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bob  留言于2017-02-16 01:55:39
评论:全美华人针灸业界担忧针灸成果被西医盗取
请把习近平最近签署的“中国中医药法案” 转给上文的作者
谢谢
China Institute in America  留言于2017-02-16 00:36:24
评论:UPDATE - From The Chinese American Professors and Professionals Network (2017 No.04)
Film Art Set in Times of Chaos: Chinese Martial Arts Films
February 16 & 22; March 2, 9 &16, 6:30PM-8:30PM

This five-week film series is dedicated to classics of wuxia, China''''s heroic stories of martial arts and swordplay, and accompanies China Institute''''s exhibition Art in a Time of Chaos: Masterworks from Six Dynasties China, 3rd - 6th Centuries. The screenings will be introduced by a distinguished scholar and will feature accompanying contextual materials written by series curator Nancy Jervis.

Thursday, February 16, 2017, 6:30 pm: Dragon Inn (1967) - Directed by King Hu
Wednesday, February 22, 2017, 6:30 pm: Hero (2002) - Directed by Zhang Yimou
Thursday, March 2, 2017, 6:30 pm: Red Cliff (2009) - Directed by John Woo
Thursday, March 9, 2017, 6:30 pm, Legend of the Black Scorpion (2006) - Directed by Feng Xiaogang
Thursday, March 16, 2017, 6:30 pm: Once Upon a Time in China (1991) - Directed by Tsui Hark
Register Now!

For questions or to register by phone, please contact Aaron Nicholson at 212-744-8181 ext. 138
or by email at anicholson@chinainstitute.org
40 Rector Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10006 l Tel: 212.744.8181
USC U.S.-China Institute  留言于2017-02-16 00:30:54
评论:UPDATE - From The Chinese American Professors and Professionals Network (2017 No.04)
Screening - Behind Bayonets and Barbed Wire 铁血残阳
Date: Thursday, February 16, 2017, 4-6:15pm
Location: Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism, ASC 204
Cost: Free
Synopsis:
The story of American POWs in World War II, who were surrendered after their heroic and hard fought defense of the Philippines. They were sent to the city of Mukden (today called Shenyang) in Chinese Manchuria by the Japanese Army, where they were condemned to spend the rest of their lives working as slave laborers in factories to produce war materials for their enemy. This is the story of men's fight to survive the brutal winters, disease, and even more brutal guards, while secretly resisting in any way possible. As General Jonathan Wainwright put it, they were

Upcoming USCI Events
The Perfect Dictatorship: China in the 21st Century
Date: Thursday, March 2, 2017, 4:00-5:30pm
Location: Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism, ASC 204
Cost: Free, please register here:
http://china.usc.edu/calendar/perfect-dictatorship-china-21st-century-1
Stein Ringen's new book, The Perfect Dictatorship: China in the 21st Century, examines how China's distinctive governmental system works and where it may be moving. Ringen argues that Xi Jinping's party-state is much more demanding than Deng Xiaoping's and that China's economy is more fragile and its political system more dictatorial than most in the outside world believe. Ringen will discuss the intentions and priorities of party-state leaders, Xi Jinping's methods and aims, and how the economy works and its prospects. How pragmatic and how ideological are China's leaders? How is control exerted?

Hollywood Made in China
Date: Thursday, March 9, 2017, 4:00-5:30pm
Location: USC Campus, TBD
Cost: Free, please register here: http://china.usc.edu/calendar/hollywood-made-china
China's entry into the World Trade Organization in 2001 ignited a race to capture new global media audiences. Hollywood moguls began courting Chinese investors to create entertainment on an international scale-from behemoth theme parks to blockbuster films. Hollywood Made in China examines these new collaborations, where the distinctions between Hollywood's "dream factory" and the PRC's "Chinese dream" of global influence become increasingly blurred. With insightful policy analysis, ethnographic research, and interviews with CEOs, directors, and film workers in Beijing, Shanghai, and Los Angeles, Aynne Kokas offers an unflinching look at China's new role in the global media industries. A window into the partnerships with Chinese corporations that now shape Hollywood, this book will captivate anyone who consumes commercial media in the twenty-first century.
bob  留言于2017-02-15 21:50:20
评论:全美华人针灸业界担忧针灸成果被西医盗取
这是华人不团结,洋奴性质的一种必然结果。
改变这种现状,需要美国的专业律师
同时需要中国的政府支持。习近平,刚刚签署了中医方案。这件事应该是个东风。由中国政府注册专利,然后国外的中医师才有实力一对这种倾国倾族的无法计量的损失。
大家要好好开发智慧了,不然将来的在职中医师就面临失业的危害
(我是局外人,多言了)
UCLA CCS  留言于2017-02-15 06:29:34
评论:UPDATE - From The Chinese American Professors and Professionals Network (2017 No.03)
Qing History Symposium: Three Views from the Field
(Day I)
Thursday, February 23, 2017; 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Charles E. Young Research Library, Presentation Room (11348) UCLA
Day one of the symposium will feature talks by three eminent historians of the Qing dynasty: Dorothy Ko, known for her pioneering work in the fields of gender history and material culture; Tobie Meyer-Fong, co-editor of Late Imperial China and a specialist in history and memory; and David Bello, who is engaged in research on Qing environmental history.
Open to the public**
12:00pm -12:30pm Check-in
12:30-12:40 Andrea Goldman - Welcome Remarks
12:40-1:30 Dorothy Ko (Barnard College) - Gender and Material Culture: The Female Artisan Gu Erniang and the Craft of Inkstone-Making in Early Qing China
2:10-3:00 David Bello (Washington and Lee University) - Cultivating an Arid Empire: Qing Adaptations to Environmental Diversity in Eighteenth Century Xinjiang
3:40-4:30 Tobie Meyer-Fong (Johns Hopkins University)
- Encircling the Globe and Pondering Pain: Horizons of a 19th Century Chinese Traveler

Qing History Symposium: Workshop (Day 2)
Friday, February 24, 2017; 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Charles E. Young Research Library, Presentation Room (11348) UCLA
Day two of the Symposium will be devoted to a workshop with graduate students engaged in Qing or late imperial projects. The students selected for the workshop will present their works-in-progress and receive comments by the three guest historians and workshop participants.
RSVP Required
**Faculty and students only**
9:00am -9:30am Check-in
9:35-10:15 Amy Gordanier, UCLA, “Command - Performances: Opera Performers and the Imperial Household in Late 18th-Early 19th-Century China”
10:20-11:00 Meng Zhang, UCLA, “The Timberland Economy in Southeastern Guizhou: Co-ownership, Securitization, and Risk-Sharing”
11:05-11:45 Yang Li, UC Riverside, “Curing the Body and the Mind: Fighting Opium Addiction as a Disease in 19th-Century China”
12:45-1:25 You Wang, UCLA, “Contributing to the Baimao River: Fundraising and State Responsibility during the Daoguang Depression”
1:30-2:10 Xiang Chi, UCLA, “Commerce, Sovereignty, and Forestry: Manchuria’s Woodland Economy Development (1682-1911)”
2:15-2:55 Ulug Kuzuoglu, Columbia University - “Late Qing Singularity”
lljay  留言于2017-02-14 09:29:36
评论:美、中、台關係今年充滿不確定因素
台湾花莲县长傅昆萁日前一番“高论”耸人听闻。他说,特朗普如果煽动台湾和大陆间的关系,两岸搞不好就成了第三次世界大战的开端。傅昆萁接受媒体专访时时,倒是看透了美国的实质,就是决不会为了一个马前卒而冒与中国发生核战争的巨大风险。他说,美国向以自家利益为优先,两岸要是发生战争,美国绝不会助台一臂之力,因为若是如此,美国本土恐遭受导弹攻击。

  战争一旦打响,绝不是局部的。新中国成立以来,没有哪一位美国总统愿意与中国开战。就连朝鲜战争麦克阿瑟叫嚣对中国使用核武器,杜鲁门也不敢把战争扩大到中国领土。你觉得商人特朗普比那些经历过二战的政治家更有魄力和决心?

  蔡英文当局拒绝九二共识,内外政策可概括为16个字:“疏离大陆,依靠美日,稳固政权,徐图独立”。尽管特朗普终于承认一个中国政策,但现在能够遏制“台独”趋势的唯一力量,只有大陆。因此“台独”还能猖狂多久,关键取决于大陆的决心。他的这番“高论”的正面意义在于,“忍不住提醒蔡英文,若再没智慧下去,真的会出大事”。

  但是,傅昆萁又太高估了台湾的力量,同时又自相矛盾。如果“美国绝不会助台一臂之力”,哪来的第三次世界大战? 前南京军区副司令王洪光在2016年的环球时报-环球网年会上发言时表示,两岸将在2020年前爆发冲突,而解放军夺取台湾,是“以小时计(算)”。

  以现在解放军的战力快刀斩乱麻,解放台湾用小时计不是吹牛。在压倒性优势面前,台军大多数就缴械投降了。历史一再证明,台湾无论以何种方式在何时何地,与大陆发生直接军事对决,都无法逃脱覆灭的命运。

  需要警惕的是,统一台湾很可能是另一场“抗日战争”。日本2005年抛出的咄咄逼人的《西南岛屿有事应对方针》,就是剑指台湾。日本海运的三分之二要经过台湾海峡。中国若统一,台湾则成内海,日本就会陷入“粮断油绝”的困局。日本和台湾之间,尽管没有日本版的“与台湾关系法”,日本很可能成为比美国更凶恶的敌人。

  世界大势,浩浩荡荡,顺我者昌,逆我者亡。特朗普自打嘴巴,并非“爱中国”,而是因为“中国就摆在那”。不管怎么样的方式,台湾都必定会被大陆统一,这是谁都挡不住的事。就是第三次世界大战爆发 ,天也塌不下来。相信“王师北定中原日,家祭无忘告乃翁”这一天并不遥远。
华润医药集团  留言于2017-02-14 06:52:15
评论:UPDATE - From The Chinese American Professors and Professionals Network (2017 No.03)
万分感谢诸位老师的无私帮助。

顺颂:春安

TWX
UCLA Center for Chinese Studies  留言于2017-02-12 01:27:21
评论:UPDATE - From The Chinese American Professors and Professionals Network (2017 No.03)
Waste reduction in Taiwan: music, love, and the great garbage assemblage
Monday, Feb 13, 2017, 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
10383 Bunche Hall,UCLA

Talk by Nancy Guy, UCSD
Garbage in Taiwan is at the center of a musical assemblage that resonates beyond the confines of the nightly waste collection soundscape. Garbage trucks in Taiwan are musical: Beethoven's Für Elise or T. Badarzewska's Maiden's Prayer announce the garbage truck brigade's arrival at designated times and places throughout urban Taipei. Neighbors stream into the street for a turn at depositing their presorted waste into the proper receptacles. Taiwan''s semi-tropical climate, combined with a densely situated human population and the presence of well established rat and cockroach populations, makes garbage management a matter of daily urgency. In this paper, I take Taiwan's pop music from the early 1980s through to the present as evidence of ways in which everyday habits and practices of reckoning with waste have seeped into a wide range of sensibilities.

Nancy Guy is an ethnomusicologist whose broad interests include the musics of Taiwan and China, varieties of opera (including European and Chinese operas), music and politics, and the ecocritical study of music. Her first book, Peking Opera and Politics in Taiwan (University of Illinois Press, 2005), won the ASCAP Béla Bartók Award for Excellence in Ethnomusicology and was also named an "Outstanding Academic Title for 2006" by Choice. Guy''s second book, The Magic of Beverly Sills, focuses on the artistry and appeal of the beloved American coloratura soprano, and was published by University of Illinois Press in 2015. Guy is a Professor of Music at the University of California, San Diego.

UCLA Center for Chinese Studies
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Tel: (310) 825-8683 Fax: (310) 206-3555
吉林农业大学 SY  留言于2017-02-12 00:58:54
评论:UPDATE - From The Chinese American Professors and Professionals Network (2017 No.03)
元宵节来临之际,祝大家合家团圆,幸福安康!
chinauslink  留言于2017-02-10 13:41:23
评论:UPDATE - From The Chinese American Professors and Professionals Network (2017 No.03)
Dear Friends,
Please click www.ChinaUSFriendship.com to read “Jack Ma Full Interview at Davos 2017” by Jack Ma and Andrew Ross Sorkin; and 2) “A Grand Bargain” by Dr. Yung-Sheng Cha.
In the Music Section, we have four Taiwan folk songs played by erhu (台灣民謠四首):
http://getmediayoutube.com/watch?v=ijbTvQr3JIU
We thank you very much for your continued interest and support!
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