Every Friday night, the Students Engaged in Environmental Discussion club shows a movie meant to inform students, faculty and staff on topics that affect the planet and spark conversation.
Tag Archives | china
American economist, historian and political scientist Richard Rosencrance proposed differentiating economic industries with China to avoid a potential war in his lecture “The Next Great War? The Root of World War I and the Risk of U.S.-China Conflict,” April 30 in the Campus Center Ballroom.
As she stepped outside of the Arts and Communications Building and into the unforgiving sun, she placed a hat on her head and began to talk about her home, Wuhan, China, which happens to be one of the hottest and most humid places to live.
With the advancement in technological warfare, it seems that countries that primarily use human soldiers are now going to have a difficult task of combating enemies, especially ones they cannot see.
Julius Coles, former president of Africare, discussed the economic and social problems Africa has faced, as well as how the continent has improved in recent years, during his talk on Sept. 20 in the Howell Board Room.
A full house of more than 50 spectators, challenging the maximum occupancy of 46, attended the lecture on “China: Insights,” curated by writer Allan D. Coleman at the Pomona Museum of Art in Claremont last week.
Nearly two weeks ago, Google Inc. successfully shut down its search engine in China after declaring in January it would not comply with Chinese censorship.
Yingxia Cao, director of institutional research at the University of La Verne, challenged American education with an informative lecture on the relationship between private higher education and the labor market in China.