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12:30 pm Taiwan at Crossroad: Unprecedented Internal and External Challenges @ Nunn Conference Room, Habersham Building
Taiwan at Crossroad: Unprecedented Internal and External Challenges @ Nunn Conference Room, Habersham Building
Mar 2 @ 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
A Discussion Over Lunch with Lo Chih-Chiang Please RSVP with Jessica Palacios at jessica.palacios@inta.gatech.edu. Cross-Taiwan Strait relations have moved from a period of peace, stability, and trust in 2008-2016 to a period of instability, mistrust, and mounting tension since 2016.…
12:30 pm Disease Prevention and Control in China: Bull’s nose ring or tail? @ The Student Center, Room 321 Georgia Institute of Technology
Disease Prevention and Control in China: Bull’s nose ring or tail? @ The Student Center, Room 321 Georgia Institute of Technology
Mar 4 @ 12:30 pm – 1:45 pm
Disease Prevention and Control in China: Bull’s nose ring or tail? @ The Student Center, Room 321 Georgia Institute of Technology | Atlanta | Georgia | United States
A China Research Center Lecture on the New Coronavirus Disease Prevention and Control in China: Bull’s nose ring or tail? By Dr. Zhuo (Adam) Chen Wednesday, March 4th, 2020, 12:30-1:45 Student Center Room 321 Georgia Institute of Technology 350 Ferst…
12:20 pm Scholars or Spies? The Escalating Tension Between the U.S. and China in Academia @ The D.M. Smith Building, Room 303
Scholars or Spies? The Escalating Tension Between the U.S. and China in Academia @ The D.M. Smith Building, Room 303
Mar 6 @ 12:20 pm – 1:10 pm
Scholars or Spies? The Escalating Tension Between the U.S. and China in Academia @ The D.M. Smith Building, Room 303 | Atlanta | Georgia | United States
By John Krige, Kranzberg Professor, School of History and Sociology In April 2018, a U.S. Congressional Subcommittee spent a full afternoon discussing whether Chinese students at U.S. universities were bona fide scholars or were spying for the Beijing government. Charges…
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