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Fabricating the Future: Coastal Cuttlefish, Magnesium Carbonate, and a Strong Dose of Vernacular Industrialism in Early Twentieth-century China

Dr. Eugenia Lean will examines the intersection among vernacular science, commerce, and the ways in which knowledge and things are authenticated in an era of mass communication.

LRCCS Noon Lecture Series ~ Towards a New Qing Natural History

The University of Michigan's Center for Chinese Studies hosts a talk with Jonathan Schlesinger on Qing natural history.

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.

The Year in U.S.-China Relations 2016: "It's Not Dark Yet..."

Please join the Kissinger Institute for its 4th annual review of the state of U.S.-China relations and a look at what 2017 might portend for US-China relations.

China's Power: Up for Debate (2nd Annual ChinaPower Conference)

The Center for Strategic and International Studies presents the second annual ChinaPower conference focusing on the issues that underpin Chinese power.

Texas Asia Conference 2015: Beyond the Spectacular and the Mundane

The University of Texas at Austin Center for East Asian Studies will host the Texas Asia Conference 2015: Beyond the Spectacular and the Mundane. In what is becoming a biennial tradition, the conference, which is a space to present graduate research work centered on Asia as a regional focus, will be held on 2nd and 3rd of October (Friday and Saturday) 2015.

Meeting Rising Housing and Health Expectation

USC and Shanghai researchers met in the Shanghai Municipal Government headquarters to discuss housing and health care.

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