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Climate change threatens giant pandas’ bamboo buffet

China’s endangered wild pandas may need new dinner reservations – and quickly – based on models that indicate climate change may kill off swaths of bamboo that pandas need to survive.

Publish Date: Nov. 09, 2012 | Multimedia: Picture(s)

Broad China Business Society hosts supply chain forum

The Broad China Business Society, a student-run organization focusing on business relations between the United States and China, will host the 8th Greater China Supply Chain Forum at the East Lansing Marriot Hotel Nov. 16.

Publish Date: Nov. 06, 2012

National Circus of the People's Republic of China to perform Oct. 23

Direct from Beijing, the National Circus of the People's Republic of China is undertaking an inaugural coast to coast tour of the United States and Canada with their new program "Cirque Chinois."

Publish Date: Oct. 09, 2012

MSU collaborates with counterparts from China in vocal concerts

The MSU College of Music presents two concerts featuring students and faculty from MSU and China at 8 p.m. Oct. 5-6 in the newly renovated Cook Recital Hall in the Music Building.

Publish Date: Oct. 03, 2012

MSU Museum helps with quilt exhibition in China

"The Sum of Many Parts" is a program conceived and sponsored by the United States Embassy-Beijing. The exhibition and its tour have been jointly developed and managed by Arts Midwest and South Arts, with additional assistance from the MSU Museum's Great Lakes Quilt Center.

Publish Date: Sept. 20, 2012

Water sustainability flows through human-nature interactions

Water’s fate in China mirrors problems across the world: fouled, pushed far from its natural origins, squandered and exploited.

Publish Date: Aug. 09, 2012 | Multimedia: Picture(s)

Pollution can make citizens – both rich and poor – go green

Nothing inspires environmentalism quite like a smog-filled sky or a contaminated river, according to a new MSU study that also indicates environmentalism isn’t just for the prosperous.

Publish Date: July 30, 2012

Researchers give long look at who benefits from nature tourism

Using nature’s beauty as a tourist draw can boost conservation in China’s valued panda preserves, but it isn’t an automatic ticket out of poverty for the human inhabitants, a long-term study at MSU shows.

Publish Date: April 27, 2012 | Multimedia: Picture(s)

Faculty conversations: Andrea Louie

Andrea Louie, director of the Asian Pacific American Studies program and associate professor in the Department of Anthropology, talks about the ways in which white and Asian American parents craft Chinese culture and identity for their children adopted from China.

Publish Date: Jan. 27, 2012 | Multimedia: Picture(s)Video(s)

'Tiger mothers' should tame parenting approach

An MSU professor is refuting the "tiger mother" approach to parenting that says children should be pushed to excel at all costs, even at the expense of their happiness.

Publish Date: Jan. 10, 2012 | Multimedia: Picture(s)

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