Events

“Environment in Asia” Reunion with a Tribute to Robert Marks and Peter Perdue

Presented via Zoom

Read our blog posts on the event: Exploring How the Environment Shapes China’s History and Conference Examines Planning and China’s Rapidly Growing Cities Organizer: Ling Zhang, Boston College; Convener of the Environment in Asia series Note: Due to the limited capacity of the venue, the symposium will be a closed-door event. The public may view […]

Rejuvenating Communism: Youth Organizations and Elite Renewal in Post-Mao China

Wexner W-434 A.B 19 Eliot St, Cambridge, United States

Speaker: Jérôme Doyon, Junior Professor at SciencesPo; author of Rejuvenating Communism: Youth Organizations and Elite Renewal in Post-Mao ChinaRespondent: Elizabeth Perry, Henry Rosovsky Professor of Government at Harvard University; Director, Harvard-Yenching Institute, […]

Wealth and Politics in Asia: HYI Annual Roundtable

Fong Auditorium, Boylston Hall Boylston Hall, Cambridge, MA, United States

Panelists:Yuen Yuen Ang, Alfred Chandler Chair of Political Economy, Johns Hopkins UniversityYasheng Huang, Epoch Foundation Professor of International Management, MIT Sloan School of ManagementDevesh Kapur, Starr Foundation Professor of South […]

How Soy Sauce Shapes Modern China: The Power of an Everyday Food—2023 Fairbank Center Reischauer Lecture Series featuring Angela KC Leung, Night One, “Becoming an Everyday Food: Soy Sauce in the High Qing Period”

CGIS South, Tsai Auditorium (S010) 1730 Cambridge St, Cambridge, MA, United States

Read our blog post on this series of lectures: What Soy Sauce Can Tell Us About History, Politics—and Chinese Identity The lecture series examines the cultural and political meaning of soy sauce by tracing its long trajectory from an obscure elite condiment to a mundane, everyday food in the modern period. The condiment acquired in […]

How Soy Sauce Shapes Modern China: The Power of an Everyday Food—2023 Fairbank Center Reischauer Lecture Series featuring Angela KC Leung, Night Two, “The Power of a Malleable Everyday Food: Soy Sauce in Modern China”

CGIS South, Tsai Auditorium (S010) 1730 Cambridge St, Cambridge, MA, United States

Read our blog post on this series of lectures: What Soy Sauce Can Tell Us About History, Politics—and Chinese Identity The lecture series examines the cultural and political meaning of soy sauce by tracing its long trajectory from an obscure elite condiment to a mundane, everyday food in the modern period. The condiment acquired in […]

How Soy Sauce Shapes Modern China: The Power of an Everyday Food – 2023 Fairbank Center Reischauer Lecture Series featuring Angela KC Leung, Night Three, “Soy Sauce in Crisis: China’s First Engagement with Technoscience”

CGIS South, Tsai Auditorium (S010) 1730 Cambridge St, Cambridge, MA, United States

Read our blog post on this series of lectures: What Soy Sauce Can Tell Us About History, Politics—and Chinese Identity The lecture series examines the cultural and political meaning of soy sauce by tracing its long trajectory from an obscure elite condiment to a mundane, everyday food in the modern period. The condiment acquired in […]