This webinar will discuss possible liability — or legal consequences more broadly — under public international law (PIL) and U.S. law for pandemic-related action or inaction.
Wednesday, April 22, 2020In "How Xenophobia Spreads Like a Virus," Professor Erika Lee traced the history of anti-Chinese discrimination in the United States, including discriminatory attitudes and immigration policies. Professor Lee also outlined the role...
Tuesday, April 7, 2020The China Center is here for our Chinese students and scholars and rejects any bias against them in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. If you believe that you are experiencing discrimination or bias, please contact the Bias...
Tuesday, March 24, 2020The China Center awarded the 2020 Sping Lin and Ying-Ngoh T. Lin Visiting Scholars fellowship to Professor Samuel L. Myers Jr., who will sponsor Dr. Xiuping Zhang’s three-month visit.
Chinese Immersion in Harbin
Going to China gave me an experience that I could not have gotten at home in the U.S.
Forming International Friendships in Hong Kong
During my experience abroad, I really enjoyed getting to know students from Hong Kong and around the world.
Navigating Hong Kong
When I arrived in Hong Kong, groggy and jet-lagged from the travel, I was overwhelmed by the experience of being in a completely new and foreign place.