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An Event with the Chinese Comic Artist, Li Xiaoguai

Subversive Writing and Political Comics An Event with the Chinese Comic Artist, Li Xiaoguai, an Icon of Chinese Internet Culture and Youth Culture April 2, Monday, 4:30-6:00 pm Room 102,  Stephen C. Hall (Street address:  225 Bobby Dodd Way, NW Atlanta, Georgia 30332) Georgia Tech Campus Plus:…

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Symposium on ASIA-USA Partnership Opportunities (SAUPO)

The Symposium on ASIA-USA Partnership Opportunities (SAUPO), the largest Asia business conference in the USA, is organized by KSU Asian Studies Program. Register for $249 dollars online here: http://saupo.kennesaw.edu Time: 8:00am-6:00pm, Friday April 13, 2018 Location: Grand Ballroom, Renaissance Atlanta Waverly Hotel…

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Maggie Wedeman: Studying China & Chinese

Maggie Wedeman, Schwarzman Fellow, National Committee on U.S.-China Relations, New York City. Join Maggie for her presentation, a discussion and an opportunity to meet other students.  Lunch will be provided. Maggie is currently a fellow with the National Committee on…

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Maggie Wedeman: Studying China and Chinese

Maggie Wedeman, Schwarzman Fellow, National Committee on U.S.-China Relations, New York City, will present on her experiences studying China and Chinese, and now working with the National Committee. Join Maggie for her presentation, a discussion and an opportunity to meet…

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Tibetan Film Screenings, Jan. 24th & 27th

Note that the screening is free but tickets are required for the Jan. 24th and 27th screenings at Agnes Scott. Please see the fliers attached for details. All screenings will host a Q&A with the directors!   Agnes Scott, Jan.…

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Tibetan Film Screening @ Georgia Tech

Note that the Jan. 23rd Screening at Georgia Tech is free; Tickets are required for The Jan. 24th and 27th screenings at Agnes Scott and Midtown Art Center. Please see the fliers attached for details. All three will host a…

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