Past Tiger Events
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Programming on Law, Rights, and Governance in China: The Ford Foundation Experience in Different Times

Presenter/Panelists

Ira Belkin, Senior Research Fellow and former Executive Director, US-Asia Law Institute; and Adjunct Professor of Law, New York University School of Law; Phyllis Chang, Founder and former President, China Law and Development (CLD), Beijing; and Mark Sidel, Doyle-Bascom Professor of Law and Public Affairs, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Moderator

Mark Sidel

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How Chinese Must a Chinese be? Identities of Chinese Indonesian Asylum Seekers On Trial in the US

Presenter/Panelists

ChorSwang Ngin, Professor of Anthropology and former Director of the Asian and Asian American Studies Program, California State University Los Angeles

Moderator

Diane Young Spitzer, Deputy Director and General Counsel, Massachusetts Securities Division

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Not so Insular: The Influence of Other Languages and Dialects on Mandarin

Presenter/Panelists

Neil Kubler, Stanfield Professor of Asian Studies, Department of Asian Studies, Williams College

Moderator

Lisa Chang Ahnert, former Director of Asian Studies at Southern Methodist University and former Director of Chinese Studies at Hong Kong International School

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Tiger Zash!

Presenter/Panelists

Moderator

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China - US Relations: A Sino-Optimist's View - Past Present and Future

Presenter/Panelists

Priscilla Hoffman-Stowe, United States Department of State (Ret.). Retired as Senior Economic Analyst and Deputy Director, Office of Economic Policy, Bureau of Intelligence and Research. Now working at State as a Senior Management Consultant, Freedom of Information Requests.

Moderator

Debi Carter, Former Senior Director of Customer Success, Salesforce

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How an Accidental Art Historian Found Her Way to China and Tea

Presenter/Panelists

Katharine Burnett, Professor, Chinese Art History, Department of Art and Art History, University of California Davis and Founding Director, Global Tea Initiative for the Study of Tea Culture and Science

Moderator

Betsy Glans Langberg, Former Vice President of Student Exchanges, Institute of International Education, New York

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What’s in a name: The origin of place names (地 名)in ancient China and their role in the imperial system

Presenter/Panelists

Jim Hargett, Professor of Chinese Studies, Department of East Asian Studies, State University of New York at Albany

Moderator

Cynthia Chennault, Emerita, Chinese Literature, Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures, University of Florida

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Fire, Water, Earth, Wood, Metal — How Hong Kong Lost its Quest for Democracy

Presenter/Panelists

Edith Terry, Managing Director of Cotton Tree Advisors, Hong Kong

Moderator

Vivian Lin

 

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