The UCLA Center for Chinese Studies will host USC Professor Charlotte Furth to discuss Frederich Hirth, Qing dynasty painting, and the America art world.
This symposium hosted by the Ohio State University MCLC Resource Center, will bring together speakers from various disciplines and regional specializations to discuss how cultures from Beijing to Samarkand and from Lahore to Hyderabad have found ways of fostering vibrantly multicultural, pluralistic, tolerant, and resilient societies.
Martial Spirit is presented by the Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco as part of “Building Our Town,” a theme to anchor a series of powerful arts initiatives to activate and build community throughout Chinatown and San Francisco.
Born in Changchun, China in 1948 and raised during the Maoist regime, Hung Liu studied mural painting at the Central Academy of Fine Art in Beijing before immigrating to the United States in 1984 to attend the University of California, San Diego. (December 7, 2016 - April 30, 2017)
Working with producer Matthew Torne, who directed the documentary LESSONS IN DISSENT (2014), director Joe Piscatella weaves candid moments from Wong’s life with interviews by fellow activists, academics, journalists and politicians to carve a sharp profile of a strong-willed, precocious young activist whose defiant voice refuses to be ignored.