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Reunion Homecoming 2018: CEAS 50th Anniversary Celebration

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October 26, 2018 - 4:30pm
Paul Allen Building, Rm 101X
330 Serra Mall
Stanford

Free and open to the public. Register here.

For the past fifty years, the Center for East Asian Studies (CEAS) has been the nexus of East Asia-related research, teaching, outreach, and exchange across the Stanford campus. Join CEAS for a presentation by Stanford history professor Gordon Chang to learn about his current research, to celebrate CEAS's 50th anniversary, and to see what the next fifty years might have in store for East Asian Studies at Stanford and the world.

"Reflections on a 1971 Journey to China"

As a graduate student at Stanford, Gordon Chang, now a professor in the Department of History, traveled to China to tour the country and attend the National Day Celebration scheduled for October 1, 1971. He was one of the first Americans to visit China, traveling there even before Richard Nixon. He will share his memories of that trip and show some of the 500 slides he took during his travels.

Professor Chang's presentation will be followed by a small reception for guests.

This program is organized by the Center for East Asian Studies and co-sponsored by Stanford Historical Society and Stanford Alumni Association.

Event Sponsor: 
Center for East Asian Studies, Stanford Historical Society and Stanford Alumni Association
Contact Email: 
jgroschwitz@stanford.edu