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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Fall Semester 2021 Events:

12 noon webinar Tue Oct 5. (Zoom passcode: IRC, Meeting ID: 931 4418 7392) “A China Shock or a Multinational Shock? A Reappraisal of the China Shock in Trade by Lizhi Liu, Georgetown.

7 p.m. webinar, Thu Oct 7. “Exploring the phenomenon of ‘Versailles’ bragging on Chinese social media,” by Xinren Chen, Nanjing University.

7 p.m. webinar, Mon Oct 11. CEAS partnering with the Wisconsin Book Festival for a public lecture by author Te-Ping Chen on her new collection of short stories set in China, Land of Big Numbers.

4 p.m. in person event, Wed Oct 13 @ 206 Ingraham. “Social Reproductions in Mao-Era China: How Rural Women’s Handloom Weaving (and Child-Rearing, Pig-Raising, Firewood-Gathering, Food-Scavenging, etc.) Subsidized Socialist Industrialization” by Jacob Eyferth, Chicago.

4 p.m. in person event, Mon Oct 18 @ Elvehjem Building, Room L140.  “Garden as Cosmos: The Transformation of Flower and Plant Painting in Late Ming Dynasty China,” by Katie Ryor, Carleton College.

4 p.m. in person event, Tue Oct 26 @206 Ingraham.  CEAS “What Are You Working On?” lecture. New Digital Research Methods for Chinese History by Joseph Dennis, UW-Madison, History.

4 p.m. webinar, Tue Nov 9. Transporting Jade in China: Objects, Ecology, and Local Bureaucracy in Qing Xinjiang,” by Yulian Wu, Michigan State.

4 p.m. webinar, Tue Nov 16. Lecture on media activism in China by Guobin Yang, Annenberg School of communication, University of Pennsylvania.