Events

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 […]

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 […]

China Economy Lecture featuring Henry Gao – China, State Capitalism and the World Trading System

CGIS South Room S250 1730 Cambridge Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States

Speaker: Henry Gao, Professor of Law, Singapore Management University; Senior Fellow, CIGI Henry Gao is Professor of Law at Singapore Management University and Senior Fellow at CIGI. With law degrees from three continents, he started his career as the first Chinese lawyer at the WTO Secretariat. He has been an advisor on trade issues to […]

2023 China Law Symposium: Reacquainting with China through Common Interests – Discussing Disability Law in China

WCC 2012, Wasserstein Hall 1585 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States

2023 China Law Symposium: Reacquainting with China through Common InterestsThe Harvard Law School China Law Association (CLA) will host its annual China Law Symposium, “Reacquainting with China through Common Interests,” over the first two weeks of April. This year, we are highlighting topics of common interest to China and the United States, ranging across the […]

Film Screening: “The Schools Out of City,” Featuring Discussion with Executive Director (PEER), Hong Liu and Co-producer, Xinran Liang 

CGIS South, Room S050 1730 Cambridge St, Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States

Speakers:Hong Liu, Executive Director of PEER, an NGO dedicated to promoting educational equity in rural China Xinran Liang, Co-producer of the documentary  Menghan Shen, Associate Professor of Government, Sun Yat-Sen University; Research Fellow, HKS  Rural China. Mysterious, distant, silent. What does it mean to address rural-urban educational inequality in China as an individual and a volunteer? […]

Urban China Series featuring Cai Meina – Legal Discrimination, Contention Pyramid, and Land Takings in China

Presented via Zoom

Speaker: Cai Meina, University of Connecticut How do land-dispossessed villagers protect their interests in a context where the legal framework discriminates against them? Contrary to the existing research that focuses on protests, this research identifies negotiations as a strategy of the dispossessed to engage with local governments and improve their compensation arrangement. Negotiations are more […]

2023 China Law Symposium: Reacquainting with China through Common Interests – Antitrust in China: Debunking the Myth and Unravelling the Intricacies

WCC 2012, Wasserstein Hall 1585 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States

2023 China Law Symposium: Reacquainting with China through Common InterestsThe Harvard Law School China Law Association (CLA) will host its annual China Law Symposium, “Reacquainting with China through Common Interests,” over the first two weeks of April. This year, we are highlighting topics of common interest to China and the United States, ranging across the […]