Upcoming Events

New Urbanization in China

Professor Hu Biliang
March 31, 2015 5:30pm to 7:00pm EDT
Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business, New York, NY

Register to hear Professor Hu Biliang as he discusses China’s new urbanization program for the period 2014-2020 and suggests how the government might minimize negative effects of the new policy.

In Manchuria

Michael Meyer
April 2, 2015 5:30pm to 7:00pm EDT
The Henry Luce Foundation, New York, NY

Michael Meyer's new book, In Manchuria, is a combination of memoir, reportage, and historical research, presenting a unique profile of China's northeast. 

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The Importance of Evidence: Facts, Fiction and the South China Sea

Bill Hayton
April 7, 2015 5:30pm to 7:00pm EDT
Cleary Gottlieb, New York, NY

Bill Hayton, a journalist with extensive experience in the South China Sea, examines the quality of the evidence behind the claims to the region which originated in debates in the 1930s; the claims have been repeated ever since without consideration of their basis in fact.

Recent Events

Susan Brownell
Mar 12, 2015
Dorsey & Whitney
Susan Brownell, a world-renowned authority on Chinese sports and the Olympics, discusses the significance of the bid for China, what it says about China and about the rest of the world.
Jerome A. Cohen, Ezra F. Vogel
Feb 18, 2015
Covington & Burling LLP, New York, NY
Jerome Cohen and Ezra Vogel reflect on normalization and how academic study of China has changed over the course of their careers.
Eric Liu
Jan 29, 2015
Cleary Gottlieb, New York, NY
Eric Liu pieces together a sense of the Chinese-American identity at a time when China is emerging at the center of the global scene.
Richard Bernstein
Jan 13, 2015
Dorsey & Whitney, 51 W. 52 Street, New York, NY
Richard Bernstein discusses his new book, China 1945, which examines the first episode in which American power and good intentions came face-to-face with a formidable Chinese revolutionary movement.

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