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Center for Global Education Director Tony Jackson presented education policy strategies to prepare globally competent students in an interconnected world.
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Dr. Du Pengfei shares his insight into establishing Tsinghua University Art Museum at the heart of an institution specialized in science and technology.
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An evening screening of Dreaming Against the World of Chinese artist Mu Xin, followed by a discussion about the film.
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A mesmerizing concert of a cappella songs, ancient Gregorian chants, and traditional organ pieces featuring a three-manual organ.
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How are five East Asian countries advancing 21st century competencies in their education reforms?
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Bernard, Shirley and Khalil Kinsey shares their personal stories and importance of showing the Kinsey Collection outside of the U.S..
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Celebrations included a performance of collaborative musical traditions between China and the United States.
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Curtis S. Chin and Dhamey Tenzing Norgay talks about the Himalayan region and ascending Mount Everest.
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Bombay Jayashri Ramnath gives an exclusive performance, featuring her Oscar-nominated work "Pi's Lulluby".
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The Korea Center continued its hosting of high profile events during the month of March with a special dinner at Habib House, the residence of the Ambassador of the United States to Korea.
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Richard Bush argues that the growing gulf between the Chinese government and Hong Kong democracy activists could have been avoided.
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Kevin Rudd discusses the rise of political disrupters and the need to advance democratic institutions and the liberal world order.