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Jimmy L.说:留言于2016-03-08 09:43:38(第58条)
1. 祝 天下女士們三八節快樂 !!! - 三八婦女節向女士們問候, 也供男士們參考

2. 在三八婦女節來臨之際,向女性們致以節日的問候。祝所有姐妹們:

3. 世界上有兩件事最難:一是把自己的思想裝進別人的腦袋裡;二是把別人的錢裝進自己的口袋裡。前者成功了叫老師,後者成功了叫老闆,兩者都成功了叫老婆。 “三八”節即將來臨,溫馨提示:家和萬事興,跟老師鬥是不想學了,跟老闆鬥是不想混了,跟老婆鬥是不想活了。同時,請大家牢記女人不能隨便惹:秦始皇惹了孟姜女,剛修的長城被哭倒了;曹操惹了小喬,赤壁木船被火燒光了;李世民惹了武媚娘,江山被奪走了;咸豐惹了慈禧,清朝滅亡了;…所以要好好尊重你身邊的女人。不要和她鬧!天乾物燥,小心她鬧。
婦女節快樂 !!!
UCLA Center for Chinese Studies说:留言于2016-03-08 07:25:15(第57条)
Conspicuous Dharma: Han Chinese Practitioners of Tibetan Buddhism in the PRC - Talk by John Osburg, University of Rochester
Wednesday, March 9, 2016
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Bunche Hall 10383, UCLA
In the context of a perceived spiritual and moral crisis in Chinese society, growing numbers of Han Chinese are turning to Tibetan Buddhism for ethical guidance. This talk is based on an ethnographic study of a group of wealthy, urban Han Chinese who have become followers of Tibetan Buddhism and patrons of reincarnated lamas and charismatic Tibetan monks. I will examine the sources of the appeal of Tibetan Buddhism for wealthy Chinese and the range of ways in which they integrate Buddhist principles and ritual practice into their lives. For some, donations to monks serve as a form of “spiritual protection money” that will safeguard their businesses and enhance their careers, while for others Buddhist principles become the basis for dramatic moral and social transformation. John Osburg is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Rochester, USA. His is the author of Anxious Wealth: Money and Morality Among China’s New Rich (Stanford, 2013). His research interests include morality, political corruption, gender and sexuality, and spirituality in contemporary China. His current research examines wealthy Han Chinese who have become followers and patrons of Tibetan Buddhism.

UCLA Center for Chinese Studies
11381 Bunche Hall, Los Angeles, CA 90095
Campus Mail Code: 148703
Tel: (310) 825-8683 Fax: (310) 206-3555
China Institute NY说:留言于2016-03-08 05:15:03(第56条)
Adult Spring Programs Open House
Join us for our Adult Programs Open House:
Mandarin, Calligraphy, Tai chi + More!
Wednesday, March 23rd, 4:00PM-7:00PM
40 Rector Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10006
Spring semester will start the week of April 11, 2016. China Institute invites you to join us for a free Language & Culture Open House for our Adult Programs. Meet our staff and teachers, learn about class schedules, explore textbooks, get assessed for level placement, and enjoy some food and snacks. China Institute offers a wide range of Chinese language classes for students at every proficiency level and with different expectations or goals. We also offer language classes with a specialized focus on grammar, reading, speaking and writing. Classes run on a quarterly basis, with sessions for Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer, so you may join us at nearly anytime! An additional bonus to all registered students is our FREE Tutoring Office Hour Program at our downtown headquarters. We operate Chinese language classes at two convenient locations: 40 Rector Street and 151East 65th Street (off Lexington).
Check out Spring class schedule: Downtown Location UES Location
Program Includes:
* Meet our staff and teachers
* Browse textbooks
* Learn about our class schedules
* Free assessment for level placement
* Enjoy some light refreshments
To RSVP, email: Tina Fang tfang@chinainstitute.org or call 212-744-8181 ext. 150
江苏教育网说:留言于2016-03-08 01:39:56(第55条)
李健2016巡回演唱会说:留言于2016-03-08 01:35:47(第54条)
华人歌手李健2016「看见李健」巡回演唱会即将于3月20日在纽约举办。李健此次演唱会将由四大主题组成:看见青春-看见爱情-看见大地-看见人生。四大篇章代表了李健的自我解构,既是已创作作品的"四大乐章",也是已走过的"四幕人生"。「看见李健」将以朴实而深刻的方式,让乐迷们眼见、心见一位完整的李健,也让所有的"异乡人"能在这里跟着他,看见故乡的灯光。出道十余年,李健的音乐干净、诗意、质朴,如一股清泉流淌在听者心间。除了诗歌般的中文唱词,更善于通过歌声与旋律表达意境情绪。随着2015年《我是歌手》节目的播出,这位被形容为"中国的Leonard Cohen(莱昂纳多·科恩)"的独立音乐人,很快受到了大范围的瞩目和赞许,并在随即展开的个人巡回演唱会中创造了场场一票难求的佳绩。此次来到美国举办2016「看见李健」世界巡回演唱会纽约站演出,李健将为对他期待已久的在美华人听友,带来众多见人见心的温暖之作,同时让海外观众一睹这位中国极具人文气质的"音乐诗人"所带来的高水准现场。TVC在线观看链接:
纽约站时间:2016年3月20日 19:00
地点:Lincoln Center-David Geffen Hall 林肯中心-大卫格芬厅
实体店购票:Legend West Village, 82 West 3rd Street, NY NY 10012 老格蔸
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网络购票后,请在演唱会当天6点45之前在剧场取票,请联系电话:929 231 7588
G.说:留言于2016-03-07 02:11:50(第53条)
Thanks so much. This is wonderful.
Best regards, G
美国华文文艺界协会说:留言于2016-03-06 00:50:20(第52条)
Dear 美国华裔教授专家网主编: 您好!收到每期网刊,衷心感谢!
E.L.说:留言于2016-03-05 06:55:15(第51条)
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美国华文网说:留言于2016-03-05 06:21:08(第50条)
重要视频新闻,采访直击: 北京惊现会传染的癌症!
评论一: 首先是聚餐一定要用公筷,这个传统我们要破!
评论二: 很多不良卫生习惯也要破!
California Institute of Advanced Management说:留言于2016-03-05 04:09:03(第49条)
“Perils of Social Perception: Implications for Leadership and Professional Development”
- Dr. Yarrow Dunham, Professor at Yale
Wednesday, March 9th - 6PM
(Video Conference Room)
While we all acknowledge that other people are frequently biased in their judgments of others, we tend to think that we ourselves are not, a phenomenon that has beed dubbed "the bias blindspot." In fact few of us are free of bias in our social judgments. In my presentation I will focus on the special case of unintentional or "implicit" bias, and discuss its implications for cases central to leadership such as hiring, promotion, and creating a positive work environment. Finally, I will discuss some simple ways in which we can reduce or eliminate our own biases, improving both our ethical and professional outcomes. Contacting (626)350-1500.

"Core Marketing" - Dr. Aimee Drolet Rossi, Professor at UCLA
Saturday, March 12th - 9 AM
(Video Conference Room)
An overview of the three C's and four P's of Core Marketing. Consumer, Company, Competition and Price, Product, Place, and Promotion. Aimee Drolet Rossi specializes in consumer decision-making and teaches in the full-time MBA, Fully Employed MBA and doctoral programs at UCLA Anderson she is also the school’s current marketing area chair. She co-authored and co-edited The Aging Consumer: Perspectives from Psychology and Economics, named one of Choice Magazine’s Top 10 Outstanding Academic Titles in Business, Management and Labor in 2011. It examines how population aging and the changing consumption habits of older adults may alter the consumer market.
Location: Video Conference Room
Renwen Society说:留言于2016-03-05 04:03:37(第48条)
The Effect of Early Western Movies and Theatre on China
Sunday, March 20th, 2:00PM-4:00PM
40 Rector Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10006
The introduction of early Western theatre and movies into China in the 1850s and 1890s respectively contributed to an unprecedented cultural blending between the East and the West. Prof. Tang Zhenhai, a literary critic, will analyze the effect on China by revealing how the Western theatre and movies forced their way into a closed country and were readily embraced by the public.
MissouriState.edu说:留言于2016-03-05 01:23:21(第47条)
Dear Colleague,
We have just been notified by the NSF that our application for an REU grant for this summer has been recommended for funding. Please encourage your students to apply to our program. Our tentative date for first consideration is March 11. Our website is: http://math.missouristate.edu/reu

Les, Jorge, Xingping, and Steve
If you have any questions, please email: LesReid@MissouriState.edu or JRebaza@MissouriState.edu
杭州市萧山区委组织部说:留言于2016-03-04 14:00:07(第46条)
网络与信息安全已经成为国家安全的关键组成部分和重要安全保障,为了满足国家对网络与信息安全领域高层次人才、技术项目的迫切需求,杭州萧山区组织部(人才办)、人社局、杭州信息安全产业园共同举办“海创中国杭州行(信息安全培训)研讨会”,本次活动主要邀请信息安全、云计算、大数据、移动互联网等领域的培训专家、海外高层次人才参加。 活动将组织研讨网络信息安全人才培训、聘任培训教师与咨询专家。
一、活动主办: 杭州市萧山区委组织部(人才办)、人力资源和社会保障局 承办: 杭州信息安全产业园
二、参加人员: 1、海外高层次人才、培训教师; 2、有技术需求对接的企业家代表; 3、 杭州信息安全产业园等创业平台
三、活动时间: 2016年4月17日- 19日(17日报到、18日活动、19日返程)
四、活动报名: 下载填写活动报名表,并连同相关附件材料于3月25日前发送至:service@sci-tec.org
五、参会补助: 对正式受邀参加活动的人才,给予相应的差旅补贴,补贴标准:1500元/人;提供活动期间杭州萧山的免费食宿。
六、参会说明: 本次活动仅限信息安全方向的专家、高层次人才、培训教师(信息网络安全、云计算、大数据、移动互联网等)参加。
联系: 0571-22851809
China US Friendship说:留言于2016-03-04 10:26:28(第45条)
Dear Friends,
Please click www.ChinaUSFriendship.com to read
1) “Why Beijing’s South China Sea Moves Make Sense Now” by Greg Austin;
2) “On the three separatisms China is facing” by Binghe Shui ; and
3) “2015 Meet the Author - James Bradley – ‘The China Mirage’ - Full Version” by James Bradley.
In the Music Section, we have “Top 10 Live of Tan Weiwei” : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dxpyf_hpux0
Cathay Bank说:留言于2016-03-04 01:40:14(第44条)
Alice Y.说:留言于2016-03-04 01:39:12(第43条)
B O W E R S M U S E U M说:留言于2016-03-04 01:35:48(第42条)
MUMMIES OF THE WORLD - Opens March 19th!
3月17日(星期四),10am -12:30pm
Contact: 949-394-4041; axfyuan@bowers.org
2002 North Main Street, Santa Ana, CA 92706
T: 714.567.3637 F: 714.567.3603
WPC说:留言于2016-03-04 00:30:04(第41条)

NAAAP说:留言于2016-03-03 23:45:55(第40条)
CESASC & NAAAP of LA proudly present the fourth seminar- in a series of six sessions for cracking The “Bamboo Ceiling” 6th Seminar: How to Be a Good Guest and a Good Host & How to Receive and Give Constructive Advice
Sunday, Mar.13, 2016
1:30 PM to 2:00 PM. Networking
2:00 PM to 4:30 PM Seminar
Location: Radio Golden Vintage, 601 Las Tunas Dr. #100, Arcadia, CA 91007
Light Refreshments will be served.
Please register at crackingbambooceiling.eventbrite.com
China Institute NY说:留言于2016-03-03 23:42:08(第39条)
Asia Week Events: Gallery Talks at Christie's New York
Friday, March 11th, 2016
20 Rockefeller Plaza New York, NY
Elizabeth Hammer: Chinese Paintings (2:00PM)
Michael Xie: Chinese Paintings* (3:00PM - *Talk in Mandarin)

Asia Week New York Event
From Jingdezhen to the Forbidden City: Porcelain for the Imperial Household
Wednesday, March 17th, 6:30-8:00PM
40 Rector Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10006
There will be a reception following the lecture.
Virginia Bower, Adjunct Associate Professor at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, will deliver a lecture on imperial Chinese porcelain from the collection
of the Palace Museum in Beijing, discussing the artistry and ceremonial use of these artworks. Learn More Forward to a Friend!
212-744-8181 ext. 138
四川省侨办说:留言于2016-03-03 10:33:10(第38条)

四川省人民政府外事侨务办公室 四川省海外交流协会
jmu.edu.cn说:留言于2016-03-03 08:38:44(第37条)
Thank you very much .

Best regards, SY
The Research Centre of Talent Selection说:留言于2016-03-03 08:33:41(第36条)
jlau.edu.cn说:留言于2016-03-03 08:28:25(第35条)
Thanks very much. Have a good day. Sofie
中国知网国际出版中心说:留言于2016-03-02 15:55:06(第34条)
http://tp.cnki.net 是我们中国知网国际出版中心编译快报,欢迎您阅读并给出建议。感谢在2015年里您对我们的大力支持,2016年我们的项目也会越来越成熟,希望可以跟您继续更好的合作~。编译快报最后一页附有我们中心官网和双语数据库,欢迎您登陆阅读。我们项目的壮大离不开您的支持,相信有了您们,我们项目会越来越好!再次感谢您!

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SOMSA说:留言于2016-03-02 15:49:46(第33条)
2016 Special Operations Medical Association Scientific Assembly
May 23-26, 2016
Charlotte Convention Center, Charlotte, North Carolina
Registration is Now Open. Early Registration Deadline - April 6.
Contact: publisher@jsomonline.org

Call for Abstracts for the 2016 Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury Summit
The Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury (DCoE) invites health care professionals to submit abstracts for the 2016 DCoE Summit, September 13-15, 2016. Abstract topics for oral presentation may refer to any topic related to advances in diagnostics and treatments of psychological health and/or traumatic brain injury in military health care.
Closing Date for Abstracts:
All abstracts must be received no later than 11:59pm (EDT) on April 11, 2016.
For Abstract Guidelines & Submission information, go to http://dcoe.adobeconnect.com/abstracts2016/event/event_info.html.
For all inquiries regarding abstracts and speakers, please contact usarmy.ncr.medcom-usamrmc-dcoe.mbx.dcoe-summit-event@mail.mil.
Journal of Special Operations Medicine说:留言于2016-03-02 15:41:21(第32条)
Big News! The University of Pittsburgh has recently updated their BS in Emergency Medicine to officially recognize the SOCOM ATP card. Direct any questions to Walt Alan Stoy, PhD, EMT-P, CCEMTP, Professor and Director of Emergency Medicine at the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of Pittsburgh and the Director of Educational and International Emergency Medicine at the Center for Emergency Medicine. Dr. Stoy can be reached at stoy@pitt.edu or 412-647-4667. We are also excited to announce that the JSOM Advanced Tactical Paramedic Protocols Handbook (ATP-P) 9th Edition is NOW available in Spanish in both digital and tablet format. We want to sincerely thank Juanjo Payo and his team for all the hard work they are doing for JSOM and the CoTCCC in translating these vital documents. Please read more about the Spanish 9th Edition in the announcements below.

Journal of Special Operations Medicine and Advanced Tactical Paramedic Protocols Handbook
南海局势研讨会说:留言于2016-03-02 15:27:04(第31条)
2016年3月7日 晚上7:30時~9:00分
New York University Campus
60 Washington Square S, New York, NY 10012
Room KC406
议题1. 南海U形线:历史与法律
议题2. 南海断续线划界行为和法学分析
如有兴趣在研讨会之前,共进晚餐交流,请6:00至 82 west 3rd street. NY NY 10012 (老格蔸川菜),餐费$50.
USC U.S.-China Institute说:留言于2016-03-02 15:19:58(第30条)
Conference: China's Growing Pains
Join us on Friday, April 22 for a day-long discussion of where China is, where it might be heading, and why it matters for the Chinese, the United States, and the world. Our roster of distinguished scholars and policy analysts will examine:
•the state of U.S.-China relations and China's geopolitical aims and tactics
•the state of China's economy and prospects for economic reforms
•the benefits and challenges of China's rapid and continuing urbanization
•if dominant political and social trends will foster the stability the party wants and the innovation the economy needs
Space at the conference is limited. Secure your place today.
WHEN:Friday, April 22, 2016 from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
WHERE:Grand Ballroom, Radisson Hotel at USC - 3540 S Figueroa St. Los Angeles, CA - View Map
COST:Register before April 3 for the early bird price of $75! $100 after April 3; $25 for students (must present valid student ID during check-in)
Included: Breakfast, lunch, refreshments, and conference goodies!

Other Events at USC
The Ancient Art Of Falling Down: Vaudeville Cinema Between Hollywood And China
March 2, 2016, 4-5:30pm
Taper Hall (THH) 102, USC Campus
USC Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures and the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism co-host a conversation between Christopher Rea and Henry Jenkins about how vaudeville differed between Hollywood and China.
U.S.-China Forum说:留言于2016-03-02 15:16:22(第29条)
Please join the USC U.S.-China Institute for a discussion of key issues involving the South China Sea and its disputed islands.
What: South China Sea: Conflict or Cooperation?
When: Friday, March 4, 2016, 10am-noon
Where: ASC 207, Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism, USC Campus
Cost: Free
For an area with the tiniest of populations, the South China Sea certainly gets a lot of attention from world leaders, military strategists, shippers, energy and fisheries planners, and the general public. A number of countries lay claim to islands and rocks in the 1.4 million square mile region. Much of the oil that powers the economies of China, Japan, and South Korea passes through the area. So does a huge share of global trade. China's built air strips, the Philippines has gone to court, Vietnam and China have sparred over oil exploration, the United States has sailed ships and flown planes near the disputed islands and rocks, and last month, Taiwan's President Ma Ying-jeou visited an island controlled by Taiwan's military, but claimed by three other governments. The region deserves the attention its getting. The event is sponsored by the USC U.S.-China Institute and the U.S.-China Forum.
Avoid traffic and get to USC by taking the Metro's Expo Line
Parking Structure X (PSX) : $12/day
Enter at the Figueroa Street Entrance at 35th Street (Entrance 3)
maliya说:留言于2016-03-02 15:08:53(第28条)
CESA说:留言于2016-03-02 11:50:22(第27条)
Dear CESASC members and friends,
The deadline for 2016 Scholarship application of Chinese-American Engineers and Scientists Association of Southern California (CESASC) is extended to March 15, 2016.
The scholarships is around $1000. All scholarship recipients are invited to the CESASC Annual Convention and network with professionals in the fields. Graduate student recipients may also be invited to present their research work at the CESASC Annual Convention. Each scholarship recipient will be paired up with a mentor who is a CESASC member. In the past eight years, CESASC gave away more than $70,000 in scholarships awarded to more than sixty excellent students. The 2016 Scholarship application form and FAQ files are attached for your convenience. More information about CESASC and the Scholarship can be found at http://cesasc.org/content/2016-cesasc-scholarship-open-application. All applications should be submitted to scholarship@cesasc.org.
Murrieta说:留言于2016-03-02 11:44:39(第26条)
Murrieta Logo-new: Trade Connect Regional
Trade Forum - How to Grow Your Business Through Exports
Wednesday, March 2, 2016 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Registration at 8:30 am
San Bernardino International Airport, International Terminal
275 North Leland Way, San Bernardino, CA 92408
Information Tables & Registration
Opening Remarks - Elected Officials & Special Invitees
Export Readiness
Finding and Expanding Overseas Markets
Financing and Insuring Overseas Sales
The Role of the Freight Forwarder in Assisting the Export Process
Export Capabilities of the Port & Airport
Q & A
Closing Remarks, Opportunity Drawing & Networking
Experts from:
U.S. Department of Commerce
U.S. Small Business Administration
San Bernardino International Airport
Port of Los Angeles
L.A. Customs Brokers & Freight Forwarders Association
EDCT Foundation
San Bernardino Community College District
Hosted by and Supporting Organizations:
No Cost Event
Contact Jean Coronel at: jcoronel@portla.org or
Register at: http://tinyurl.com/IntroTC30216
Free Parking
Refreshments will be served during the event.
China California Heart Watch说:留言于2016-03-02 11:36:02(第25条)
The Red Cross Rejects Campaign Was a Success! You Made it Possible! Our end of the year fund drive to save five children who were abandoned by the large foundations like the Red Cross has been successful beyond our expectations. Thirty thousand dollars were raised and all of these children can now be helped. We thank you, our donors for your kind generosity. There are so many children like the five you helped to save last year. We are hoping that your generosity will continue into 2016. Her Heart is Failing and She Needs Your Help! Xiao Wang is a 15 year old girl from Zhaotong Prefecture in Yunnan Province. Her Mom and Dad are farmers and their income is only 5,000 Yuan ($800) per year. She has severe leakage of one of her heart valves which is abnormally formed (tricuspid valve incompetence). This condition is relatively rare and surgical treatment is expensive and can only be done is special centers. Xiao Wang is frequently short of breath and cannot participate in physical education or dance classes though her dream is to learn Chinese and Western classical ballet. Fortunately, Xiao Wang can receive excellent surgical treatment from Professor Wu Qin Yu of Beijing’s Qing Hua University Hua Xin affiliate hospital. China California Heart Watch was able to raise $3,000 at a benefit dinner for Xiao Wang on January 24 but she needs another $7,000 to cover the cost of her surgical treatment in Beijing. Make a donation now or visit our donation page (www.chinacal.org) and annotate on the donation page your wish to support surgery for Xiao Wang.
1. If you donate between $1,000 and $4,000, I personally will match your sponsorship donations so that we can save Little Wang.
2. If you donate 150 dollars or more, we will send to you a beautiful tote bag like this:
3. If you live in the Orange County area and donate at least $500 during the month of February, Professor Lin Shin of the UCI department of Cell Biology and a known master in Tai Chi and Qi Gong, will give you a free half day lesson in the basics of Tai Chi on the UCI campus on a Tuesday at his convenience and yours. This is an unprecedented opportunity to be introduced to this art: www.chinacal.org

China California Heart Watch
28251 Silverado Canyon Road, # 517, Silverado, CA, 92676 USA
NY chinainstitute.org说:留言于2016-03-02 11:26:41(第24条)
Adult Spring Programs Open House
Join us for our Adult Programs Open House: Mandarin, Calligraphy, Tai chi + More!
Wednesday, March 23rd, 4:00PM-7:00PM
40 Rector Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10006
Spring semester will start the week of April 11, 2016. China Institute invites you to join us for a free Language & Culture Open House for our Adult Programs. Meet our staff and teachers, learn about class schedules, explore textbooks, get assessed for level placement, and enjoy some food and snacks.
China Institute offers a wide range of Chinese language classes for students at every proficiency level and with different expectations or goals. We also offer language classes with a specialized focus on grammar, reading, speaking and writing. Classes run on a quarterly basis, with sessions for Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer, so you may join us at nearly anytime! An additional bonus to all registered students is our FREE Tutoring Office Hour Program at our downtown headquarters. We operate Chinese language classes at two convenient locations: 40 Rector Street and 151East 65th Street (off Lexington). Learn More Forward to a Friend
Check out Spring class schedule: Downtown Location UES Location
Program Includes:
* Meet our staff and teachers
* Browse textbooks
* Learn about our class schedules
* Free assessment for level placement
* Enjoy some light refreshments
To RSVP, email: tfang@chinainstitute.org or call 212-744-8181 ext. 150
China Institute NY说:留言于2016-03-01 03:49:37(第23条)
Adult Classes Start the Week of April 11th, 2016
China Institute offers a wide range of Chinese language classes at every proficiency level, from beginner to advanced. The year-round Private Tutoring has been designed to meet an individual's specific language needs.Our experienced instructors can bring private lessons to any location of your choice, and at the convenience of your schedule. In the Studio Program, we'll offer short courses of Calligraphy, Brush Painting, and Tai Chi. Schedule an appointment for a quick 15 minute assessment! Please contact: tfang@chinainstitute.org or call 212-744-8181 ext. 150
CCS UCLA说:留言于2016-03-01 03:47:24(第22条)
The Age of Irreverence: A New History of Laughter in China
Thursday, March 03, 2016
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Bunche Hall 10383
Christopher Rea, University of British Columbia
China's entry in modernity was not just traumatic, but uproarious. As the Qing last dynasty fell, prominent writers compiled jokes to form collections called “histories of laughter.” In the first years of the republic, novelists, essayists, and illustrators used humorous allegories to make veiled critiques of the new government. Yet political and cultural discussion repeatedly erupted into invective, with critics gleefully jeering rivals in public. Farceurs drew followings in the popular press, promoting a culture of buffoonery. These expressions of hilarity proved so offensive to high-brow writers that they launched a campaign in the 1930s to displace old forms of mirth with a new one they called youmo(humor). What can we learn about history from those who laugh their way through it? Focusing on the case of China, this talk will discuss how political turmoil, new media, and other forces nurtured cultures of humor in a modernizing society, from the last days of empire to the digital age.
Christopher Rea is Associate Professor of Asian Studies and Director of the Centre for Chinese Research at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver. He is author of The Age of Irreverence: A New History of Laughter in China (California, 2015); editor of China’s Literary Cosmopolitans: Qian Zhongshu, Yang Jiang, and the World of Letters (Brill, 2015) and Humans, Beasts, and Ghosts: Stories and Essays by Qian Zhongshu (Columbia, 2011); and coeditor, with Nicolai Volland, of The Business of Culture: Cultural Entrepreneurs in China and Southeast Asia. He is currently translating, with Bruce Rusk, a Ming dynasty story collection called The Book of Swindles.
Co-sponsored with the Department of Asian Studies of the University of British Columbia

UCLA Center for Chinese Studies
11381 Bunche Hall
Los Angeles, Ca 90095

cq说:留言于2016-03-01 01:19:16(第21条)
Thank you so much for your help. It is greatly appreciated. Wish you all the best. Qin
Bruce说:留言于2016-03-01 01:16:15(第20条)
新浪新闻客户端分享新闻 【西城区委:将对任志强严肃处理】 http://zx.sina.cn/2016-02-29/zx-ifxpvysx1769878.d.html?sinawapsharesource=newsapp&wm=3200_0006
City of Murrieta说:留言于2016-03-01 01:13:14(第19条)
Cordially invite you to the International Trade Advisory Board Meeting
Thursday, March 3, 2016 8:30 AM
Let's get together to chat and hear about:
Next Practices in Global Trade - A Look Forward
by Scott Hamilton
Where: National University, Carlsbad Campus, Room 105,705 Palomar Airport Road, Carlsbad, CA 92011
Coffee, tea and chocolate croissants will be served.
Please RSVP: hrawlings@murrieta.org ITAB Meeting 3/3/16
City of Murrieta, 1 Town Square, 24601 Jefferson Ave., Murrieta, CA 92562

中国文化系列讲座说:留言于2016-02-29 01:25:45(第18条)
猴年伊始,位于第五大道的微软旗舰店与福德姆大学(Fordham University)Gabelli商学院的会计学教授萧俭合作推出猴年会计管理系列讲座(Global Management Accounting Bee @Microsoft Store Series)和中国文化系列讲座(Lucas Adventure Bee @Microsoft Store Series)两项活动。该活动旨在增加旗舰店与顾客的互动,同时也以非常生动活泼的形式,在第五大道的核心商业区向纽约客和世界各地的游客介绍中国传统文化: 中国传统属相文化和汉字结构的讲解。两个系列活动都是每月穿插举行,其中主题为“跟Lucas一起探索中国文化”的中国文化系列讲座,安排在每个月的第三个礼拜六。为该系列活动担任志愿者的华人学生来自中国各地,甚至台湾。上述系列活动的地点位于第五大道677号二楼。欲了解更多活动详情以及注册报名信息,请登陆微软网站www.MicrosoftStore.com进行查看。
chineseht说:留言于2016-02-29 00:53:24(第17条)
【美国华文网 】 & 【圣地亚哥华文网 】 & 【华文风采】 恭祝各位猴年快乐!感谢你们的大力支持、鼓励和赞助,让我们在新的一年里携手并进 !
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近期报道 http://www.sandiegochinesepress.com/press/?p=198919 :
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留言于2016-02-28 01:00:38(第16条)
中国高校校友联合会说:留言于2016-02-28 01:00:07(第15条)
上海纽约大学(New York University Shanghai)校长俞立中将于3月3日在南湾帕洛阿图的索菲亚大学(Sofia Unversity)举办讲座,以该校为例,谈中美高等教育合作和全球教育。上海纽约大学是经中国教育部正式批准、具有独立法人资格和学位授予权的第一所中美合作举办的国际化大学,也是纽约大学全球教育体系的组成部分。该校于2011年01月19日筹建,由纽约大学、华东师范大学联合办学,也是世界一流大学携手中国985工程重点大学——华东师范大学创建的第一所具有独立法人资格的中美合作大学,与纽约大学阿布扎比分校(NYU Abu Dahbi)、纽约大学纽约分校(NYU New York)共同组成纽约大学全球系统中的三个具有学位授予权的门户校园。本活动由华东师大、中国高校校友联合会主办,北加州各高校校友会协办。讲座时间为3月3日下午6时45分至8时45分,地址是Sofia Unversity Room 1059A, 1069 East Meadow Circle, Palo Alto, CA 94303。
He YT说:留言于2016-02-28 00:21:16(第14条)
Thank you! Have a good weekend!
网聚海智•留行浙江说:留言于2016-02-28 00:00:38(第13条)
1 嘉兴第三届嘉兴国际人才交流与合作大会(拟定)
2 杭州创新创业环境考察、政策推介
3 湖州创新创业环境考察、政策推介
时间 2016年4月19-24日(正式邀请函中将会明确各活动时间)
us-chinaforum.org说:留言于2016-02-27 16:22:31(第12条)
海風雲的契機 - 吳章銓
美國在南海再三近距離試探中國的島嶼,其目的不僅是維護在南海的“自由行”權利,更是向南海各國表示美國是他們的朋友,有能力保護他們,幫他們對抗中國,從而鞏固與東盟的關係。 日本也乘機積極與南海各國示好,將軍事力量伸進南海,表面上是履行美日軍事合作的條約義務,協助美國,實際目的是拉攏各國為日本的朋友,遏制中國。 美日的突出行動,是因為南海出現在島礁領土主權和主權權利的爭議。...
南海圖片- 1 中國在南海主要島嶼位置圖...

“保钓”是“中国梦”能否实现的试金石 - 李景科
自1644年李自成进攻北京,崇祯在煤山自缢,明朝灭亡,到今天已经有472年了,自此以后,中华大国的亿万人民有过几个至今被传承下来的奋斗口号“反清复明”“天下大同”“振兴中华”“保钓”和今天的中华民族伟大复兴的“中国梦”。 “反清复明”延续了一百年以上,是逆潮流而动的,不可能实现。太平天国的“天下大同”是要建立一个理想的人人平等的神话般的“共产主义”,其本质却是天王们比帝王还腐败和更草菅人命,自然是半途而废。但太平天国起来革命的行动却影响深远,在20世纪初诞生了孙中山,他提出了“振兴中华”的伟大口号和号召,经过无数次的起义,斗争,流血和牺牲,终于是幅员辽阔的中华大国的人民在全国响应掀起了伟大的辛亥革命运动,推翻了延续几千年的中国封建制度,建立了共和。...

后冷战格局下的南海博弈(上)- 王文軍

保釣運動及亞太事務專刊 - 陳憲中
Y.H.说:留言于2016-02-27 14:35:59(第11条)
I was asked to write a letter of recommendation for a student's application for the Cathay Bank's scholarship. I was wondering how I send it to the committee. Should I send it to the student or I can email it directly?
hank you!
Please read the following information carefully: http://scholarsupdate.hi2net.com/news.asp?NewsID=19115

1. You may provide the recommendation letter ONLY IF you are his or her direct committee advisor or course professor.

2. if you are, please make sure to send the letter to:

Education Office
The Consulate General of the People’s Republic of China in Los Angeles
Subject:Cathay Bank Scholarship Application
443 Shatto Place, Los Angeles, CA 90020
Joe J. USC说:留言于2016-02-27 03:28:06(第10条)
The 14th International Ethnographic Film Festival, which is going to be on the weekend of March 4-5th 2016, hosted by USC. This film festival is a biennial film festival originally hosted in Great Britain by the Royal Anthropological Institute, and then the Center for Visual Anthropology of USC hosts the LA venue. We did the 13th one in 2014 at USC. That was a great success. This year’s film festival is going to a great one. We basically only screen the reward winners, which makes the fest more compact and attractive.
Another special feature of this year’s festival is that we have a section focusing on China and East Asian issues. We think it’s gonna be really interesting for East Asian scholars to come and participate in the discussions about the films. There will be good receptions, speeches and Q&As during the screenings. Now everything is ready to go. We believe it’s going to be a great event. Please spread the words to more Chinese or Asian scholars who would be interested.
Thanks a lot.
China Institute NY说:留言于2016-02-27 03:23:40(第9条)
Know China! The Silk Roads: East-West Exchange: Silk, Paper, and Porcelain
Schedule: Saturday, March 5th, 10:00 am-12:00 pm
Seats Limited: 20
Location: 40 Rector Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10006
The Silk Road is a historically important international trade route between China and the Mediterranean. Over the centuries, the Silk Roads were an important conduit for the exchange of products and technologies from China to the West. These exchanges were critical not only for the development and flowering of the great civilizations of Rome, China, and India, but they laid the foundations of our modern world. Silk, paper, and porcelain were three of the most sophisticated products of pre-modern technology. The class will evaluate the importance of these three products as elements in cultural diffusion along the Silk Roads, and each student will make their own paper and bring it home! If you have any questions, please contact: emarks@chinainstitute.org or call 212-744-8181 ext. 110
美西華人學會说:留言于2016-02-27 02:46:41(第8条)
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City of Murrieta说:留言于2016-02-27 02:36:21(第7条)
Leveraging Technology To Work Smarter, Eliminate Redundancy, and Maximize Profitability
Free 90 minute workshop will teach local business owners and their representatives how to best utilize technology in their organization. Hands on demonstrations will show how easy it is to move from spreadsheets or paper-based processes to a secure, shared custom business app. Attendees will learn how to instantly deploy that solution to Mac, Windows and iOS, and the web while learning about the costs and benefits as well as the risks and pitfalls to avoid. There will also be a review of valuable training, consulting and other resources available to help database solutions get built effectively and quickly.
"With 3 decades of experience with FileMaker Pro, Geoff Ryle, has proven to be an exceptional solutions provider, driving strategic efforts to improve the processes of companies world-wide," said Joe Vulgan of Learning Pathways, LLC, a FileMaker Pro user and Creative Input client. "As a FileMaker expert, Geoff knows how to use this powerful tool to its full potential to help drive businesses to excel."
Thursday, March 3rd, 2016 9:00 - 10:30am
Murrieta Innovation Center, City of Murrieta's Technology Business Incubator, 26442 Beckman Court, Murrieta
CIAM说:留言于2016-02-26 04:03:15(第6条)
“Success on Autopilot” by Benny Traub, Business Executive
Wednesday, March 2nd - 6PM (On Campus)
One of the most exciting revelations about human potential in the recent past has been the discovery of automaticity, the secret force behind our habits, lifestyle and success. In this session, Benny Traub reveals how to intentionally architect your own automaticity, thus setting the stage for success-on-autopilot.
Location: 9550 Flair Dr., Suite #201, El Monte, CA 91731

"The Design of the Millennium GRAMMY Logo" by Raoul Pascual - Business Executive
Saturday, March 5th - 9 AM (On Campus)
Behind the Scenes in the Design of a logo
1. The Project Parameters
2. Creativity Process – Brainstorming, research, sketches, digital renderings
3. The Final two – the politics in the office
4. The final tweaks … the endless tweaks
5. The marketing stage
6. The show – Jennifer Lopes dress (inspired creation of Google image), Carlos Santana, Ricky Lopez, Brittney Spears, Marc Anthony
7. Lessons learned
Raoul Pascual is the managing partner of WYNK Marketing, LLC. They do graphic desgn, web design, illustration and marketing campaigns. They determine the appropriate brand for their clients then launch the marketing via print or web. They do programming for websites, apps, and utilize social media, video marketing and Search Engine Optimization.
Location: 9550 Flair Dr., Suite #201, El Monte, CA 91731

China Institute说:留言于2016-02-26 03:58:29(第5条)
Children's Immersive Summer Day Camp (Ages 2-14)
February 29th to March 4th, April 4th to April 8th@3:00PM - 6:00PM
40 Rector Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10006
Session I: July 5th - July 15th; II: July 18th - July 29th;
III: August 1st - August 12th
Make your child's summer a fun-filled experience by enrolling in the Children's Summer Day Camp at China Institute. Designed and tailored for different age groups ranging from 2 to 14, the Children's Summer Day Camp offers instruction of Chinese language, history, literature and culture in an exciting and interactive environment to students of all proficiency levels. Language instruction is led by experienced Chinese language teachers with exciting historical themes designed to inspire learning, participation and engagement. Additionally, children will participate in various cultural activities, such as calligraphy, Chinese sports, theater, arts and crafts, storytelling, and cooking. For field trips on Fridays, we travel to many of New York City's cultural institutions which will give your child a chance to enjoy the summer sun. If you have any questions, please contact: emarks@chinainstitute.org
or call 212-744-8181 ext. 110
Tracy Zhou说:留言于2016-02-26 03:57:01(第4条)
Thank you very much professor.
S. Calvert说:留言于2016-02-26 01:16:49(第3条)
Thank you very much
CarnegieEndowment.org说:留言于2016-02-26 00:37:13(第2条)
《Carnegie Endowment’s 2015 Annual Report》:
Food Studies Conference说:留言于2016-02-26 00:26:14(第1条)
Call for Presenters
We are pleased to announce the Call for Presenters for the Sixth International Conference on Food Studies. The conference will be held 12-13 October 2016 at the University of California at Berkeley in Berkeley, USA. Founded in 2011, the conference provides a forum for research and practice-based discussions, in a time of growing public and research awareness of the relations among diet, health, and social well-being. The conference provides an interdisciplinary forum for the discussion of: agricultural, environmental, nutritional, social, economic, and cultural perspectives on food. We invite proposals for paper presentations, workshops/interactive sessions, posters/exhibits, colloquia, virtual posters, or virtual lightning talks. For more information regarding the conference, use the links below to explore our conference website.
Proposal Submissions and Deadlines
We welcome the submission of proposals to the conference at any time of the year before the final submission deadline. All proposals will be reviewed within two to four weeks of submission. The dates below serve as a guideline for proposal submissions based on our corresponding registration deadlines:
Early Proposal Deadlines – 12 March 2016
Regular Proposal Deadlines – 12 July 2016
Late Proposal Deadlines – 12 September 2016
As a virtual participant, presenters are scheduled in the formal program, have access to select conference content, can submit an article for peer review and possible publication, may upload an online presentation, and can enjoy Annual Membership to the community and subscriber access to Food Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal: http://www.newsletter.illinois.mx3a.com/vo/food_O16Bg.html?utm_source=O16DanB&utm_medium=O16DanB&utm_campaign=O16DanB
Contact: Conference@food-studies.com
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