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April 5 - Titles2 film festival to celebrate cinema from India
March 14 - Chao Center to host screening of 'Returning Soul' documentary March 24
March 7 - Rice to host 'The Sustainable City: Migration and Urban Growth in Shanghai and in Houston'
Thanks to all the hard work of Asian Studies Curator Michael Meng, positions: asia critique will be available at the National Library of China and Shanghai Library. Michael was able to work with Ms. Jie Liu at the National Library of China and Ms. Jing Jin of the Shanghai Library to make this possible.
At the Chao Center for Asian Studies, Dr. Tani Barlow and staff met with senior level faculty members from Peking University - Professor Pingqiu An, Professor Wei Lu and Professor Guowu Wu - to discuss opporunitities for partnership.
Above: CCAS Director Tani Barlow and Peking University Professor Pingqiu An
August 24 - New doc 'Forgotten Soldiers' honors Filipino soldiers
Event organizer Christy Panis Poisot looks at a photograph, as Tom Abrahams, of ABC 13, listens to filmmakers
Donald Plata and Chris Schaefer answer questions.
July 20 - Recording personal histories, one witness at a time
June 21 - Fondren receives reproduction of rare Taiwanese manuscript
May 4 - "Chao Center to help preserve oral histories of Vietnamese Americans"
April 6 - "Rice to host Asian Film Festival April 13-15"
March 26 - "Rice to celebrate work of documentary filmmaker Surabhi Sharma"
From the Kinder Institute Blog - "What Makes a City Beautiful?"
March 23 - March 25, 2012
The Chao Center for Asian Studies hosted the first meeting of the joint conference series, "Communist Feminism(s): A Transnational Perspective." More photograph can be seen on the Chao Center's Facebook page. Also look for the story in the Rice News.
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