Nienhauser receives Special Book Award of China honor

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Remembering ‘Red Cap’ China lecture series founder and former WCI board chair Wade Fetzer

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Chancellor speaks on COVID-19 research at "Nanjing Tech Week 2020"

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Cap Times essay by UW Historian Judd Kinzley: "Chinese students have made lasting contributions to the university and the state for more than a century..."

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Donations to Wuhan, and then to Madison...

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Statement on community respect and support from UW-Madison Chancellor Becky Blank

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Parent group in China sends message of gratitude to UW-Madison chancellor.

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The UW-Madison's circa 1925 Chinese Students Club

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Spring Semester 2021 Events:

Wednesday, March 10, Midwestern Professionalization Seminar in East Asian Studies: Careers in Think Tanks Seminar, 3:00 PM, Online

Wednesday, March 23, China-U.S. Trade Relations and the Biden Administration, 9 a.m. Registration required for this online event.

Wednesday, March 31, Midwestern Professionalization Seminar in East Asian Studies: Careers in Journalism Seminar, 78:30 p.m. Online

Friday, April 9, Social Complexity and Communal Feasting with Beer in Neolithic North China 121:30 p.m.

Monday, April 19, Dream of Ding Village: A Conversation with Novelist Yan Lianke, 78 p.m. Online

Tuesday, April 27, Dealing with China: a panel discussion on U.S.-China relations under a Biden administration, focusing on national security, economics, and higher education. U.S. Rep. Kind, D-La Crosse, U.S. Rep. Gallagher, R-Green Bay, Bonnie S. Glaser, director of the Asia program for The German Marshall Fund of the United States, and Steve Ackerman, the vice chancellor for research and graduate education at UW-Madison, will participate. Noon – 1 p.m. Online