Asian American / Asian Research Institute (AAARI) - The City University of New York (CUNY)

The Asian American / Asian Research Institute (AAARI) was established on November 19, 2001, by The City University of New York (CUNY) Board of Trustees, in a resolution introduced by Chancellor Matthew Goldstein. The Institute is a university-wide scholarly research and resource center that focuses on policies and issues that affect Asians and Asian Americans. It covers four areas: Asian American Studies; East Asian Studies; South Asian Studies; and Trade & Technology Studies.

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Mary Ting, On Art: Grief, Guanyin & the Elephants


Mary Ting will discuss her artwork in relationship to her family history, Chinese culture and current social environmental issues. Mary will highlight artworks that weave family stories of 1930/40s Nanjing, the witch hunts of the Cultural Revolution, and her mothers recent passing. Along the way she will re-examine traditional symbols, literary metaphors and talk about grief, social status, Chinese consumers and endangered wildlife.


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 2018-09-07  2h6m
 
 

Qin Music & Calligraphy


This lecture will discuss the interrelation of two of these arts: qin and calligraphy. Chinese aesthetic theories of the two arts will be discussed, especially the abstract beauty of notes and lines and the imitation of animals and objects in nature.


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 2018-09-07  1h8m
 
 

Rethinking US Labor's Policy Toward China and Its Union


What does Chinas economic boom and political transformation mean


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 2018-09-07  1h34m
 
 

Green Business Opportunities for Small Business


Going green is the latest hot topic in business. What are green businesses? How does it apply to small business? Where are the opportunities and how do you take advantage of them? Can going green really open new markets and help your business grow?


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 2018-09-07  41m
 
 

The Witch's Market: A Novel


Mingmei Yip will discuss her new novel, The Witchs Market, about a young Chinese-American woman who is a professor specializing in witchcraft. Dr. Yip will discuss Chinese shamans, healings, spells and underworld journeys. Reading and book signing will be included. Dr. Geoffrey Redmond will also be available to do tarot card readings.


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 2018-09-07  49m
 
 

Media, Visual, and Performing Arts


Media, Visual, and Performing Arts


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 2018-09-07  1h13m
 
 

Children of Invention - Screening and Discussion


Screening of Children of Invention (Running Time: 86 Minutes), followed by discussion with director Tze Chun.


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 2018-09-07  35m
 
 

The Host


The Host


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 2018-09-07  3m
 
 

Greetings


The aim of the Caribbean Asians conference is to profile and document the migration of Asians from Asia through the Caribbean to New York City, and the challenges and opportunities they encounter.


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 2018-09-07  34m
 
 

Asian American Women: From the Cold War to the Movement of the 60s


Mary Uyematsu Kao will present her black-and-white photographs from the Asian American Movement of the 1970s and talk about the Asian American Baby Boomer Generation of activist women.


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 2018-09-07  1h3m