The CU International Film Series Presents: The Road

The CU International Film Series presents: “The Road” with Introduction by Tim Oakes, professor of Geography and Director of the Center for Asian Studies. This event is free and open to the public. This is a co-sponsored event with the CU International Film Series.

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Enduring Korea-U.S. Alliance and Partnership: Linchpin of Peace and Security and Driving Force for Prosperity, a lecture with Deputy Consul General Jimin Kim

Please join us as Mr. Jimin Kim, Deputy Consul General of the Republic of Korea in San Francisco, gives a talk on U.S.-Korean Relations. Deputy Consul General Kim will talk about the latest developments in the Korean peninsula and Northeast Asia and also the future prospect of the ROK-US alliance and partnership under the new ROK government.

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The Phoenix Years: Art, Resistance, and the Making of Modern China with Madeleine O’Dea

Please join us as Sydney-based foreign correspondent and writer Madeleine O’Dea talks about her new book, The Phoenix Years. The riveting story of China’s rise from economic ruin to global giant in four decades is illuminated by another, equally fascinating, narrative beneath its surface―the story of the country’s emerging artistic avant-garde and the Chinese people’s ongoing struggle for freedom of expression.

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“Progress & Prosperity” a Lecture by Daan Roggeveen

The Chinese metropolis has developed into the world’s most successful urban scheme. Combining bottom-up energy with top-down force, it pushes cities and their inhabitants towards progress, fast-forward. China’s megacities are efficient, with well-functioning infrastructures, top-notch public transport, proper housing, steady economic growth, a low crime rate, an attractive climate for foreign investors, and a glitzy skyline to boot. Can this metropolis be the blueprint for cities worldwide?

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New Perspectives on North Korea: Building the Socialist Future in the Cold War Era

This colloquium will feature academic talks by two scholars on North Korea, illuminating new perspectives on North Korean gender relations and youth literature. Suzy Kim (Rutgers University) and Dafna Zur (Stanford University) are two of the very few humanities scholars in the U.S. whose research focuses on North Korea. The event will provide CU Asian Studies community a rare opportunity to have an in-depth look into North Korean society that is underrepresented in the news hype generated by the political and military tensions.

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“Tibetan Sacred Landscape: Its Magical Creatures and Where to Find Them” with Dr. Charles Ramble

Dr. Charles Ramble of Oxford University will deliver a Trungpa Lecture in Buddhist Studies on the sacred geography of Tibet to kick off the 2017 Himalayan Studies Conference at CU Boulder!

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17th Annual Colorado Dragon Boat Festival

Get your stomach ready for cultural eats, performers, shopping until your heart’s desire, and to cheer on your favorite dragon boat racers!

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The Rama Epic: Hero, Heroine, Ally, Foe

Demons and monkeys battle. Noblemen and women fall in love, perform valiant deeds, and sometimes betray each other. Both the magical events of the world of superheroes and real human experiences familiar to us all fill the stories of the legendary Indian prince Rama. This talk by Dr. Forrest McGill of the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco focuses on the Rama epic’s four main characters—the divine hero, the stalwart heroine, the powerful monkey ally, and the ten-headed demon king–as they are portrayed in ancient and contemporary sculptures, paintings, and theater arts, including works from the Denver Art Museum.

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