Day 12: Prof. Hui-shu Lee’s talk

Prof. Hui-shu Lee of art history from UCLA gave us a talk on the creative idea and tradition behind Chinese gardening, and she used the examples of I. M. Pei and Wang Shu, two world-renown哦ed architects, to illustrate the modern inheritance and expansion of the spirit of Chinese gardening.  

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Last two days’ events: Chinese Garden (5-6:30, July 5th), Detroit Ethnic Layers (11:3-1, July 6th), Physics and Space (2-3:30, July 6th)

Today at Wayne has been helping us to promote our events: July 5th, Friday 5-6:30 UGL Bernath Auditorium Prof. Hui-shu Lee: Chinese Garden: inspiration and recreation July 6th, Saturday 11:30-1 UGL Bernath Auditorium Prof. Krysta Ryzewski: Urban Historical Archaeology in Detroit: documenting the city’s ethnic layers and erasures  7.6 Saturday LUNCH RECEPTION: 1-2pm UGL COMMUNITY…

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Day 11: Prof. Yumin Sheng’s talk

What makes a single-party severance more resistant to coups? Prof. Yumin Sheng gave us an excellent talk about the mechanism by which the the central government guarantees loyalty from its military generals. The theoretical framework and the large amount of data helped us understand the survival instinct of the political bodies.  

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Day 9 Prof. Min Yu’s talk, and Movie: Detroit 48202

Today Prof. Min Yu gave us an excellent and touching talk on the education of migrant children against the theoretical framework of migration. She argues that the offering good education to these underprivileged children will eventually contribute to the overall good of our increasing urbanized society. She explained to us what caused the status quo…

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Aretha Franklin, Ai Jing, Marvin Gaye, and Seiji Ozawa…

In addition to their similar historical importance, industrial achievements, latitude, and topography, as a result of the June 28-29 online dialogue, people from Detroit and Shenyang discovered a new common thing their cities share: music and famous singers. We played the music of Aretha and Marvin Gaye to our Shenyang friends. And they introduced to…

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Upcoming in the new week…

Hope to see you at many of our events: 7.1 (Mon) 5-6:30 in 408 Manoogian: Migration, Education, and Space (by Prof. Min Yu, dinner will be served)                    6:30-8:00 in 408 Manoogian: movie: Detroit 48202   7.2 (Tue) 5-6:30 in 408 Manoogian: Space and Direction in Language (by Prof. Haiyong…

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