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China Institute(NY):The Role of the Asian Artist in America
China Institute(NY):The Role of the Asian Artist in America
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China Institute(NY):The Role of the Asian Artist in America

 

Discussion & Performance:

The Role of the Asian Artist in America

Wednesday, May 3, 6:30-8:00PM

Event Fee:FREE Members; $10 Non-Members 

Location:40 Rector Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10006

 This season the Crossing Paths With... Salon Series will examine issues related to immigrant artists and the development of Asian arts and culture in America. The evening will open with a roundtable discussion that includes dancers Yung Yung Tsuai and Nuo An; toy piano musician Phyllis Chen; Eleanor Yung of Asian American Arts Center; and Kuang-Yu Fong and Stephen Kaplin of Chinese Theatre Works. Together they will talk about the difficulties in presenting performance arts for audiences of widely different cultural backgrounds and the ways artists adjust their work to accommodate them. The discussion will conclude with a performance that combines dance with shadow puppetry. 

 This event is a co-presentation between China Institute and Chinese Theatre Works, with additional funding provided by the Confucius Institute at China Institute.

 
 

For questions or to register by phone, please contact Aaron Nicholson at 212-744-8181 ext. 138

or by email at anicholson@chinainstitute.org

 

China Institute(NY):The Role of the Asian Artist in America

 Traditional Wisdom & Its Transformation 

in Modern Times

Thursday, May 11, 6:30-8:00PM

Event Fee:FREE Members / $10 Non-Members

Location:40 Rector Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10006

 Confucianism, Taoism, and Buddhism constitute the "three teachings" that have historically had the largest influence on Chinese culture. This lecture by acclaimed scholar Yu Zhenhua will explore these three influential schools of thought from the perspective of world history, and examine what happened when Chinese society was confronted with the large-scale introduction of Western ideas, beginning in the 17th century. What were the foundations of these three major schools of Chinese thought? What effect has Western philosophy and thought had on these beliefs over time? How have these philosophies shaped the Chinese mind as it exists today?

 This lecture will be the first in a series exploring Chinese thought, wellness, and beliefs and how they relate to our modern world.

For questions or to register by phone, please contact Aaron Nicholson at 212-744-8181 ext. 138

or by email at anicholson@chinainstitute.org

 

China Institute(NY):The Role of the Asian Artist in America

 

Sinica Podcast Live at China Institute:

Jerome A. Cohen on Law in China

Wednesday, May 17, 6:30-8:00PM

This is a live taping. Attendees must arrive by 6:30 so as to not disrupt the podcast.

Event Fee:FREE Members / $10 Non-Members

Location:40 Rector Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10006

 Jerome Cohen is one of the earliest and most prominent Western scholars of the Chinese legal system. He began studying and teaching about Chinese law in the early 1960s, and has worked as a scholar and in private practice. He introduced the teaching of Asian law into the curriculum of Harvard Law School, and has played a role in some of the most significant legal developments in China, from business to human rights.

 

In this live Sinica Podcast interview, Jeremy Goldkorn and Kaiser Kuo will talk to Professor Cohen about his own long and fascinating involvement with law in China, the emergence of the country's legal system after the Cultural Revolution, and prospects for China implementing the rule of law that Xi Jinping has talked about so much but that cynics might say is still a long way off.

 

 

China Institute(NY):The Role of the Asian Artist in America

 Lecture:Interpreting I Ching

Sunday, April 23, 2:00-4:00PM

Event fee:Free Admission

40 Rector Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10006

 The I Ching or Book of Changes is an ancient divination text and the oldest of the Chinese classics. Possessing a history of more than two and a half millennia of commentary and interpretation, the I Ching is an influential text read throughout the world, providing inspiration to the worlds of religion, psychoanalysis, business, literature, and art. Prof. Linlin Chao, guest professor at Peking University and former chair of Department of Philosophy, Soo Chow University, Taiwan, will offer her interpretations of the classics covering a wide range of topics.  Learn More

 This Lecture will be conducted in Chinese, with no interpretation.

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China Institute(NY):The Role of the Asian Artist in America

 

China Institute(NY):The Role of the Asian Artist in America

 

Explorers In NYC: 

A fun summer immersing yourself in English

and experiencing American culture.

Enroll today and reserve your space! 

First Camp session starts on July 17th, Monday

 

Make your child's summer a fun-filled experience by enrolling in the Children's Summer Day Camp at China Institute in New York City, U.S. Designed and tailored for different age groups ranging from 6 to 12, our camp offers instruction of English language, history, literature and culture in an exciting and interactive environment to students of all proficiency levels. Language instruction is led by experienced English language teachers with exciting historical themes designed to inspire learning, participation and engagement.  

 There are 3 themes connecting American and Chinese cultures through our camp:

 Session I  - My Summer in New York, Kids can relate the language they learn to their experience in New York, whether they are visiting for the summer or they live here. 

 Session II & III - My Super Heroes, comparing the super heroes of popular culture to the heroes in Chinese fiction.

 Session IV & V - My World Trip, while experiencing New York, kids can imagine a trip to the world, while they learn about fun cultural places, people and activities they would encounter on their trip.

 Besides language classes there will be fun activities including shadow puppet play, musical instruments play, cooking projects, storytelling, etc. in the afternoon for kids to learn and explore a diverse culture. Friday's will be half days for all students. We will be traveling to different museums and cultural institutions in New York City, and there will be new places and new adventures! 

To register for Children's Summer Program, please email children@chinainstitute.org, or call +01 212-744-8181, ext. 110 

 

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