Monthly Archives: March 2015

Asia Society eNews, March 24, 2015

Dear Friends, Please see eNews on March 24 2015 from Asia Society titled Lee Kuan Yew Remembered; North Korea Undercover; A Chinese Musical Master, Onstage. You can find a full version of eNews here: http://us1.campaign-archive2.com/?u=eb1f3ae00632ae82d5db50505&id=1c1b9ed775&e=1cc794792f Law Asia Institute has a … Continue reading

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Access to Justice–Notes after Pro Bono Trip to New Orleans

(Chenying Tan, Research Assistant at Georgetown University Law Center) During this year’s spring break, I had the pleasure of serving as a volunteer working full-time in New Orleans Pro Bono Project.  This trip not only reminded me of why I … Continue reading

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Georgetown Event: WHY THE GOLDEN URN? QING USE OF THE TRULKU SELECTION SYSTEM IN THE 18TH CENTURY TIBET AND MONGOLIA

Georgetown Institute for Global History & The SFS Asian Studies Program cordially invites you to a presentation entitled WHY THE GOLDEN URN? QING USE OF THE TRULKU SELECTION SYSTEM IN THE 18TH CENTURY TIBET AND MONGOLIA featuring Tsering Shakya Canadian … Continue reading

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March 25, China Law Talk: Chinese Administrative Law Reform after the Communist Party’s Fourth Plenum

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Sending Lucky Money via WeChat—A Highlight of 2015 Chinese New Year

March 6, 2015 (By Chenying Tan, Research Assistant of Law-Asia) Eating dumplings, appreciating dragon dance and texting greetings to friends are what Chinese usually do to celebrate Lunar New Year. In February 2015, thousand-year-old festival traditions were vibrated by a … Continue reading

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