Our Public Programs
Columbia Global Centers | Beijing runs an active public events program featuring Columbia faculty and local experts on diverse topics ranging from international economics to environmental engineering to film studies. Most of our events are free and open to the general public in the local and regional areas.
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Slide 1: Haojiang Tian Playing the Piano
Slide 2: V. K. Wellington Koo’s Archive of Personal Papers' Exhibition
Slide 3: First TC Alumni Gathering Event
Slide 4: Public Talk and Panel Discussion about Creative Labor and Economies of Trash
Slide 5: Audience of Public Talk and Panel Discussion about Creative Labor and Economies of Trash
Slide 6: Lydia Liu and the Audience
Slide 7: No Boundaries Exhibition
The Beijing Global Center works with Columbia Alumni Association in Beijing, Shanghai and other cities to support social gatherings and academic exchange activities among alumni.
Beijing Center initiates Columbia Global Centers | Beijing Salon Series, which aims to bring together everyone to see the light of wisdom. The Salon Series takes a wide range of topics and themes to engage with local and regional Columbia community. Invited guest speakers are mainly from the Columbia community, including professors, scholars and visiting scholars, alumni, and current students.
In 2017, two sessions were held, over 5 alumni joined as speakers and over 30 alumni joined as audience.
Beijing Center supports CAA Beijing to hold holiday gatherings to bring alumni together. More than 138 alumni participated into 2016 Christmas gathering at the Center.
Kevin TU, Fellow at the Center on Global Energy Policy of Columbia SIPA, talks about China's energy transformation in the era of deglobalization
Beijing Information Session for the Dual BA Program between Trinity College Dublin and Columbia University
Professor Howard W. French on "Everything Under the Heavens: How the Past Helps Shape China's Push for Global Power"
What's Up, A-Pop?: Re-thinking the Relationships between/among Asian and Asian American Popular Music Cultures
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