[Non-CAS Event] The Center for China – U.S. Cooperation will host Dr. Michael Pillsbury at our Jackson/Ho China Forum on Tuesday, January 27, 2015. He will speak on “China’s Grand Strategy: the Known and Unknown.”
[Non-CAS Event] The Department of Religious Studies at the University of Denver is again hosting their annual “Teaching Islam” Workshop, in conjunction with the Georgetown University Alwaleed bin Talal Center for Muslim Christian Understanding. Teachers, graduate students, and community members are all welcome to participate.
January 24, 2015, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. — Teaching Islam Workshop:
[Non-CAS Event] This singing competition shows off a wide variety of Japanese song styles and provides an entertaining and interesting view of traditional and modern Japanese vocal music. This year's featured guest is semi-professional enka star Kiyoko Oshiro from Seattle, Washington.
[Non-CAS Event] Nepalese Student Association at CU Boulder is proud to present, our first gallery, "A Glimpse of Nepal" featuring an epic documentary "The Desert Eats Us."
We invite you to attend this Saturday, December 6th at 6pm in University Memorial Center Room 247 for a formal Gallery exhibiting various art pieces, phenomenal photography, and rich crafts all portraying the diversity of Nepal. Come enjoy refreshments and henna tattoos while browsing all Nepal has to offer!
[Non-CAS Event] Meet our international exchange group in Denver with the U.S. Department of State's International Visitor Leadership Program, comprised of young political and economic Leaders. They're focused on the theme RISE: Renew, Inspire, Serve and Empower.
Meet these inspiring visitors and exchange meaningful conversations over tasty international dishes!
This event will be pot-luck style so bring your favorite international dish (no pork please), wine or beer.*
[CAS Luncheon Series] This talk will discuss ethnic identity among Korean-Chinese communities along China’s borders, including the Korean Peninsula and Russia. These communities have changed significantly due to transnational migration networks. In particular, urban changes due to migration remittances and development will be discussed. Featuring Yinhe Li, Ph.D. student in Geography at Ewha Women's University. Lunch will be provided.
[Non-CAS Event] On Tuesday, November 4, 2014, the Center for China-U.S. Cooperation will host a panel discussion titled "Sustained Protests in Hong Kong: Economic Prosperity versus Political Participation." Panelists will be Peter Ho, Diane Lee, and Ambassador Chris Hill. Professor Suisheng Zhao will moderate. The panel will take place in Room 301 at the Josef H. Korbel School of International Studies.