An Exploration of Chinese Policy Debates Regarding Minority Nationalities in Recent Years | American Mandarin Society


by Project Pengyou on March 4th, 2015   683 views

When and Where

  • 04/03/2015
    6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

  • Center for Strategic and International Studies, Room C115
    1616 Rhode Island Ave NW
    Washington DC
    United States
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An Exploration of Chinese Policy Debates Regarding Minority Nationalities in Recent Years | American Mandarin Society

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Join us at 6pm March 4 at CSIS for a talk, in Chinese of course, by Prof. Su Faxiang of Minzu University on the topic of “An Exploration of Chinese Policy Debates Regarding Minority Nationalities in Recent Years.”

Join us at 6pm March 4 at CSIS for a talk, in Chinese of course, by Prof. Su Faxiang of Minzu University on the topic of “An Exploration of Chinese Policy Debates Regarding Minority Nationalities in Recent Years.” A cumbersome title perhaps, but let’s face it, these are cumbersome issues. A Tibetan himself, Prof. Su is currently in the United States as a Fulbright scholar.  He will explain some of the main arguments about the autonomous system and privilege policies toward minority nationalities of China since 2008. This is an important discussion of a set of issues that are often viewed in overly simplistic and even binary terms in the United States.

About Su Faxiang:

Su Faxiang is a professor of Ethnology and deputy dean of the School of Ethnology and Sociology at Minzu University in Beijing. Prof. Su is currently a Fulbright visiting scholar at George Washington University. He studies the historical relationship between China and Tibet, and also focuses on social and cultural changes in contemporary Tibet.

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