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Lanterns and Special Effects in 17th Century China

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Via Amy Zhang ’15:

Don’t miss this talk tomorrow afternoon at the Center for East Asian Studies! Professor of East Asian Languages and Literature at Yale University, Tina Lu, will be speaking on ‘Lanterns and Special Effects in 17th Century China’.

Date: Tomorrow, September 23rd
Time: 4:30PM
Place: Center for East Asian Studies Seminar Room

CEAS Lunch Series

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The newly minted Center for East Asian Studies has a wonderful lineup of talks and events this semester, including their monthly Chinese Lunch Series. The Japanese lunches will begin in October.

Tuesday’s presenter will be Visiting Assistant Professor Yingzhi Zhao, whose topic is: “??????” [“A 17th- Century Garden
Painting”]. A table discussion in Chinese will follow the presentation.

All native speakers and learners are invited. And best of all, lunch will be provided!

Check out the CEAS website for more events and like the CEAS Facebook page to be kept in the loop.

Date: Tuesday, Sept 16
Time: 12 pm
Place: 41 Wyllys Room 115

Political Culture and Regime Sustainability in China

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From Amy Zhang ’15:

A fascinating talk awaits you at the Center for East Asian Studies this afternoon: Wenfang Tang from the University of Iowa will speak on “Political Culture and Regime Sustainability in China” at 4:30pm in the CEAS Seminar Room. All students are welcome.

Date: TODAY
Time: 4:30
Place: Center for East Asian Studies Seminar Room