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Blackness and Interwar Asia: A Mobius Strip of Identity Building

Join Asia Society Southern California in partnership with Asia Society Center for Global Education for a discussion on the interplay between Blackness, Asia, and identity formation in the Interwar period with author Amy Sommers and historian Keisha A. Brown, who will discuss fields where Black Americans’ engagement was sought in Asia from 1920-1941.

The Biggest Market by Far: Video Gaming in China

China accounts for over a quarter of the global video game/esports market. Lisa Hanson, who has studied the Chinese market since 2002, will highlight key trends in that market.

China: Threat or Opportunity? From hacking scandals and climate change to economic growth and currency issues.

USC Annenberg, in partnership with the Center on Communication Leadership and Policy (CCLP) and the Institute for Diversity and Empowerment at Annenberg (IDEA), presents a panel moderated by Robert Scheer in Comm 310: Media and Society.

Balancing, Bandwagoning, or Standing Alone?: China's Rise and the Future of the Korean Peninsula

Professor Chung-in Moon of Yonsei University considers the questions: What is South Korea's perception of China's rise? How has China's rise influenced its interactions with the two Koreas as well as the ROK-US alliance?

Is the United States Ready for China's Rise?: Alliances for a New Asia

The American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research hosts a discussion on the budding US-China security rivalry in Asia.

The Perfect Dictatorship: China in the 21st Century

The UCLA Center for Chinese Studies will host Stein Ringen to present his book The Perfect Dictatorship: China in the 21st Century.

Security and US-China Relations: Differences, Dangers, and Dilemmas

The University of Pennsylvania's Center for the Study of Contemporary China hosts its 7th annual conference; this time focusing on security issues between the U.S. and China.

Managing Tensions in the South China Sea

The Center for Strategic & International Studies hosts a two-day conference with discussions for resolving differences between the six claimants in the South China Sea.

Cine-East: East Asian Cinema--"Sparks of Fire"

Duke University presents a screening of "Sparks of Fire" as part of their Cine-East film series.

Product Safety: Understanding the "Made in China" Brand (with live webcast)

This program will look at the effects of the Olympics on China and analyze many issues that China is currently facing.

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