu Hong

USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism hosts a talk with David Craig and Yu Hong

Digital Perspectives on Imperial Chinese Political History

Stanford University hosts a talk with Hilde De Weerdt

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