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Here you will find past programs and events hosted by the Richard C. Rudolph East Asian Library, organized by year.
Come see the EAL's 70th Anniversary Celebration Program!
- UCLA Library Webinar Series: Japanese Studies and Rare Materials
- Film Screening of Traces of the Brush: The Heartprint of Fu Shen
- Author's Talk with Li Min 李旻: Social Memory and State Formation in Early China
- Three-Day Workshop on The History of the Book in China
- Lecture and Workshop on Korean Romanization
- Treasures of the Palace Museum (故宫藏美)
- A Grand Presentation of the Encyclopedia of Buddhist Arts
- Retrospective Film Exhibition of Xie Fei: Song of Tibet (Yeshe Dolma 益西卓瑪), A Mongolian Tale (黑駿馬)
- Bridging the Pacific for Seventy Years: Richard C. Rudolph East Asian Library (1948-2018)
- Film Screening: Reunification
- Screening of Historical Documentary: Wendell Willkie in China
- Symposium on Fujian Culture: From Poetry to Arts 从诗词到艺术：福建地方文化鉴赏学术研讨会
- East Asian Library Open House and Image Publication Display
- Contemporary Color Ink Brush Painting and Chinese Culture: 當代彩墨與中國文化
- Qing Examination Paper Collection at the UCLA Library
- "Kukan! The Battle Cry of China" (An Oscar-Award Winning Documentary Film Screening)
- East Asian Library Open House & Donor Recognition
- Collection Ceremony: Farewell My Concubine, The Beijing Opera 收藏儀式 霸王別姬（京劇）
- East Asian Library Open House and Film Collection Showcase
- Linking Our Lives: Lucie's Life Exploration: Film Screening
- American Landscapes in Chinese Brush Painting: 用中國畫畫美國山水
- The Art of Face Painting in Chinese Opera: 藝術臉譜
- An Unforgettable History of World War II: The Tokyo Trials
- Moon Festival Celebration & East Asian Library Open House
- Voyage of Discovery: Scholarly Electronic Resources on Sinology 發現之旅：漢學研究資源在臺灣
Updated on 11/13/2019
Share Your Research!
We encourage faculty members to share their research through the Author’s Talk Series, as part of the EAL's 70th Anniversary Celebration. Please feel free to get in touch with Hong Cheng (Chinese Studies Librarian), Tomoko Bialock (Japanese Studies Librarian), Sanghun Cho (Korean Studies Librarian), or Su Chen (Head of the EAL).