California-Shanghai Innovation Dialogue: FinTech (hosted by UC Irvine)
Join scholars, policymakers, and industry professionals in this Fudan-UC Center event to discuss how China's rising middle class and shifts in the US labor market from stable to "gig" employment intersect with emerging technologies to provide consumer-facing financial products and services, from insurance to consumer loans.
CHINA Town Hall: U.S.-China Technology Competition
Secretary Condoleezza Rice headlines the national conversation on China via interactive webcast, along with a local presentation by Thilo Hanemann, director at Rhodium Group, on China's high-tech investments in the U.S.
Little Soldiers: A story on China’s education system
Lenora Chu presents an on-the-ground story on China’s public education system through her personal journey as an American mother and journalist raising a family in Shanghai.
Inside China's Great Firewall
UC San Diego political science professor Molly Roberts’ groundbreaking book on informational technology and control in China demonstrates that even censorship that is easy to circumvent can still be enormously effective in influencing the Chinese public.
Raising Global Families
Pei-Chia Lan, professor of sociology at National Taiwan University, examines how ethnic Chinese parents in Taiwan and the United States negotiate cultural differences and class inequality to raise children in the contexts of globalization and immigration.
Nowhere to Call Home: Documentary Film Screening and Conversation
Award-winning radio correspondent Jocelyn Ford presents her debut documentary that won the hearts of many viewers in China with a rare glimpse into the world of a Tibetan farmer, torn between tradition and creating a better future for her son in Beijing. The 75 min. film screening will be followed by a discussion with the filmmaker.