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- The Mass Biopolitics of Medicine in Socialist China
Ban Wang, William Haas Professor in Chinese Studies, Stanford University
This talk will discuss the films Spring Comes to Withered Trees (Kumu fengchun 枯木逢春, 1961) and Spring Shoots (Chunmiao春苗, 1975).
- Biden’s China Policy: Old Wine in New Bottles?
Andrew J. Nathan, Class of 1919 Professor of Political Science, Columbia University
Professor Andrew J. Nathan will discuss the elements of Biden's China strategy and assess what he is likely to achieve.
- Carbon neutrality and life cycle thinking
Ming Xu, Professor and Director of China Programs, School for Environment and Sustainability Professor, University of Michigan
This talk will discuss the landscape of carbon neutrality commitments around the world including in China, and the roles that life cycle thinking plays in carbon neutrality.
- Hong Kong, China and the New Feelings Between Them: the Sentimental Politics of the Great Prosperity Dream
Professor, Tsung-yi Michelle Huang, Department of Geography, National Taiwan University