Chinese Painting Exhibit
Paintings from six prominent artists from China and Taiwan explore the continuity and innovation of the millennia-old medium of traditional Chinese painting.
China’s Rise in Historical Perspective
In his new book, "Making China Modern," Klaus Mühlhahn of the Free University of Berlin provides a panoramic survey of China's rise and resilience through war and rebellion, disease and famine.
U.S.-China Competition and Co-existence
A panel of Chinese and American experts will examine how historical examples such as the Cold War can illuminate the U.S.-China dynamics of competition in the age of globalization and economic interdependence.
A Summer of Protests: What’s the Path Forward for Hong Kong?
A panel of UC San Diego faculty and students will reflect on the protests that roiled Hong Kong for the past four months and discuss the root causes of the political crisis, the possible paths forward and the future of “One Country Two Systems.”
Chinese Documentaries 2019 – International Symposium and Screenings
Film scholars from Beijing Normal University and producers of the screened films will provide commentary at the Q&A after the screening of two films: "A Purpose Built School" and "The Story of Chuaner."
Photography Exhibit: China-Southeast Asia Border
Celebrate the opening of the exhibit by Scott Ezell that features a selection of photographs documenting the effects of hydroelectric dams, mines and plantations on the China-Southeast Asia border region, and a performance of spoken word poetry and experimental music. Hosted by Geisel Library.
Defining the Great Global Decoupling: Understanding where American and Chinese Hawks may Take U.S.-China Relations
In the Eighth Robert F. Ellsworth Memorial Lecture, former Prime Minister of Australia Kevin Rudd explains the arguments by American and Chinese hawks in this current dynamic and where they may take U.S.-China relations.
The Politics of Legal Regimes in China
Nov. 14 | Save the Date
Is "ruling in accordance with law” a propaganda slogan, or a real policy? In a comprehensive study of the workings of the Chinese legal system, William Hurst of Northwestern University, offers a new way of understanding how cases are adjudicated in authoritarian settings in a conversation with Kwai Ng.
National China Town Hall
Nov. 18 from 3-5 p.m. | Save the Date
Joining hundreds of communities across the country, the CHINA Town Hall provides Americans a nuanced understanding of U.S.-China relations. A national webcast of a panel of China experts will be followed by a local town hall discussion.
The event will be hosted at the Bishop’s School.
The Past and Future of Political Reform in China
Dec. 2 | Save the Date
Thirty years on, activist Wang Dan reflects on the pro-democracy movement in 1989 and discusses the prospects of political reform in China in a conversation with Victor Shih.