The next entry in the CHOP (China Ongoing Perspectives) film series will be screened on Thursday, December 5, at 6 pm on the 10th floor of Weiser Hall (500 Church St.).
Posts by Liangyu Fu
We are pleased to announce that the next event in the “Deep Dive” series will be held on November 21-22, 2019, with U-M Professor Yun Zhou (Department of Sociology). The topic will be using mixed-methods to research gendered work-family conflict and China’s recent ending of the one-child policy.
The Special Collection Research Center recently acquired an early Japanese astronomy book titled 天経或問 (Japanese: Tenkei wakumon; Chinese: Tianjing huowen:"Questions and Answers on Astronomy"). Printed in 1730 in Tōkyō, it was a republication of a Chinese astronomy work supplemented with Japanese reading marks. Chinese Studies Librarian Liangyu Fu introduces us to this new acquisition.
Scholars from Singapore and Taiwan to discuss the DocuSky platform (developed by National Taiwan University) and its use in research projects on Chinese religion.
Discusses the close connection between DHAsia 2018 and our Deep Dive into Digital and Data Methods in Chinese Studies
Daniela Stockmann, Professor of Digital Politics and Media at the Hertie School of Governance in Berlin, will be the next speaker in the Deep Dive into Digital and Data Methods for Chinese Studies series, October 26-27.
From September 19 to November 15, the Asia Library (Hatcher Graduate Library 4th Floor North) will be hosting an exhibit that commemorates the 45th anniversary of the Chinese Table Tennis Delegation’s historic visit to the U.S. in 1972, especially to Ann Arbor and the U-M.
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