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China Institute(NY):China After Third Plenum:Promises & Risks
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June 2014

China Institute(NY):China After Third Plenum:Promises & Risks
Summer at China Institute
China Institute(NY):China After Third Plenum:Promises & Risks
2014 Children's Summer Program
Make your child's summer a fun-filled experience by enrolling in the Children's Summer Program at China Institute. More...
China Institute(NY):China After Third Plenum:Promises & Risks
China Impact Speaker Series
Join us for lunch with Stephen Roach to discuss themes in his recently released book, Unbalanced:The Codependency of America and China. More...
China Institute(NY):China After Third Plenum:Promises & Risks
China Impact Speaker Series
Professor Warren McFarlan, Harvard Business School, will discuss China's ability to lead and the limits of its power and growth. More...

 

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General Highlights:

Education
Adult Language & Studio Classes ~ Summer Program
Summer classes start on June 30, 2014. Enrollment is limited. Register NOW to save your spot! China Institute offers a wide range of Language and Studio Classes.

In the language program, we offer well-designed and student-centered Mandarin classes to adult learners at every proficiency level, from beginner to advanced. In the Summer Semester, we offer 6-week intensive classes in addition to our regular 5-week classes. Unlike the academic year, our Summer Program is shorter with fewer course offerings – secure your seat by registering today!

  • • Summer Intensive Mandarin-Beginner(I)
  • • Summer Intensive Mandarin-Beginner(II)
  • • Beginner Level 1A
  • • Beginner Level 1B
  • • Beginner Level 1C
  • • Elementary Conversational Chinese(High Beginner)
  • • Intermediate Conversation
  • • Hot Topics in China(High Intermediate Speaking & Reading)

In the adult studio program, we continue to offer our long-standing and well-received art and culture courses, including Chinese calligraphy, brush painting and Taijiquan.

2014-2015 Chinese for Children Afterschool Classes ~ Registration OPEN!
Registration for Fall 2014 Afterschool Classes is now open! Sign up for the full Academic Year and receive a FREE China Institute family membership. Our team of experienced, native-speaking teachers will immerse your children in both the Chinese language and culture through our fun, highly interactive and student-centered curriculum. More...

Open House - Learn Chinese with China Institute! ~ June 6, 2014
On Friday, June 6, China Institute invites you to join us for a free Language Open House from 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm. Meet our staff and teachers, join a short language demo class for adults, and experience a program for kids to have fun with Chinese language and culture. Browse our exhibition of Chinese art, and enjoy some food and snacks while learning about all of our exciting programs! Please RSVP by June 3 to Mr. Aaron Nicholson at 212-744-8181 ext. 138 or by email at anicholson@chinainstitute.org.

Gallery
Inspired by Dunhuang:Re-creation in Contemporary Chinese Art ~ Closes June 8, 2014
Last chance! The Gallery's current exhibition, Inspired by Dunhuang:Re-creation in Contemporary Chinese Art, closes on June 8, 2014.

Like the old masters before them, modern and contemporary luminaries, such as Zhang Daqian, Zhang Hongtu, Liu Jude, Liu Dan, and Yu Hong, have sought inspiration from Dunhuang's ancient sculptures and murals. Inspired by Dunhuang presents the breathtaking results of their painstaking and creative efforts, which capture the experience of Dunhuang in ways that are powerfully transformative. With its carefully curated group of paintings, calligraphy, sculptures, photographs, and mixed media installations that encompass a variety of themes and forms, this exhibition is a pioneering exploration of the historical, literary, artistic, and conceptual nature of the inspiration and influence exerted by Dunhuang's thousand-year-old tradition on contemporary artistic creation. Organized by China Institute Gallery, this exhibition is curated by Willow Weilan Hai, Director of China Institute Gallery, and Jerome Silbergeld, the P.Y. and Kinmay W. Tang Professor of Chinese Art History, the Chair of the Department of Art & Archaeology at Princeton University, and the Director of Princeton's Tang Center for East Asian Art. More...

Blossoming Seeds of Vision ~ Opens June 25, 2014
A bi-annual showcase of artwork, Blossoming Seeds of Vision will highlight hundreds of outstanding artworks providing a glimpse into the talent and potential of the students and teachers at China Institute. The works they have created honor and contribute to exceptional Chinese art and culture. More...

Corporate Programs
China Impact Speaker Series with Stephen Roach ~ June 10, 2014
Join us for lunch as we welcome Stephen Roach, senior fellow at Yale University and former chairman of Morgan Stanley Asia, for a discussion of themes highlighted in his recently released book, Unbalanced:The Codependency of America and China. Topics for discussion will include the various conflicts at the center of current bilateral tensions, including disputes over trade policies and intellectual property rights, contrasts in leadership styles, and the role of the Internet in society. More...

China Impact Speaker Series with Warren McFarlan ~ June 17, 2014
Join us for an installment of the China Impact Speaker Series as we welcome Professor Warren McFarlan, Harvard Business School, for a discussion of China's ability to lead in the face of major challenges, including a lack of accountability and transparency, and limits on its power and future economic growth. Drawing on Harvard Business School case studies on Chinese and foreign companies doing business in the region, in Can China Lead? McFarlan and his co-authors assert that China is at an inflection point that cannot be ignored. An understanding of the forces that continue to shape its business landscape is crucial to establishing – and maintaining – a successful enterprise in China. More...

Programs & Events
Egg Rolls and Egg Creams Festival ~ June 8, 2014
Join us on Sunday, June 8 from 12pm-4pm at the Egg Rolls and Egg Creams Festival! This block party, organized by the Museum at Eldridge Street, celebrates both the Chinese and Jewish communities of the Lower East Side/Chinatown neighborhood. The festival will feature Chinese opera and acrobatics, klezmer music, Yiddish and Chinese language lessons, mah jongg, scribal arts, food, crafts, synagogue tours, and more! Be sure to stop by China Institute's table where we will have some fun activities

 

China Institute(NY):China After Third Plenum:Promises & Risks

CHINA IMPACT SPEAKER SERIES

China After the Third Plenum:Promises and Risks

  • Economic Dynamics and Challenges after the Third Plenum
  • Xi-Wang's Anti-corruption Campaign and Risks
  • Ongoing China-Japan-US Tensions 

FEATURED SPEAKER

CHENG LI

Director, John L. Thornton China Center
Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy
Brookings Institution

MODERATED BY

Dorinda Elliott

Adjunct Professor

Stony Brook University

Monday, May 12, 2014

6:15 - 8:00 PM

Discussion followed by Cocktails

 

VENUE HOST

China Institute(NY):China After Third Plenum:Promises & Risks 

Warwick Hotel New York
Avenue of the Americas at 65 West 54th Street

New York, NY 10019

 

Individual Tickets:$60 member / $75 non-member

 

China Institute(NY):China After Third Plenum:Promises & Risks

Reservations Required ~ Refunds are not available


For information on China Institute's corporate programs and corporate membership, please email corporate@chinainstitute.org.

 

China Institute(NY):China After Third Plenum:Promises & Risks
In celebration of The Year of Dunhuang
China Institute Gallery 
requests the honor of your presence at

The Orchid Pavilion Salon

 

Friday, May 9, 2014, 6:00 - 8:00 pm

  

China Institute Gallery welcomes the New York community of Chinese art
and history lovers to our second annual Orchid Pavilion Salon.

6:15 pm
Gallery Tour of our current exhibition
Inspired by Dunhuang: Re-creation in Contemporary Chinese Art
with Willow Weilan Hai, Director of China Institute Gallery
6:30 pm
Reception with wine and other refreshments
6:30 - 7:00 pm
Artwork Show and Tell with the
New York China Association of Collectors
7:15 - 8:00 pm
Screening of the film, Guarding Dunhuang

 

China Institute in America
125 East 65th Street
New York, New York 10065

RSVP by Tuesday, May 6, 2014, to Jennifer Lima

212-744-8181 ext. 146

 jlima@chinainstitute.org

This event is sponsored by the New York China Association of Collectors
China Institute(NY):China After Third Plenum:Promises & Risks


中國篆刻藝術

China Institute(NY):China After Third Plenum:Promises & Risks

  

(English summary:Chinese painting, calligraphy and the art of seal carving are inextricably linked. Chinese seals can be traced back over 4,000 years and have evolved over time from an object of everyday use to a unique form of art. Mr. Su Donghe, an accomplished calligrapher and seal maker from Shandong, China, will introduce the audience to the fascinating world of Chinese seal carving.)

篆刻藝術在中國源遠流長華美人文學會於427日(週日)2時至4時特請國內篆刻大家和書法大家蘇東河先生做"中國篆刻藝術"的專題講座。蘇先生在講座中將研討篆刻藝術在中國的起源與發展,介紹歷史上的名璽美印、篆刻的技術,印章在书画上的应用,同時他也將向聽眾展示他篆刻的印章並做實地篆刻示範。 

蘇東河,中國書法家協會會員、中國書法藝術研究院研究員、山東畫院畫師,漱玉印社秘書長。其印作品意態跌宕,鬱勃飛動;或樸厚稚拙,瀟散簡致;或內蘊豐厚,清新典雅。自1982年起篆刻作品在國內外100多家報刊發表600餘方,併入選第六屆全國書法篆刻大展、首屆全篆刻大展等及全國重大書法篆刻展,曾獲20幾個大獎。曾為華國鋒、谷牧、趙樸初、沙孟海、吳作人、黃冑、韓美林等當代名人士治印。 1993年受文化部之託,為泰國王宮刻10公分巨印,得到文化部領導及泰國官員的稱讚。其傳略入選《中國當代書法家辭典》、《當代書法藝術大全》、《中國印學後鑑》、《國際現代書畫篆刻家大辭典》、《中國當代藝術界名人錄》等多種辭書。

講座免費。因座位有限,請預先訂位。網上訂位請訪 http://chineselectures.org/042714.html

Date:Sunday, April 27, 2014

Time:2:00-4:00 pm

China Institute

125 East 65th Street

New York, New York 10065

646-912-8861

www.chinainstitute.org

General Highlights:

Education
2014 Children's Summer Program ~ Registration OPEN!
Make your child's summer a fun-filled experience by enrolling in the Children's Summer Program at China Institute. Designed for children ages 3 to 9, the Children's Summer Program offers instruction of Chinese language and culture in an exciting and interactive environment. Language instruction is led by experienced Chinese language teachers. Additionally, children will participate in various cultural activities, such as Chinese folk dance, theatrical performances, arts and crafts, storytelling, and cooking. Friday field trips to many New York City child-friendly institutions will give your child a chance to enjoy the summer sun. More...

Summer Study in China 2014 ~ Apply Today!
Are you interested in studying abroad in China with China Institute this summer? Are you interested in a program that has the perfect balance of language instruction as well as cultural experiences? China Institute's Summer Study in China(SSC)program offers high school students the opportunity to receive intensive language training within an immersed cultural environment. Through rigorous small group daily language classes, various kinds of cultural workshops, living with host families, and traveling around different cities, students will not only improve their Chinese fluency and pronunciation, but also understand every aspect of the country more deeply. More...

Adult Language & Studio Classes ~ Registration Open for Summer 2014
China Institute offers a wide range of Language and Studio Classes. Register by May 15th to receive up to $50 off tuition! Classes start on June 30, 2014.

In the language program, we offer well-designed and student-centered Mandarin classes to adult learners at every proficiency level, from beginner to advanced. In the Summer Semester, we offer six-week intensive classes in addition to our regular classes.

In the adult studio program, we continue to offer our long-standing and well-received art and culture courses, including Chinese calligraphy, brush painting and Taijiquan.

Music and Dance Workshop for Kids:Let's Sing and Dance in Chinese Together! ~ Starts May 4, 2014
Sing and dance with classical Chinese children's songs with a modern electronic beat! In this four-session music workshop series, kids will learn five famous Chinese children's songs from the album Little Dragon Tales. Produced by the electronic music group the Shanghai Restoration Project in 2011, Little Dragon Tales adds a modern electronic beat to classical Chinese children's songs. Singing and dancing with the songs together, kids will learn Chinese and have fun with music! More...

NEW! Short Course for Adults:Let's Sing in Chinese! ~ 3 Sessions(May 16, 23 & 30, 2014)
Have you ever heard a catchy song and caught yourself singing the melody for days on end? Studies have proven that our brains are programmed to register a musical melody far more easily than a spoken phrase. How about using this phenomenon to improve how we learn Mandarin? By learning Mandarin through favorite pop stars and songs, we will not only learn new words but also be able to reap the benefits of correct pronunciation from native speakers. And, you never know, you might improve your singing skills, too! In this short course, we will work with four Mandarin songs, including songs from 1950′s movies, folk and popular songs, and recent popular electronic music. The Mandarin vocabulary from the songs will enhance your comprehension and speaking skills while videos and recordings will introduce you to Chinese pop culture. Lastly, vocal techniques will expand your range and strengthen your voice. For more information, click here and go to the Short Courses tab.

NEW! A Course on the Uniqueness of Chinese ~ 5 Sessions(Starts May 20, 2014)
All languages are interesting in their respective ways. For a genuine uniqueness, Chinese is nonpareil, as it singularly blends high music and captivating pictures, resulting in the visceral quality of the language. Every character, like a pearl, glows as a pictographic symbol that tells a story alternately moralistic, somber, amusing, or melancholy. Chinese is a written language that possesses a luster all its own, to be treasured like a painting, and thus these pearl-like characters must be set to what the Chinese perceive to be the right sounds and tones(pitches). This course will explore the musicality of the language and the artistic and ingenious features of the written characters as living images of the Chinese culture. An in-depth understanding of Chinese written characters, their sounds, and the tonal system enables one to grasp the structure of the Chinese language and, through all this learning, come to understand the culture and people of China. For more information, click here and go to the Short Courses tab.

Mandarin for Future Mandarin Teachers(MFMT)~ Applications accepted through May 8, 2014
Mandarin for Future Mandarin Teachers(MFMT)was established in 2006 through Confucius Institute at China Institute(CI@CI), a partnership between China Institute and East China Normal University(ECNU), located in Shanghai. This summer program provides scholarships for a select group of pre-service and in-service Chinese language teachers to take professional development courses taught by distinguished ECNU professors who are leading scholars in their respective fields. More...

Gallery
Inspired by Dunhuang:Re-creation in Contemporary Chinese Art ~ Through June 8, 2014
Like the old masters before them, modern and contemporary luminaries, such as Zhang Daqian, Zhang Hongtu, Liu Jude, Liu Dan, and Yu Hong, have sought inspiration from Dunhuang's ancient sculptures and murals. Inspired by Dunhuang presents the breathtaking results of their painstaking and creative efforts, which capture the experience of Dunhuang in ways that are powerfully transformative. With its carefully curated group of paintings, calligraphy, sculptures, photographs, and mixed media installations that encompass a variety of themes and forms, this exhibition is a pioneering exploration of the historical, literary, artistic, and conceptual nature of the inspiration and influence exerted by Dunhuang's thousand-year-old tradition on contemporary artistic creation. Organized by China Institute Gallery, this exhibition is curated by Willow Weilan Hai, Director of China Institute Gallery, and Jerome Silbergeld, the P.Y. and Kinmay W. Tang Professor of Chinese Art History, the Chair of the Department of Art & Archaeology at Princeton University, and the Director of Princeton's Tang Center for East Asian Art. More...

2nd Annual Orchid Pavilion Salon ~ May 9, 2014
China Institute Gallery welcomes the New York community of Chinese art and history lovers to appreciate our current exhibition, Inspired by Dunhuang:Re-creation in Contemporary Chinese Art, and to resume the traditional literati gathering. More...

Members' Events
Young Associates:Golden Visions of Densatil Tour ~ May 10, 2014
Join the China Institute Young Associates at Asia Society on May 10th and welcome Spring with a docent-led tour of its current exhibition, Golden Visions of Densatil. Focusing on the Densatil monastery, one of Tibet's great treasures, the exhibition contains numerous examples of the exquisite gilt copper statuary, resplendent with inlays of semiprecious stones that adorned the monastery's tashi gomang stupas. Tour will be led by Asia Society's Jane Draizen at 2:30pm, with an optional brunch at Asia Society's Garden Court Café at 11:45am. Tour is free of charge, and is a CIYA members only event. RSVP via email to jiayiwang@verizon.net by May 3rd.

Young Associates:APIA Heritage Cherry Blossom Cocktail Party ~ May 15, 2014
May is Asian Pacific Islander American(APIA)Heritage Month and the China Institute Young Associates are co-hosting a Cherry Blossom Cocktail Party in celebration of our shared and diverse cultural heritage! The evening will be opened with a welcome and Q&A with Congressman Charles Rangel, of New York's 13th District. Festivities for the evening will also include a photo booth with heritage-related props, an open bar with catered Asian-inspired hors d'oeuvres, access to view Japan Society's Treasures of Japan exhibition from the Brooklyn Museum's collection, and of course, major networking opportunities! More...

Renwen Society
Lecture - Songs of the Heart:The Magnificent Tang Poetry ~ May 31, 2014
Classical Chinese poetry is a unique, seemingly impersonal record of what a poet sees in life and how it is reflected in Nature. It's a pictorial composition set in matching tones, resulting in a union of literary and musical intensity and emotional depth. A fine classical Chinese poem is a bridge for readers to wander into the mind and heart of the poet who inspires us to marvel at the beauty of this literary genre, which transcends the boundary of time and place, portraying life with all its joys and sorrows in metaphors and similes. Classical Chinese poetry reached its heights during the Tang dynasty(618-907). In this lecture, given in Chinese, Ben Wang, Senior Lecturer of Language and Humanities at China Institute and Co-Chair of the Renwen Society, will introduce selected works by two of the great masters of the late Tang period:Du Mu(803-852)and Li Shangyin(812-858). Detailed discussion of the poems will reveal the beauty and profundity of the works. Also explored in this discussion will be the political and social background of the late Tang dynasty, against which these poems were composed, and the relationship between Chinese poetry, music, painting and major schools of thought. More...

Programs & Events
SHEN WEI DANCE ARTS:NYC Season ~ April 29 - May 4, 2014
Join Blue Cloud Award Honoree, Shen Wei, as he transforms Judson Church into a floating aerial installation for his ingeniously re-imagined MAP that includes a world premiere of a new solo performed by Shen Wei himself. "Shen Wei is resolutely experimental, amassing a body of works so strikingly original they defy categorization…MAP is a brilliant mesmerizing flow of invention."(The Boston Globe). For tickets, please visit www.shenweidancearts.org or call 866-811-4111.

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Date: 22 May 2014 6:00 PM UTC-07:00
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THURSDAY, MAY 22ND 2014 FROM 6PM - 9PM
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500 SOUTH GRAND AVE. SUITE 2400, LOS ANGELES CA 90071
The ACCS business mixer offers business CEOs & professionals the opportunity to network between Chinese business leaders and U.S. business leaders from array of industries. For this after hours event, ACCS have brought you freshly made mixture of Chinese food and American food with selection of beverages for you to enjoy. Be sure to bring many of your business cards to participate with the professional business exchange game hosted by Mark Rafter. This is a RSVP event only with limited tickets available. Please RSVP for you and a guest at your earliest convenience!
RSVP Deadline: Wednesday 4PM, May 21th 2014.
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