Ash Center Foyer, 124 Mount Auburn Street, Suite 200N
Join us for a discussion with Ash Center Spring 2020 Fellow Rey-Sheng Her, Spokesperson and Director of Humanity of Tzu Chi Foundation, Associate Professor of Tzu Chi University and Chief Advisor of the Center for Goodness Study in China. Arnold Howitt, Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy, Co-Director of the Program on Crisis...
Join the faculty and staff of the Bloomberg Harvard City Leadership Initiative for an info session on summer 2020 student fellowships. Learn about participating cities and projects as well as how to apply for this year's summer fellowship program cycle. Refreshments will be served
You're invited to a panel discussion on Taiwan's January 11th presidential and parliamentary elections with Alice Chen MPA/ID 2022 and Joseph Fewsmith, Professor of International Relations and Political Science at Boston University and a fellow at Harvard's Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies. This discussion will be moderated by Ash Center Director and Daewoo Professor of International Affairs Tony Saich. The panel will unpack the results of last month's elections and discuss their impact on Taiwan and the Asia-Pacific region more broadly.
Ash Center foyer, 124 Mt Auburn Street, Suite 200N
You're invited to the spring semester 2020 student resources fair at the Ash Center. Learn about all the Ash Center's opportunities to connect with the world of practice, including our spring study groups, technology workshops, summer fellowship opportunities with our Mayoral Leadership in Education Network and...
124 Mt Auburn Street, South Lobby, Suite 160S, Room 105
Join Ash Center fellows Miles Rapoport and Tova Wang for a five-part study group examining various aspects of the burgeoning democracy reform movement sweeping through states across the country. Session 1 is entitled "Youth Activism, Youth Voting: Is This its Year?" Special guests include Dawn Boudwin...
Taylor Seminar Room, Lippmann House, 1 Francis Ave., Cambridge
Long before she was Beijing bureau chief for The New York Times, Jane Perlez was an accidental tourist at the peak of China's Cultural Revolution. Join the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard as she screens rare footage and talks about her impressions of a 1967 trip to Shanghai and cities around China, when Red Guards turned China upside down. The event will be moderated by Lucy Hornby, a 2020 Nieman Fellow at Harvard
Ash Center Foyer, 124 Mount Auburn St., Floor 2, Suite 200N
Join us for a conversation with Jean-Pierre Cabestan, Professor of Political Science at Hong Kong Baptist University and author of China Tomorrow: Democracy or Dictatorship?. The conversation will be moderated by Tony Saich, Ash Center Director and Daewoo Professor of International Affairs.
Ash Center Foyer, 124 Mount Auburn Street, Suite 200N, Floor 2
Join Jesse Turiel, Ash Center China Energy Postdoctoral Fellow AY 2019-2021, for a discussion about his research on Chinese air quality reports and discrepancies in local Chinese government and U.S embassy data. Yinxian Zhang, Ash Center China Public Policy Postdoctoral Fellow AY 2019-2020, will...