Denise Ho and Jennifer Altehenger discuss material culture under Mao with Philip Tinari.
Jie Chen, Jennifer Lin, Sheila Melvin, and Booker Rowe reflect on the film, Beethoven in Beijing, about the Philadelphia Orchestra’s 1973 China tour, and on cultural exchange.
Shelley Rigger discusses Taiwan's contribution to China's transformation into an economic superpower.
Educators and scholars Mary Brown Bullock, David M. Lampton, Anne F. Thurston, and Tashi Rabgey discuss a half-century of U.S.-China relations.
Former students, colleagues, and friends remember Professor Ezra Vogel.
In a Chinese-language conversation, American experts on China Robert Daly, June Mei, and Matt Sheehan share insights about how Sino-American relations have affected the lives of Americans, how perceptions of China are changing as a result, and how both societies can learn to have a more realistic and nuanced understanding of the other.
Explore the fascinating role that sports, food, and film play in the U.S.-China relationship: MLB China baseball operations manager Raymond Chang, Forbes 30 Under 30 restaurateur Lucas Sin, and film producer Janet Yang examine how aspects of our shared humanity can forge unique ties during times of political tensions, and how these rich intersections enhance American and Chinese society.
Chris Fenton discusses the parts American business, including the NBA and Hollywood, have played in China’s rise.
Anla Cheng, Erika Lee, and Nancy Yao Maasbach convened in a conversation moderated by Jerry Yang to share their insights on the critical issues of anti-Asian racism, generational divides, the model minority myth, and Sino-American relations.
Jianbing and Junzi: A Conversation on the Evolving Chinese Cuisine Landscape in New York [Young China Professionals]
Brian Goldberg of Mr Bing and Lucas Sin of Junzi share their insights on current trends in the Chinese cuisine landscape in America. They also discuss how missions drive their businesses, and the role food plays in transcending cultural boundaries.