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Seminar cum book launch : “Zheng He and Chinese Diaspora”
The Boston Seminar in Immigration and Urban History
Brown Bag Seminar Center for Southwestern Studies, Southern Methodist
University: Crossing Boundaries, In between Homelands: Expulsion,
Diasporic Identities, and Memory of the Mexican Chinese 1910s-1980s (Julia
Workshop on Migration and Diversity in Asian Contexts
Digital Asia: Documentary Digital Video Workshop
Asian Visual Cultures Workshop
Roundtable discussion by Chinese Business History Group at the Association for Asian Studies (AAS) annual conference
Seminar cum book launch : "Zheng He and Chinese Diaspora"
Women's Internationalism and Orientalism: The Indochinese Women's Conferences of 1971
San Francisco Chinatown hospital: talk at National
Library of Medicine
ARI Asia Trends 2008 - Chineseness Unbound: Boundaries, Burdens and Belongings of Chineseness Outside China (11 September 2008)(Abstract)Fourth Chinese Business History Forum, Centre for Asian Studies, Hong Kong University. (18-19 Sep 2008)
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Asian Food Beyond Borders in San Francisco
Cityscapes of Diaspora: Chinatowns and Beyond. Middlesex University.
ASIAN AMERICAN ARTISTS IN CALIFORNIA: A Symposium
“*In Search of the Roots of President Yuan Shikai’s Family*”, presented by professor KaChuen Yuan Gee and Professor Janey (Sheau-Yueh) Chao. Mid-Manhattan Library. The New York Public Library. 7 March 2009. 2.30-4.00pm
“The Dragon and the Crown – Hong Kong Memoirs by Stanley Kwan”. Center for Chinese Research. University of British Columbia. Thursday, October 22. 4:00pm - 6:00pm. Conference Room #120, C.K. Choi Building. 1855 West Mall
The Detroit Council For World Affairs
THE STATE OF CHINESE AMERICA: A COMMUNITY FORUM
Advanced Oral History Summer Institute.
"The World is Not Always Flat: Historical Geography Studies in Global Contexts". Lecture by Prof. Ge Jianxiong. Director of Fudan University Library, Shanghai, China. Professor of Chinese Historical Geography, Fudan University. Global Studies Forum. organized by Global Studies Program in the Arts and Humanities. Rm. 303. International Center. Michigan State University. Wednesday. 24 March 2010. 4.00-5.30pm.