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China's search for faith and values
A century-long period of attacks against religion has given way to burgeoning religious activity in China, said writer-journalist Ian Johnson at a recent event cosponsored by the Center for Chinese Studies and the UCLA School of Law.
Published: Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Caught between empires: Rising nationalism in Taiwan, Okinawa and Hong Kong
Rwei-Ren Wu recently spoke on emergent nationalism in Okinawa, Hong Kong and Taiwan at the Asia Pacific Center, arguing that they stem from the dynamics of colonial rule.
Published: Thursday, March 22, 2018

China redefines development at home and abroad
Emily Yeh joined the UCLA Center for Chinese Studies to discuss migrant labor, infrastructure and western criticism in connection with China's “Go Out” and “Go West” initiatives.
Published: Thursday, December 07, 2017

Collective action pressures Chinese state to continue reforms
Dingxin Zhao outlined the evolution of collective action in China between 1976 and the present at a recent talk cosponsored by the Center for Chinese Studies and the Asia Pacific Center.
Published: Wednesday, June 07, 2017

Forgetting “Chineseness”
When we say “Chineseness,” what exactly do we refer to? Allen Chun recently raised this question at a UCLA Taiwan Studies Lectureship event hosted by the Asia Pacific Center.
Published: Wednesday, March 08, 2017

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