WEDNESDAY | FEBRUARY 3 | 4:00 - 5:30 PM | THH 102
LIU Yingsheng is Professor of History and Director of the Institute of Asian Studies at Nanjing University. He is Chair of the Chinese National Society of Mongol-Yuan Studies and is one of the leading experts on the Yuan dynasty and the Mongol World Empire. He is particularly noted for his knowledge of Persian sources, and having also spent time in the U.S. and throughout Europe, is one of the very few scholars who can engage across cultural boundaries.
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Last Wednesday, January 27, over 70 undergraduate and graduate students joined EASC for the fourth annual EASC East Asia Career Panel. Our four panelists, who come from East Asia-related professions in international commerce, product and business development, banking, and marketing and communications offered personal, detailed anecdotes and advice in regards to the advantages of having East Asia-related skills and knowledge in their respective job field and career path. For those of you who missed this event, please click on these links to view the photos and video of the event:
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Deadlines for various EASC applications are coming up! Please keep them in mind as you apply for our funding and programs. If you missed our information sessions on EASC Fellowships and Global East Asia, please review our video recording of each session: EASC Fellowships 2016-17 & Global East Asia Summer 2016.
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In the February 1, 2016 issue:
>Due Friday: FLAS & ACE-Nikaido Fellowships
>Wednesday: Special Lecture with Prof. LIU Yingsheng
>Event Wrap: EASC East Asia Career Panel
>Call for Papers
>Job or Funding Opportunities
>Chinese Summer Programs Info Sessions
>Events Around USC & LA
USC Marching Band to perform in Macao for Chinese New Year Parade
February 4st, 2016
USC News highlighted the USC Trojan Marching Band's first ever upcoming performance in Macao to celebrate Chinese New Year at the Parade for Celebration of the Year of the Monkey.
Taiwan's Cloud Gate Dance Theatre Masters Tai Chi
February 1st, 2016
USC News covered the exclusive master class instructed by Cloud Gate's rehearsal director and senior dancer Chou Chang-ning, who introduced students to concepts of tai chi to incorporate into dance.
North Korea Missile Could Launch Early Next Week, Japanese Officials Warn
January 28th, 2016
The International Business Times quoted Mike Chinoy of the U.S.-China Institute about North Korea's claims to a successful hydrogen bomb test.
USC-based Project Aims to Keep Memory of Nanjing Massacre Alive
January 25th, 2016
The LA Times published an article covering the USC Shoah Foundation's efforts to collect testimony from Nanjing massacre survivors.