Global Food Security During COVID
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Fourth year Adrian Ke’s research into Chinese Peruvian immigrants fueled her thesis and a deeper connection to her own cultural identity.
Rising junior Angela Shen researches the ritual and practice of judo, taekwondo, kung fu, and karate.
Through a spring Center for Undergraduate Research and Fellowships grant, rising senior Hannah De Oliveira explored archives across the country to study viewpoints within Japanese American internment camps.
Students in Christopher P. Atwood’s Penn Global seminar on Mongolian civilization explored the capital and vast grasslands of Mongolia, meeting welcoming locals along the way.
Frederick R. Dickinson, professor of Japanese history and director of the Center for East Asian Studies, offers his take on Abe’s impact on Japan, foreign policy, and lessons we can draw from his killing.
Hong Kong marks 25 years under Chinese control on July 1. Jacques deLisle, director of the Center for the Study of Contemporary China, discusses where Hong Kong stands now and what the future might hold.
In a political science course and new book, Director of China Programs and Strategic Initiatives Scott Moore unfurls the layers of China’s approach to sustainability and technology.
Tamia Harvey-Martin premieres “A Foolproof Guide to Relationships,” a short film about asexuality, at the LGBT Center on June 28.
Christopher Carothers of the Center for the Study of Contemporary China discusses how Putin managed to personalize power for himself and what that means for Russia’s neighbors and the world.
Ethan Kallett has been awarded full funding to pursue an interdisciplinary master’s degree in China studies, with a concentration in economics and management, at the Yenching Academy of Peking University in Beijing.