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Thomas Wilson
Chicago Tribune Interviews Wilson on Confucian Philosophy

Professor of History Thomas Wilson spoke about Confucian philosophy has influenced modern Chinese cuisine and how “…Confucius has become a brand in a sense," in an article in the Chicago Tribune. In “Philosophy influenced Chinese cuisine,” published on Jan. 10, Wilson summarized the trend.  "It's marketable, and Confucius is the friendly face of civility that kind of replaces the scary face of Mao in past days."  More ...

Charlotte Lee
Lee Publishes Book Review

Assistant Professor of Government Charlotte Lee published a review of Politics and Society in Contemporary China in the January issue of The China Journal.  More ...

Galia Slayen '13
Galia Slayen '13 Chosen as FACES Delegate

Galia Slayen ’13, a Chinese and government major, has been accepted as a delegate to Forum for American-Chinese Exchange at Stanford University (FACES).  FACES is an exchange program that sends 20 American and 20 Chinese students to Stanford University and then to China to promote cross-cultural exchange. Forty delegates were chosen from among 316 applicants.  More ...

Chris Vasantkumar
Vasantkumar Publishes Essay in Critical Han Studies

Luce Junior Professor of Anthropology and Asian Studies Chris Vasantkumar is the author of a chapter in Critical Han Studies: The History, Representation, and Identity of China's Majority, which will be published in February by the University of California Press.  More ...

David Shambaugh
GW Professor to Address “China’s International Identities”

“China’s International Identities: The Conflicted Rising Power” in a lecture on Thursday, Sept. 8, at 4:30 p.m., in KJ’s Bradford Auditorium. The event is free and open to the public.  More ...

Yinghan Ding
Ding '12 and Inzer Quoted in New York Times

Junior Yinghan Ding  was featured in The New York Times' Education Life section on Nov. 7 in an article titled “The China Boom.” Dean of Admission Monica Inzer was also quoted in The New York TimesEducation Life section on Nov. 7 as well as in the education blog The Choice on Nov. 4.  More ...

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