This lesson explores the Chinese legal system created after the Culture Revolution. It also compares similarities and differences between the Chinese culture’s concepts of the law and America’s view of the legal system.
A presentation on using the continuity and change method to teach history.
Dr. Rozelle describes how the lack of good early childhood education, together with poor nutrition, is preventing China’s rural youth from reaching their full potential.
Mr. Dube gives a update of U.S.-China Relations, mostly in the area of trade.
Mr. Smith presents China’s development of civil law as well as the foundations from which these laws were developed.
Mr. Schmitz elaborates on selected people that were discussed in his book “Street of Eternal Happiness: Big City Dreams Along a Shanghai Road.”
Dr. Madsen discusses the growth, or revival, of spiritual beliefs and practices in China which are neither “religious” nor “secular”
This lesson explores how China’s Belt and Road Initiative can promote economic development and trade around the world.
Ms. Yang discusses the incredible expansion in movie making in China as well as in the US, in the last few years, to attract the Chinese audience.
Dr. Frank Chong discusses trends in student demographics, college readiness, technology, and growth of for-profits colleges in the U.S., in contrast to the Chinese Educational system. (See Lenora Chu’s talk on the Chinese Education System.)