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"What the Fourth Plenum Meeting Brings to Rule of Law in China"
Wang Xixin
Mon. Oct 27
12:10 PM - 1:10 PM
William and June Warren Hall, RM 103
No registration required.

Brown Bag Lecture
"Arguing for Justice in China: Public Opinion, Legal Controversy, and the Chinese Dream"
Joshua Rosenzweig
Wed. Oct 29
12:10 PM – 1:10 PM
Jerome Greene Hall, Room 105
No registration required.

Transnational Asian/American Series
"The Model Minority Revisited: Facts, Myths, and Realities about Asian Americans"
Jennifer Lee, Vivian Louie, Ellen Wu
Wed. Oct 29
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Hamilton Hall, Room 420
No registration required.

Modern Tibetan Studies: Lecture
"A Digital Corpus of Tibetan Texts as a Tool for Tibetologists"
Nathan Hill
Thurs. Oct 30
4:00 PM – 5:30 PM
Butler, RM 523
No registration required.



WEAI Director
Eugenia Lean

Regional Expertise: China | Japan | Korea | Mongolia | Southeast Asia | Taiwan | Tibet


WEAI professor Charles K. Armstrong receives the 2014 John K. Fairbank Prize.

Read about the "Beyond Modernity: Understanding Change in China" Conference in honor of Professor Madeleine Zelin here

WEAI professors Hugh Patrick and David Weinstein discuss Japanese companies with Slate

WEAI professor Gerald Curtis talks with Reuters about resignations in Shinzo Abe's cabinet

Accepting Submissions! - Winter 2015 APAC Journal on "Education, Social Movements & Democracy"

WEAI professor Charles K. Armstrong talks on CNN about North Korea's Kim Jong Un

WEAI professor Andrew J. Nathan discusses the Hong Kong protests with Al Jazeera America.

WEAI Modern Tibetan Studies director Robert Barnett writes op-ed about the future of the Dalai Lama for CNN.

Read the report on the June 27, 2014 WEAI/SIPA event "Tension Reduction in Northeast Asia: A U.S. Experts Workshop"

Professor Carol Gluck has been named the 2014-15 Cleveringa Professor at Leiden University

WEAI Professor Eugenia Lean receives the 2013-14 Faculty Mentoring Award from the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.


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