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Recap: Pieces of China (S3, E7): Ben Wang on Qi Baishi’s Chicks, 3.25.21

Mar 31, 2021

Pieces of China is an online series using objects to tell the story of China. Season 3, Episode 7 explores one of the most revered masters of Chinese painting, Qi […]

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Recap- The Forbidden City at 600: Women in the Imperial Palace, 3.17.21

Mar 25, 2021

The Forbidden City at 600 is an online series celebrating the architecture, history, design, and secrets of Beijing’s iconic Forbidden City complex, now known as The Palace Museum. In the […]

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Statement on Violence Against Asian Americans

Mar 18, 2021

China Institute stands with Chinese and AAPI communities across the country, united against discrimination and violence. We are neighbors, family, friends, and we all share the same dreams. China Institute […]

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Recap: Pieces of China (S3, E6): Derek Sandhaus on Baijiu (白酒), China’s Fiery Alcohol, 3.11.21

Mar 15, 2021

Pieces of China is an online series using objects to tell the story of China. Season 3, Episode 5 explores the distilled spirit known as “Baijiu,” 白酒,developed by the Ming […]

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Recap: A Taste of China, Episode 5: Sizzling Sichuan, 3.9.21

Mar 10, 2021

A Taste of China is an online series in partnership with WildChina pairing taste with place to explore China’s vast culinary landscape. In the series’ fifth episode, we traveled live […]

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Recap: Getting to Zero with Jeff Sachs and Ma Jun, 3.4.21

Mar 8, 2021

China and the U.S. are the two greatest emitters of carbon, so their environmental and economic policies have the power to either save or destroy the planet. On March 4, […]

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Recap: Pieces of China (S3, E5): James Fallows on China’s Aviation Ambitions, 2.25.21

Mar 2, 2021

Pieces of China is an online series using objects to tell the story of China. Season 3, Episode 5 explores a hair-raising flight across China by James Fallows, national correspondent […]

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