Events / Kiang Endowed Lecture Series

Date Time Program Title
06/13/1912:00 PMCenter for Asian StudiesAccess Asia
05/30/1904:00 PMCenter for Asian StudiesBlack K-Pop: Racial Surplus and the Global Consumption of Korean Pop Music
05/09/1912:00 PMCenter for Asian StudiesAccess Asia
05/09/1912:00 PMCenter for Asian StudiesAccess Asia
05/02/1904:30 PMCenter for Asian Studies2019 Kiang Lecture: Tony S. Hsu, "Xu Zhimo's (徐志摩) Surprising Journey: An Exploration of my Grandfather's Life"
04/30/1903:30 PMCenter for Asian StudiesInhabiting the Past and the Present | A Reading and Author Talk with Xue Yiwei, author of Dr. Bethune's Children
03/14/1912:30 PMCenter for Asian StudiesAccess Asia
02/21/1903:00 PMCenter for Asian StudiesMonuments, Memories and the Martyrs of 1900: China's Boxer Crisis Revisited with Jeff Wasserstrom
02/15/1902:00 PMCenter for Asian StudiesAsian Food Week-Chinese Tea Time
02/14/1902:00 PMCenter for Asian StudiesAsian Food Week-Korean Street Food
02/13/1902:00 PMCenter for Asian StudiesAsian Food Week-Persian Tea Time
02/13/1906:00 PMCenter for Asian StudiesAsian Food Week-Conversation Kitchen "Korean Noodles in the Age of K-Pop"
02/12/1906:00 PMCenter for Asian StudiesAsian Food Week-Foods of Japan with Professor Sei Young Lee
02/11/1902:00 PMCenter for Asian StudiesAsian Food Week-How Tea Travels with Historians Alexander Day and Kelly Hammond
10/30/1808:00 PMCenter for Asian StudiesTaiwan Philharmonic w/ Shao-Chia Lü (conductor) and Stephen Hough (piano)
05/02/1804:30 PMCenter for Asian Studies15th Annual UCI Wan-Lin Kiang Lecture: The High Income Trap in East Asia
05/26/1605:00 PMCenter for Asian StudiesKiang Lecture: How Did China Get So Big? Redefining the Realm and its Subjects, ca 1680-1850
05/26/1505:00 PMCenter for Asian StudiesKiang Lecture: The Transit of Traditions in Chinese Studies
05/01/1405:00 PMCenter for Asian StudiesKiang Lecture: Chin aur Hind: An Indian Subaltern's Travel Narrative of China in 1900-1901
05/01/1405:00 PMCenter for Asian Studies11th Annual Kiang Lecture: "Chin aur Hind: An Indian Subaltern's Travel Narrative of China in 1900-1901"
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