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Sam G.  留言于2017-01-26 03:23:18
评论:UPDATE - From The Chinese American Professors and Professionals Network (2017 No.02)
声声锣鼓辞旧岁,阵阵鞭炮庆新春。在春节即将到来之际,我和太太特献上我们衷心的祝福。祝愿您和家人在新的一年里身体健康!精神愉快!吉祥如意!心想事成!
PAROS浦东留学生联合会  留言于2017-01-25 10:30:48
评论:UPDATE - From The Chinese American Professors and Professionals Network(2017 No.01)
浦东留联会祝您鸡年大吉
国外侨务处  留言于2017-01-24 08:53:59
评论:UPDATE - From The Chinese American Professors and Professionals Network(2017 No.01)
尊敬的姜镇英教授:
新春佳节到,四川省海外交流协会祝您们新年快乐,阖家幸福,吉祥如意!

四川省人民政府外事侨务办公室 四川省海外交流协会办公室
手机/微信:15196600616 办公电话/传真:0086-28-84350757
UCLA Center for Chinese Studies  留言于2017-01-24 08:02:40
评论:UPDATE - From The Chinese American Professors and Professionals Network(2017 No.01)
Forget Chineseness: On the Geopolitics of Cultural Identification
Thursday, Feb 02, 2017, 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
10383 Bunche Hall, UCLA
Taiwan Studies Lecture by Allen Chun, Academia Sinica
Forget Chineseness provides a critical interpretation not only of discourses of Chinese identity—Chineseness—but also of how they have reflected differences between “Chinese” societies, such as in Hong Kong, Taiwan, PRC, Singapore and communities “overseas.” It asserts that identity has meaning not only in cultural, representational terms but is moreover a product of its embeddedness in specific entanglements of modernity, colonialism, nation-state formation, and globalization. By articulating these processes underlying institutional practices vis-à-vis public mindsets, it is thus possible to elucidate various epistemic moments that lay the basis for their socio-political transformation.

From a broader perspective, this should have salient ramifications for prevailing discussions of identity politics. Not only has the concept of identity been predicated on flawed notions of ethnicity and culture in the social “sciences,” but it has been acutely exacerbated by polarizing assumptions that drive our understanding of identity “politics.” Allen Chun is Research Fellow at the Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica, Taiwan and the author of Unstructuring Chinese Society: The Fictions of Colonial Practice and the Changing Realities of “Land” in the New Territories of Hong Kong.

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@international.ucla.edu



Vikings Pride  留言于2017-01-20 12:46:35
评论:UPDATE - From The Chinese American Professors and Professionals Network(2017 No.01)
You very much sir.
Royal Roots Global Inc.  留言于2017-01-19 11:06:20
评论:UPDATE - From The Chinese American Professors and Professionals Network(2017 No.01)
Happy New Year 2017 and Happy New Year of the Rooster to you!
A proud look back at China in 2016 is reported in President Xi Jinping's New Year address in the January 2017 China Call Report, along with a look at to how China may fare in 2017 by a long-time McKinsey & Company observer.
This issue also reports a Scholl Foundation Fellow's revelations about public opinion research in China, the featuring of Chicago design in Hong Kong, and the way philanthropy is linked to the growth stages of people and society.
To access the January issue of China Call Report online, please follow this link: www.rroots.net/0117eng.pdf

Best Wishes from Chicago,

China Call Report
980 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 1400, Chicago, IL 60611
Tel 1.312.202.0389 Fax 1.312.896.5841
Website www.rroots.net

China Institute in America  留言于2017-01-18 10:20:20
评论:UPDATE - From The Chinese American Professors and Professionals Network(2017 No.01)
Chinese New Year Celebration, Year of the Rooster
Saturday, February 4, 1:00PM-7:00PM
Family Workshops: 1:00PM-3:30PM
Party & Performance: 4:00PM-7:00PM
Kick off the Year of the Rooster with China Institute's signature New Year Celebration. In the afternoon, we will open our doors to families for New Year-themed workshops and activities including dumpling making, storytelling, and lantern-making. In the evening, adults and families alike are welcome to a party featuring a lion dance, food, and live music.

China Institute's Rockin' Rooster Chinese New Year Concert
Saturday, February 4, 4:00PM-7:00PM
Join us at our first annual New Year's concert featuring a lion dance, food and live music!
4:00 - Doors Open & Lion Dance
4:30 - Mr. Cake
5:00 - SungBeats
6:00 - TiA & Kohei
(Food and drinks will be available for purchase)
Adults and Families - All are welcome!

Performance & Panel Discussion: Incident at Hidden Temple
Tuesday, February 7
7:30PM
With his new play Incident at Hidden Temple, playwright Damon Chua builds on the success of his earlier work focusing on China in the 1940s with a narrative inspired by real events.
China Institute invites you to a special performance where we will partner with Pan Asian Repertory Theatre to present a post-show panel discussion on the play's historical setting featuring Incident at Hidden Temple writer Damon Chua alongside historical specialists. Learn More & Register

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.
Contact: artsculture@chinainstitute.org
UCLA Center for Chinese Studies  留言于2017-01-18 08:11:12
评论:UPDATE - From The Chinese American Professors and Professionals Network(2017 No.01)
Covering China: The Challenges of Reporting on the Rise of a Superpower
Monday, Jan 23, 2017 12:15 PM - 1:30 PM
UCLA School of Law, Room 1420
Talk by Edward Wong, Beijing Bureau Chief for the New York Times
In discussion with: Prof. Jeffrey Wasserstrom, Chancellor’s Professor of History, UC Irvine and author of China in the 21st Century: What Everyone Needs to Know

Prof. Ching Kwan Lee, Professor of Sociology, UCLA
Moderated by: Prof. Alex L. Wang, UCLA School of Law
Join us for a wide-ranging discussion with Edward Wong, Beijing Bureau Chief for the New York Times. Mr. Wong will talk about topics he has covered since 2008, including Chinese politics, foreign policy, propaganda, the environment, human rights, ethnic conflict, and the art of reporting in the age of Xi Jinping. He will be joined by leading scholars of China for a conversation on where China is headed in the coming years, at home and on the international stage.

Edward Wong is the Beijing Bureau Chief of The New York Times. He has been a main writer on three in-depth series on China: the nation’s expanding global influence, cultural production and censorship, and the 2012 Communist Party leadership transition. This year, he is working on a global series about climate change refugees. In more than 17 years at the Times, Edward has reported across the Middle East and Asia, including in Afghanistan, North Korea and Myanmar. Before his China assignment, he worked as a correspondent in the Baghdad bureau, where he covered the Iraq War from 2003 to 2007. He reported for four years in New York, on the business, metro and sports desks. Edward has spoken on the Charlie Rose Show, PBS NewsHour, NPR, BBC and CBC.

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@international.ucla.edu
SCCAEPA  留言于2017-01-17 11:53:44
评论:UPDATE - From The Chinese American Professors and Professionals Network(2017 No.01)
Dear friends,
You are encouraged to participate in the event below:
SCCAEPA 2017 Annual Convention
Date and Time: February 12, 2017, Sunday
Place: Diamond Bar Community Center, 1600 Grand Ave., Diamond Bar, CA 91765
Ticket Price: $40 for regular member, $20 for lifetime member, spouse, and student, payment covers dinner and 2017 membership; check payable to SCCAEPA
Convention Overview:
5:00 PM: Check-in and Social
6:00 PM: Dragon Dance
6:15 PM: Welcome Remarks
6:30 PM: VIP Dignitary Speeches •Mayor of City of Diamond Bar, Jimmy Lin, and
•To be determined
6:45 PM: Dinner
7:15 PM: Keynote Speech: Future of CleanTech (綠色事業的今天和明天) •Dr. Feng An, President of US-China CleanTech Center
8:00 PM: Awards and Certificates
8:15 PM: Performance of Diamond Bar High School Symphony Orchestra
(String Quintet)
8:40 PM: Annual Report (SCCAEPA 2016)
9:00 PM: Games (Riddles on Lanterns)
9:20 PM: Raffles - First Prize and Grand Prize
9:45 PM: Adjourn
(2:00 PM: Pre-meeting hike trail tour - Summitridge Park Trail
Important Note: Business casual attire recommended
China Institute Public Program  留言于2017-01-13 02:24:41
评论:UPDATE - From The Chinese American Professors and Professionals Network(2017 No.01)
Jazz Concert: Stephanie Chou at Joe's Pub
Saturday, January 14
7:00PM, doors open at 6:00PM
Join us for a concert celebrating the release of Asymptote, the third album by jazz musician and composer Stephanie Chou. Her music combines classical and Chinese influences with jazz and pop harmony and rhythm. Co-presented by China Institute, China Institute members will receive an exclusive discount on tickets!

Chinese New Year Celebration, Year of the Rooster
Saturday, February 4, 1:00PM-7:00PM
Family Workshops: 1:00PM-3:30PM
Party & Performance: 4:00PM-7:00PM
Kick off the Year of the Rooster with China Institute's signature New Year Celebration. In the afternoon, we will open our doors to families for New Year-themed workshops and activities including dumpling making, storytelling, and lantern-making. In the evening, adults and families alike are welcome to a party featuring a lion dance, food, and live music.

Performance & Panel Discussion: Incident at Hidden Temple
Tuesday, February 7
7:30PM
With his new play Incident at Hidden Temple, playwright Damon Chua builds on the success of his earlier work focusing on China in the 1940s with a narrative inspired by real events.
China Institute invites you to a special performance where we will partner with Pan Asian Repertory Theatre to present a post-show panel discussion on the play's historical setting featuring Incident at Hidden Temple writer Damon Chua alongside historical specialists. Learn More & Register

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.

Contact: artsculture@chinainstitute.org
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