International filmmakers and developers interested in partnering with China on business ventures such as constructing theme parks or filming movies are advised to have a deep understanding of the Chinese culture, panelists… more>
In her first book, Magnetic Refrain, Nicky Sa-Eun Schildkraut, a Ph.D. student in literature and creative writing in USC Dornsife, frames her poetry collection around themes of loss and waves of diasporic flight as a result of… more>
Whether it is South Korea’s booming economy or North Korea’s nuclear ambitions, the business and politics of the Korean Peninsula make headlines on a regular basis, said David Kang.
“Solving the North Korean… more>
Growing up in Tampa, Fl., where Koreans comprise less than 1 percent of the population, Jimisha Tolliver had never heard of lotus chips.
When visiting Korea for the first time, the USC College senior couldn’t get enough… more>
An expert in U.S.-Japan relations, the USC College professor emeritus earned special recognition for advancing Japanese studies in various posts.
Gordon Berger, professor emeritus of history at USC College, received the 2009… more>
A tall, mysterious edifice looms over Shanghai. The Oriental Pearl Tower, located in the Pudong district, juts out of the landscape as if from another place and time.
USC College undergraduates Annie Gillman and Blair Jason… more>