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  • 29:53 Afternoon with poet Zheng Min [30mins]

    Afternoon with poet Zheng Min [30mins]

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    In 2011 Prof. Evelyn Hu-DeHart interviewed poet, Zheng Min A.M. '52 about her life and experiences at Brown. Part of the Year of China Oral History Project. This video is a 30 minute excerpt from that conversation.Brown University Year of China

  • 1:18:48 Meet Me in Shanghai: Romancing the New Global City on the Eve of the World Expo

    Meet Me in Shanghai: Romancing the New Global City on the Eve of the World Expo

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    As part of the Year of China's China Through the Lens Film Series, Prof. Zhen Zhang presented a talk, "Meet Me in Shanghai: Romancing the New Global City on the Eve of the World Expo." For more information please visit: www.brown.edu/yearofchina

  • 1:06:02 The Politics and Ethics of the Rise of China: David Kang

    The Politics and Ethics of the Rise of China: David Kang

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    This is a lecture from the lecture series The Politics and Ethics of the Rise of China hosted by the Ethics and Public Life program of Cornell University. More information can be found at:http://courses.cit.cornell.edu/rwm5/riseofchina/David Kang (Univers

  • 1:19:32 Jerome Silbergeld - From Mountain Songs to Silvery Moonlight

    Jerome Silbergeld - From Mountain Songs to Silvery Moonlight

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    From Mountain Songs to Silvery Moonlight: Some Notes on Music in Chinese CinemaJerome SilbergeldP.Y. and Kinmay W. Tang Professor of Chinese Art HistoryDirector, Tang Center of East Asian ArtPrinceton UniversityLecture: From Mountain Songs to Silvery Moon

  • 1:14:51 To Sail the Seas: Marine Technology and the Treasure Fleets of Early Ming China

    To Sail the Seas: Marine Technology and the Treasure Fleets of Early Ming China

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    To Sail the Seas: In collaboration with the History Department and the Science Center, the Year of China invited historian Joanna Waley-Cohen to talk about naval exploration and treasure fleets in early Ming China as part of the Technology and Society in

  • 1:27:29 Elizabeth J. Perry - Anyuan: Mining China's Revolutionary Tradition

    Elizabeth J. Perry - Anyuan: Mining China's Revolutionary Tradition

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    How do we explain the unexpected longevity of the Chinese Communist political system? One answer, Elizabeth Perry suggested, lies in the Chinese Communists' creative development and deployment of cultural resources -- during their revolutionary rise to po

  • 1:37:01 Performance and the Politics of Gender: Transgender Performance in Contemporary Chinese Film

    Performance and the Politics of Gender: Transgender Performance in Contemporary Chinese Film

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    Performance and the Politics of Gender: Transgender Performance in Contemporary Chinese FilmChengzhou He, Nanjing University, ChinaThis lecture focuses on two different genres of gender transitivity or impersonation. First, male actors who impersonate fem

  • 1:01:45 China Economy - Emerging Economies - World Economic Crisis

    China Economy - Emerging Economies - World Economic Crisis

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    China Economy and Other Emerging Economies at a CrossroadsDespite persistent global economic turmoil, how can growth be reignited in emerging economies?This session was developed in partnership with CNN International.• Carlos Ghosn, Chairman and Chie

  • 07:36 Afternoon with poet Zheng Min [7mins]

    Afternoon with poet Zheng Min [7mins]

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    In 2011 Prof. Evelyn Hu-DeHart interviewed poet, Zheng Min A.M. '52 about her life and experiences at Brown. Part of the Year of China Oral History Project. This video is a 7 minute excerpt from that conversation.Brown University Year of China

  • 1:07:56 Mutual Reassurance: How to Steer U.S.-China Relations Towards a New Golden Age

    Mutual Reassurance: How to Steer U.S.-China Relations Towards a New Golden Age

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    As part of the Year of China, John Chen'78, P'06, P'11, CEO of Silicon Valley software maker Sybase Inc. and a recognized expert on Asian foreign policy, discussed the evolution of modern U.S.-China relations, what he sees as key goals and aspirations sha

  • 1:36:10 John Eng-Wong: How To Cook and Eat Chinese

    John Eng-Wong: How To Cook and Eat Chinese

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    John Eng-Wong engaged the community in a discussion about the 1945 cookbook, How to Cook and Eat Chinese and demonstrated 3 dishes. A Year of China event.

  • 1:11:00 Trends of Globalization: Some Perspectives from Asian Universities

    Trends of Globalization: Some Perspectives from Asian Universities

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    "Trends of Globalization: Some Perspectives from Asian Universities" Moderated by President Ruth SimmonsParticipants:Andrew Chi-Chih Yao, Tsinghua UniversityMatthew Gutmann, Vice President for International Affairs; Professor of AnthropologyFranco Prepara

  • 1:16:14 Entrepreneurship, Enterprise, and Technology in Modern China

    Entrepreneurship, Enterprise, and Technology in Modern China

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    A Year of China sponsored panel discussion on Entrepreneurship, Enterprise, and Technology in Modern China. Featuring John Chen'78, P'06, P'11, CEO of Sybase, Alison Friedman '02 founder, Ping Pong Productions and Drew Mason '89 co-founder and Managing Pa

  • 1:19:41 Prof. Kristine Harris, Shanghai Cinema Behind the Scenes

    Prof. Kristine Harris, Shanghai Cinema Behind the Scenes

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    On September 21, Prof. Kristine Harris visited as part of the Year of China's China Through the Lens Film Series. To learn more about her lecture Shanghai Cinema Behind the Scenes please visit:http://brown.edu/about/administration/international-affairs/ye

  • 52:22 Ideas Exchange: China's Economy in Transition

    Ideas Exchange: China's Economy in Transition

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    Moderated by Vijay V. Vaitheeswaran, China Business and Finance Editor, Shanghai Bureau Chief, The Economist Panelists:QIAO Yide, Vice Chairman & Secretary General, Shanghai Development Research FoundationMichael Spence, William R. Berkley Professor i

  • 1:14:16 China and Europe in a Globalized World

    China and Europe in a Globalized World

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    Romano ProdiChina and Europe in a Globalized WorldMonday, April 9, 2012Brown UniversityWe live a in a period of rapid economic and political transformation. The distribution of economic power in the world is moving away from the United States and Europe t

  • 1:41:46 New Directions in U.S. -China Relations in Global Climate Science and Policy

    New Directions in U.S. -China Relations in Global Climate Science and Policy

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    April 6, 2012The Year of China, in collaboration with the Center for Environmental Studies and the Watson Institute, presented an interactive workshop that focuses on the relationship between China's rapid economic growth and attention to climate change.

  • 1:20:19 Part 3 - "China at 60: Myths and Realities"

    Part 3 - "China at 60: Myths and Realities"

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    Part 3- "China at 60: Myths and Realities" Village Elections and GovernanceQingshan Tan is Professor and Director of Graduate Studies in the Department of Political Science at Cleveland State University. His appointments include senior research fellow at

  • 1:29:20 Justin Lin: Demystifying the Chinese Economy

    Justin Lin: Demystifying the Chinese Economy

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    The Bernard I. Fain Lecture is presented annually by the Department of Economics. The 2011 lecturer was Dr. Justin Lin is the founding director of the Center for Chinese Economic Research at Peking University and currently Chief Economist at The World Ban

  • 1:52:16 Vulnerability, Opportunity: China's Risks and Options on Climate

    Vulnerability, Opportunity: China's Risks and Options on Climate

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    April 6, 2012The Year of China, in collaboration with the Center for Environmental Studies and the Watson Institute, presented an interactive workshop that focuses on the relationship between China's rapid economic growth and attention to climate change.

  • 42:50 From American Dream to Chongqing Dream: the Making of Soft Power in China

    From American Dream to Chongqing Dream: the Making of Soft Power in China

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    As part of the Year of China, Li Xiguang, Director of Center for International Communication Studies and Academic Dean of the Department of Communications at Tsinghua University presented a talk entitled, "From American Dream to Chongqing Dream: the Makin

  • 55:07 Quantum Computing: A Great Science in the Making

    Quantum Computing: A Great Science in the Making

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    Andrew Chi-Chih YaoTsinghua University"Quantum Computing: A Great Science in the Making"The 11th Annual Paris C. Kanellakis Distinguished LectureIn recent years, the scientific world has seen much excitement over the development of quantum computing, and

  • 1:20:32 China Risk Finance: Riding the Wave of China's Financial Services Industry

    China Risk Finance: Riding the Wave of China's Financial Services Industry

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    As part of the Year of China's "China...Page by Page" Reading group, Barrett Hazeltine, Professor of Engineering and Drew Mason '89 moderated a discussion of the business case, "China Risk Finance: Riding the Wave of China's Financial Services Industry."

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