China Institute

  • Juneteenth Celebration Road to Freedom

    Dr. Cedric Hackett and his students

  • StopAsianHate

    #StopAsianHate

  • StopAsianHate

    #StopAsianHate

  • With Guest Speaker, Jennifer An, LAPD Special Investigator

    With Guest Speaker, Jennifer An, LAPD Special Investigator

  • "2018 Happy Chinese New Year" World Tour from China

    "2018 Happy Chinese New Year" World Tour from China

  • China—Through the Lens of John Thomson

    China—Through the Lens of John Thomson

  • 2018 Chinese New Year’s Celebration Party

    2018 Chinese New Year’s Celebration Party

China Institute

Events

China’s Recent Economic Development and SOEs Reform

Tuesday, February 6, 2018 - 2:00pm

The University Library

Dean Lei will examine China’s international competitiveness through a review of the outlooks for GDP growth rate, inflation rate, imports and exports, unemployment rate, currency exchange rate, and foreign exchange reserve. He will also benchmark China’s economic operation status against thirteen aspects. Dean Lei will conclude his presentation with a discussion on China’s state-owned enterprises (SOEs) reform and its recent development. Read more

"2018 Happy Chinese New Year" World Tour

Saturday, January 13, 2018 - 4:00pm to 6:30pm

Shanghai Student Performance

We’re excited to welcome a group of exceptional student performers coming to CSUN from some top universities in Shanghai, including Shanghai Film Art Academy, Shanghai Conservatory of Music, Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Shanghai Theatre Academy, East China Normal University. This is a part of their 2018 Happy Chinese New Year World Tour. Read more

Muslim China: Perils and Prospects of the New Silk Road

Friday, November 17, 2017 - 3:00pm to 5:00pm

Dr. Dru Gladney

This talk examines China’s important move West under President Xi Jinping’s “One Belt, One Road” initiative.  In the context of building a “New Silk Road”, the talk examines China’s growing connections with the Middle East and the increasing importance of Muslim minorities in China. How will China’s own 21 million Muslims be affected by these changing relationships? This talk also examines the role of global social media and Western scholarship in shaping and interpreting the “Islam problem” in China. Read more

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