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Film Screening: Poetry (2010)

Duke University's White Lecture Hall Durham, NC

Poetry is a South Korean film directed by Chang-dong Lee. A sixty-something woman, faced with a crippling medical diagnosis and the discovery of a heinous family crime, finds strength and purpose when she enrolls in a poetry class. Lee Chang-dong's … Continued

70 Years After Hiroshima

Duke University's Fredric Jameson Gallery 1316 Campus Drive, Durham, NC

Duke University and the Carolina Asia Center present 70 Years After Hiroshima, an exhibit by UNC-Chapel Hill Distinguished Term Professor in Art elin o'Hara slavick. From Sept. 22 to Oct. 22, 2015, this exhibit will be on display in the … Continued

Ciompi Concert No. 3 feat. Kyo-Shin-An Arts

Duke University's Baldwin Auditorium Durham, NC

James Nyoraku Schlefer, shakuhachi - Yoko Kimura, shamisen & voice - Yumi Kurosawa, koto. The Ciompi Quartet are joined by members of Kyo-Shin-An Arts for a concert encompassing works by Eastern and Western composers. Opening the concert is Debussy's Quartet … Continued

Shanghai Quartet feat. Wu Man, Pipa

Duke University's Baldwin Auditorium Durham, NC

The Chamber Arts Series offers a very special program set outside the boundaries of standard repertoire: the acclaimed Shanghai Quartet and pipa (Chinese lute) virtuoso Wu Man unite to perform three new pieces by contemporary Chinese composers for string quartet … Continued

Keohane Lecture: A Symphony, But With What Audience? On the Need to Broaden the Reach of Asian American Studies

Duke University, Karsh Alumni & Visitors Center 2080 Duke University Rd, Durham, NC

UNC-Chapel Hill and Duke invite you to join Keohane Distinguished Visiting Professor Pawan Dhingra for a free public lecture on how Asian American studies can advance our understanding of race and immigration in America. How can scholarship on Asian Americans … Continued

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