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They Love the 80s: How Millennial Filmmakers Changed Chinese Cinema

Chinese millennials were the first generation to benefit from both life-changing technology like digital video cameras, cell phones and the internet, and also the booming film industry across the globe. Learn how those changes affected an...

The China Institute Wants to Introduce You to Some “Damn Good Chinese Food”

The China Institute Wants to Introduce You to Some “Damn Good Chinese Food”

Mark your calendars for June 15, when author and East Wing Snack Shop dumpling king Chris Cheung sits down with LUCKYRICE entrepreneur Danielle Chang...

China Institute’s Food & Ideas Festival Is A Delicious Way To Learn More About Chinese Cuisine

China Institute’s Food & Ideas Festival Is A Delicious Way To Learn More About Chinese Cuisine

The Food & Ideas Festival from the China Institute wants to take you on a tour of the country through food, at a time when learning more about...

Join The China Institute For A Talk On The History Of Anti-Asian Racism

Join The China Institute For A Talk On The History Of Anti-Asian Racism

The United States has been hit with a spate of anti-Asian racism and violence, one that has rocked communities across the country, including here in...

Get The Lowdown On The Future Of Electric Cars With The China Institute

Get The Lowdown On The Future Of Electric Cars With The China Institute

Tesla tends to take up most of the spotlight in the conversation around electric vehicles, but in reality, there’s far more to the story.Before...

The China Institute Takes You On A Virtual Trip For Some Dandan Noodles

The China Institute Takes You On A Virtual Trip For Some Dandan Noodles

Virtual travel is for now our primary mode of sight-seeing, and the China Institute has done wonders to keep our quarantined lives interesting with...

Celebrate The Lunar New Year With A Bullish Selection Of Eats And Events Downtown

Celebrate The Lunar New Year With A Bullish Selection Of Eats And Events Downtown

No amount of snow, freezing rain or ongoing pandemic can dampen our Lunar New Year spirits. For those seeking to ring in the Year of the Ox in Lower...

Brush Up On Mandarin With A Free Lunch-And-Learn From The China Institute

Brush Up On Mandarin With A Free Lunch-And-Learn From The China Institute

If you’d like to be the kind of person who comes out of quarantine casually telling friends, “Oh, me? I used the pandemic to learn Mandarin,”...

Learn About China’s Farm-To-Table Culture Without Leaving Your Home

Learn About China’s Farm-To-Table Culture Without Leaving Your Home

International travel is probably not in the cards anytime soon, so let’s take a trip to China — virtually — and learn about some of the...

China Institute Gears Up For Lunar New Year 2020

China Institute Gears Up For Lunar New Year 2020

Despite what any seasoned New Yorker might think, there’s a lot to embrace about 2020 being the Year of the Rat. This ubiquitous city inhabitant is...