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Recap: Visions Book Launch with Ben Wang, 9.25.21

Sep 29, 2021

On September 25, China Institute celebrated the publication of Visions: East and West 松風山月, Translations of Selected Tang Poems, a new book created by a group of students studying Tang […]

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Recap: Chip Dreams: Will China Catch Up with the West?, 9.23.21

Sep 27, 2021

Will China achieve its tech dreams? It all depends on whether it can produce advanced semiconductor chips, the tiny piece of metal that are crucial to the functionality of smartphones, […]

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Recap: Science Fiction and the Future of AI in China, 9.16.21

Sep 24, 2021

How will artificial intelligence change our world? Kai-Fu Lee, former president of Google China and bestselling author of AI Superpowers, and celebrated novelist Chen Qiufan, author of sci-fi sensation Waste […]

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Recap: Mandarin Lunch and Learn, Session 19: Gazing at River’s South, 9.10.21

Sep 17, 2021

The Mandarin “Lunch and Learn 午间中文” is a free, online, monthly ‘Read-Aloud’ series for Chinese language learners of all levels. Enjoy the September 2021 Mandarin Lunch and Learn Workshop, featuring […]

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Recap: In Search of China’s Soul: Why Confucius Matters Today, 9.14.21

Sep 16, 2021

Scholar, philosopher, and political sage, Confucius is synonymous with Chinese morality and culture. But how much do most of us actually know about his thinking? How did Confucianism become the […]

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Recap: Pieces of China (S4, E1): Melinda Liu on the Imperial Kilns, 9.9.21

Sep 10, 2021

Pieces of China is an online series using objects to tell the story of China. Our Season 4 premiere featured Melinda Liu, Beijing Bureau Chief for Newsweek, revealing a lesser […]

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