The USC U.S.-China Institute presents a talk by Anne-Marie Brady from the University of Canterbury to discuss the trends in contemporary propaganda and thought work under the Jiang and Hu eras.Event Details
The USC U.S.-China Institute presents a discussion with Victor Shih and Zhang Xiaojing on the large government debts that have accumulated in China, especially at the local level and the resources available to the government to meet its obligations and to foster continued economic expansion.Event Details
Dr. Ying-Chen Peng, Assistant Professor in Department of Art at American University presents on how Empress Dowager Cixi (1835–1908) utilized photography to produce images for different purposes.
“Self/Split” brings together four renowned Asian diasporic artists—Sam Chanse, Chiwan Choi, D'Lo and Nicolas Wang—for an evening of live performances and discussion that will movingly confront queerness, displacement, immigrant identity, the creative process and more.
Please join the Wilson Center for a discussion of how wariness of Western values is related to anti-corruption, the CCP’s economic and legal reform programs, Xi Jinping’s personality cult, and China’s policy toward the United States.
The University of Kansas Center for East Asian Studies presents Jeff Snyder-Reinke giving the Wallace S. Johnson Memorial Lecture titled, "Bones, Babies, and the Politics of Burial in Late Imperial China."