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China at 60: Myths and Realities

Date: Tue. January 26th, 2010, 4:00 pm-6:00 pm

Spring 2010 Asian Studies Lecture Series

All lectures held at 4:30 p.m.
(with receptions at 4:00 p.m. on Jan. 26 and Feb. 23)

Free and open to the public

Mandel Center for Non-Profit Organizations
11402 Bellflower Road, Cleveland

Visitor Parking: metered lots at corner of Euclid and Ford, and on Bellflower Road across from Mandel Center; Campus Center Garage (below Severance Hall, entrance on East Blvd.)

Sponsored by the Asian Studies Program with funding from the Mitzie Levine Verne and Daniel Verne Endowment for Asian Studies.

About the Series

In the Chinese zodiacal calendar the passage of 60 years marks the completion of a full cycle. The People’s Republic of China has now entered its second cycle, and the prognosticators are busy contemplating how it will unfold. The Asian Studies Program has invited four experts on contemporary China to share their visions of where China has been and where it is likely to be going. The series starts with the question, “How Fragile is China?” and then considers separately the role of China’s military, the significance of electoral reform, and the unsettled and unsettling question of China’s minority nationality policies.

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