Special Event: Center for Chinese Studies | October 7 | 9 a.m.-5 p.m. | Martin Luther King Jr. Student Union, Pauley Ballroom
Organized and sponsored by official UC Berkeley alumni and students organizations, endorsed and supported by UC Berkeley administration, the Berkeley China Summit 伯克利中美峰会 (BCS) is a full-day on-campus conference, aimed to connect Chinas businesses and investors with the technology, engineering, and business innovation expertise on UC Berkeley... More >
Lecture: Center for Southeast Asia Studies | October 10 | 4-5:30 p.m. | 180 Doe Library
Katya Cengel, journalist
Journalist Katya Cengel will discuss her new book, Exiled: From the Killing Fields of Cambodia to California and Back (Potomac Books, 2018) which follows the stories of four Cambodian families, as they confront criminal deportation 40 years after their resettlement in the U.S. Copies of the book will be available for sale at the event, courtesy of Eastwind Books.
Exhibits and Ongoing Events
Exhibit - Multimedia: Center for Chinese Studies | August 29 – October 21, 2018 every day | 210 Wurster Hall
ON VIEW: AUG 29-OCT 21. Works of He Jingtang over the past three decades and their profound reflections on place, culture, time, and future urban development. Free and open to all!
Exhibit - Painting | October 3, 2018 – May 26, 2019 every day | Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive
Featuring works by internationally renowned contemporary Tibetan artists alongside rare historical pieces, this exhibition highlights the ways these artists explore the infinite possibilities of visual forms to reflect their transcultural, multilingual, and translocal lives. Though living and working in different geographical areasLhasa, Dharamsala, Kathmandu, New York, and the Bay Areathe... More >
Exhibit - Photography | October 9 | 5-7:30 p.m. | Boalt Hall, School of Law, Donor Lobby
The Human Rights Center presents a striking show of black and white photography by Chris Beale documenting Burma's Rohingya people through the events of 2012-2017, beginning with life in the villages and confinement camps of Rakhine State (Myanmar), through the wave of ethnic cleansing and the mass exodus of Rohingya people over land and on boats, to the now sprawling refugee camps in Bangladesh.
Exhibit - Multimedia: Center for Japanese Studies | October 11 | 5-7 p.m. | Hearst Museum of Anthropology332162 Liza Dalby
Come join us to help celebrate the opening of Does Dog Have a Buddha Nature?, an exhibition hosted in the lobby of Kroeber Hall in collaboration with curator Liza Dalby and the Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology at UC Berkeley.
Does a dog have buddha nature?
Jōshū replied "MU!"
Inspired by this well-known Zen kōan, the MU KORABO (Mu Collaboration) project has... More >