China

Winter/19

With the opening of a campus in Hong Kong, the University begins a new era of intellectual partnership.

Winter/17

Youqin Wang refuses to let the victims of China’s Cultural Revolution be forgotten.

Winter/16

Looking back on a century of results, School of Social Service Administration dean Neil B. Guterman shares SSA’s plans to make a global impact on social work.

May–June/15

Economist Michael Greenstone studies the human cost of China’s pollution in the Huai River Valley.

Fall 2012/Winter 2013

Kenneth Pomeranz and the changing field of China studies.

Mar–Apr/14

After more than three decades at Britannica, editor in chief Dale Hoiberg, AM’74, PhD’93, knows the encyclopedia business inside out.

Mar–Apr/14

A campus festival explores the influence of Chinese opera.

July–Aug/12

During the Cultural Revolution in China, my father was declared a traitor, and my mother was imprisoned by the Red Guards and repeatedly coerced to divorce him.