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Suffolk students invited to participate in premier US-China relations conference

The Forum for American/Chinese Exchange at Stanford (FACES) invites Suffolk students to apply to be a delegate to the FACES On Common Ground 2011 conference. On Common Ground brings forty future leaders of the U.S. and China together to speak with current world leaders, which have previously included President George H.W. Bush, Secretary of State […]

China Town Hall Forum

Monday, October 18, 2010 7pm Sargent Hall, R496 120 Tremont Street, Suffolk University Law School

U.S. Ambassador to China Jon Huntsman will speak about issues in U.S.-China relations and take questions from the audience via live video feed. Douglas Spelman, Deputy […]

Incoming Freshman Wins Chinese Heritage Scholarship

Congratulations to Jonathan Huang (’14), recent recipient of the Waterman-Waring-Langone Scholarship, an award that encourages students to become well-versed in their heritage and to contribute to the growth of the Chinese American community.

Huang is a martial arts instructor at Nam Pai Kung Fu Academy in Boston’s Chinatown, and has launched a martial arts program […]

Academic Year Full of Visiting Scholar Events

The Rosenberg Institute is proud to announce a new academic year of events with visiting scholars:

Suffolk Cinema Series Hidden Warriors: Women on the Ho Chi Minh trail With Director Dr. Karen Gottschang Turner, College of the Holy Cross Turner, author of Even the Women Must Fight: Memories of War from North Vietnam and China […]

China in the Eyes of Dr. Suleski

Suffolk's Ron Suleski in China with scholar Yang Jinhai

Suffolk’s own Dr. Ronald Suleski, the director of the Rosenberg Institute for East Asian Studies, is featured in a new three-volume set titled China in the Eyes of Harvard: Interviews with the Experts on China Issues in Harvard University 哈佛看中國: 全玖頂級中國問題專家談中國問題.

The book, published in […]

Acclaimed Chinese Folk Dance Show Visits Boston in First of Two U.S. Stops

“Wind of Colorful Guizhou,” a large-scale traveling show of folk dances from the Guizhou province in China, will be stopping in Boston September 5th for one of only two U.S. performances.

The show’s creator, Ding Wei, was a director of the Beijing Olympics Opening Ceremony. In the “Wind of Colorful Guizhou” Wei combines stage art, […]

Global and Economic Implications of China’s Sex Ratio Imbalance, April 16th

A lecture by Shang-Jin Wei, of Columbia University

Thursday, April 16th, 2009 5:30pm Sargent Hall, room 295 120 Tremont Street Dr. Shang-Jin Wei is Professor of Finance and Economics and N.T. Wang Professor of Chinese Business and Economy at Columbia University, and Director of Working Group on the Chinese Economy and Research Associate at the […]

Hurst Hannum, Professor of International Law, Tufts University, explores Human Rights in China: Inside and Outside

Hurst Hannum is Professor of International Law at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University, where he teaches courses in international human rights and related topics. In 2006-2008, he was Sir Y.L. Pao Professor of Public Law at the University of Hong Kong. Professor Hannum has served as counsel in cases before European, Inter-American, […] […]

Competing in Beijing: China and the 2008 Olympics, the Rosenberg Institute for East Asian Studies Inaugural Event

First Seminar for the Rosenberg Institute for East Asian Studies: By 2010, China and Japan will rank as the world’s second and third largest economies. To meet this challenge and compete in a global marketplace, Suffolk University and Barbara and Richard M. Rosenberg ’52 are pleased to announce the inauguration of a world-class Institute for East […] […]