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PKU and the Palace Museum Joint Lectures

In 2021, the Center broadened its collaboration partners to include cultural organizations. The Center’s jointly organized online lectures with the Palace Museum (故宫) in China gave audiences the chance to learn about the Palace Museum’s evolution and historical details through authentic archives and documents, as well as unique calligraphy works and paintings.   The lectures pictured …

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Peking University – Notre Dame Colloquium Series

The inaugural event of the Peking University–Notre Dame Colloquium series focused on crucial aspects of China’s growing relationship with Africa. Professor Joshua Eisenman of the University of Notre Dame Keough School of Global Affairs addressed the methods and objectives of media, educational, and cultural aspects of China’s relationship building with African countries. Professor Sarah Jinjie …

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PKU-UChicago Joint Lectures 2021

With the aim of spurring more understanding between the two academic communities, the Center has been working together with the University of Chicago in organizing online lectures in the following fields. Organic/Organometallic Chemistry From July 16 to August 20, 12 faculty members from PKU and UChicago gave six joint lectures in total, introducing their current …

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BFI-China and Peking University Online Lectures

BFI-China and Peking University host a monthly online lecture series to convene renowned economists from each institution for lectures on modern economics, including economic growth, financial markets, technology innovations, and international relations. Each lecture is followed by discussion addressing economic issues facing China and the world today. The series offers insights into the groundbreaking research …

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