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USC And China In The News - November and December, 2018

China-related news involving USC research, faculty, students and organizations.

December 6, 2018
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Click here for earlier lists of USC research, faculty, students and organizations in China-related news.

December 6, 2018: KCRW
 
The USC U.S.-China Institute’s Clayton Dube was interviewed about what the arrest of Meng Wangzhou, CFO and heir apparent of Chinese tech giant Huawei, might mean for U.S.-China relations. 
 
December 3, 2018: Reuters
 
USC political scientist Stanley Rosen was interviewed for a story about China’s public diplomacy efforts in the South Pacific. 
 
November 26, 2018: CBS
 
David Agus, head of the USC Westside Cancer Center, was interviewed for a story about the gene-editing experiment undertaken by a Shenzhen researcher, He Jiankui. Agus described the experiment which produced two babies as “not perfect,” noting that while it may prevent one of the children from getting HIV, it increases their vulnerability to flu and other diseases. 
 
November 18, 2018: New York Times
 
Stanley Rosen, USC political scientist, was quoted in an article about China’s efforts to increase its soft power. “If China does have any soft power,” he said, “it’s probably because of the success of their economy….” 
 

November 18, 2018: New York Times

USC political scientist and Chinese film scholar Stanley Rosen was quoted in a story about China’s efforts to enhance its soft power through film. He thought it had not worked, saying, “If China does have any soft power, it’s probably because of the success of their economy and the Chinese model that they’re pushing very hard now.”

November 15, 2018: Angelus
 
This article reported on an exhibition that includes Chinese textiles currently at the USC Pacific Asia Museum

 

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