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  • The Resources and Debts of the Chinese Government

    04-30-2015

    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.

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  • Xi Jinping’s Unpublicized Agendas

    05-19-2015

    Please join the USC U.S.-China Institute for a talk by Willy Lam on Xi's personal history, the factional politics through which he ascended, the configuration of power of the Fifth-Generation leadership, and the country's likely future directions under the charismatic "princeling."

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04-28-2015 4:30 pm

China’s heady accomplishments over the past four decades have been grounded in a set of norms and policies - political, economic, and ideological – established in the late 20thcentury. These are now unraveling.

04-28-2015 5:00 pm

Zhang Xiaojing (张晓晶), director of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Institute of Economics, gives a talk on China's new economic strategy.

04-29-2015 12:00 pm

Yvon Wang, Assistant Professor of Chinese History at the University of Toronto, St. George, gives a talk on pornography and masculinity in China at the end of the empire.

04-29-2015 12:15 pm

The Council on East Asian Studies at Yale University presents a talk on Daoist philosophy with Harvard Professor James Robson.

04-29-2015 12:30 pm

The Sigur Center for Asian Studies presents Bruce Dickson speaking on the topic of democracy in China.

04-29-2015 3:00 pm

The Center for Strategic and International Studies presents a discussion on questions about the U.S. and China’s roles in global economic governance.

04-29-2015 6:00 pm

Join the Asia Society Southern California and the UCLA Asia Institute in a conversation with bestselling author James Bradley as he discusses his new book The China Mirage: The Hidden History of American Disaster in Asia.

04-29-2015 6:30 pm

This illustrated short course explores the history and culture of Beijing through its architecture. In four sessions, participants will gain an understanding of Beijing’s history as a capital of China, from its imperial architecture and layout to its commercial and residential architecture and changes undergone in the 20th and 21st centuries.

04-30-2015 4:00 pm

Meredith Schweig, Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow at MIT, explores masculinity in Taiwan's rap scene.

04-30-2015 4:00 pm

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.

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