A New Era
CCS is now LRCCS—The Kenneth G. Lieberthal and Richard H. Rogel Center for Chinese Studies
Center for Chinese Studies
Cover of Radio
Detail from cover of Radio, September 1957
William Liow - Spotlight of Suzhou
Imaging the image in China.
Shu Qun (1958-), Portraits of Workers, Peasants, and Soldiers in Color, 2009, acrylic on canvas, 120 x 120 cm x 85, on exhibition at the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing, April 18-May 20, 2010. Photograph by Xiaobing Tang
China has protected 35 red panda habitats.
Lynne Kogel - Xi'an Warrior, Chariot, and Horses
China Pavilion, World Expo 2010, Shanghai
Inside the China Pavilion it’s all about Chinese history and how history can help us move into the future.
Thomas Talhelm - Hope
Jiangbin Lu, Guangzhou | As China races ahead, it's hard to keep from feeling hopeful about the future, like this woman celebrating the new year in a park near Guangzhou's Pearl River.
Morgan Wujkowski - Ancient Foundations
Summer Palace - Beijing, China | Though globalization and innovation propel China toward the future, the country's roots remain firmly planted in ancient traditions
Somehow, the clouds parted on the last week-end of September - and the Sunday afternoon was warm and sunny with hundreds of people coming to Nichols Arboretum for the Kite Festival
Welcome to the
Lieberthal-Rogel Center for Chinese Studies
The Kenneth G. Lieberthal and Richard H. Rogel Center for Chinese Studies at the University of Michigan was founded in 1961 and has been a national leader in Chinese studies for over 50 years. A member of the International Institute, the center provides students, specialists, and the public with expert resources and a deeper understanding of contemporary and historical issues related to China.
CyberAsia and the New Media
Saturday, May 17
- LRCCS's Mary Gallagher Appears on NPR's Marketplace June 6, 2014
- Ken Lieberthal profiled in China Daily USA May 23, 2014
- LRCCS renaming getting press attention in China May 23, 2014
- The Grandmaster
- American Dreams in China
- LRCCS Noon Lecture Series: "Captured Alive (Huozhuo)": A Kunqu Performance of Chinese Adulterers and Adulteresses (Jianfu yinfu)
Speaker: Joseph Lam, Director of the Confucius Institute at U-M, Professor of Musicology, University of Michigan