Upcoming Tiger Event
Sunday, December 3, 2023 at 1:00:00 AM UTC
Where are you in the World of California?
The students in ChorSwang Ngin’s undergraduate anthropology class at California State University, Los Angeles, will give a presentation based on their ethnographic fieldwork/participant observation research method on their experience as Angelinos at their university. They will write about themselves through an analysis of their ethnicity and their culture. They will examine the dominant values of their university, and report on their activities on campus, including a banned book event, and a teach-in on Gaza. They will also focus on the Anthropocene and their suggestions to mitigate the climate crisis.
Registration for the talk is by email invitation only, and at this time participation is limited to members of our Tiger Community, including Helen Lin's students, colleagues, family, and invited guests. We welcome friends and colleagues of Tiger Community members to join us -- please have them send us their contact information, so we can send them an invitation. Email: HTL.Legacy@gmail.com
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Past Tiger Events
November 5, 2023 at 12:00:00 AM
Murder in Manchuria:
The True Story of a Jewish Virtuoso, Russian Fascists, a French Diplomat, and a Japanese Spy in Occupied China
Scott D. Seligman, Writer, historian, genealogist, retired corporate executive
Dori Jones Yang, Author and Speaker
October 8, 2023 at 12:00:00 AM
On the Confucian Communist Comeback in Contemporary China
Daniel A. Bell (貝淡寧) - Professor, Chair of Political Theory with the Faculty of Law at the University of Hong Kong
Vivian Lin - Executive Associate Dean, LKS Faculty of Medicine, Hong Kong University