This symposium features leading professors from Fudan University’s School of Journalism. All are also researchers at the school’s Information and Communication Studies Center (复旦大学信息与传播研究中心). They’ll be discussing Shanghai’s past and present, interaction between state and society, and the varying roles of communication in the city’s governance and identity.Event Details
Please join the USC U.S.-China Institute for a luncheon program in Shanghai on U.S.-China relations, cross-strait ties, and highlights from the Assignment: China series,.Event Details
USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism presents this panel as part of the USC Global Conference 2015 in Shanghai, China at the Shanghai Grand Hyatt. Please join Dean Ernest J. Wilson III for a converstion with John Zhao from Hony Capital, Li Ruigang from China Media Capital and Bob Simonds from STX Entertainment. For USC Global Conference Attendees only.Event Details
USC has long been at the forefront of this innovation, exploring what it can mean for business, science, technology, medicine, and the arts and entertainment. The conference will examine cutting-edge innovations that are already changing the world and the opportunities they present for the future.Event Details
The Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts at Stanford University presents an exhibition of Asian textiles and other works demonstrating how costume and objects of personal adornment functioned as a method of identification and display from the late 18th century to today.
To commerate the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of the journal Late Imperial China and the Society for Qing Studies, this workshop, created by Johns Hopkins University's East Asian Studies Program and Department of History, will reflect on the place of Ming-Qing China in global and regional histories, titled “Early Modern China in the Late Imperial World.”
The University of Pennsylvania Center for the Study of Contemporary China will host Karen Ruth Adams, an Associate Professor of International Relations at the University of Montana, for a public talk.
Back with his first film in 8 years, legendary Taiwanese director Hou Hsiao-hsien wowed this year's Cannes Film Festival with his awe-inspiring THE ASSASSIN - a wondrous take on the traditional wuxia film.
USC School of Cinematic Arts presents a special screening of "The Assassin," directed by Hou Hsiao-hsien. Following the film, there will be a Q&A with the director and Dr. David James will present him the Eisenstein Award.