Please join the South Asian Canadian Histories Association (SACHA) for a site-specific theatre production taking place from November 4-18 in South Vancouver titled A Vancouver Guldasta, written and directed by SACHA Director of Performance, Paneet Singh.
Since Marco Polo, Italy’s communication with China is the longest in Europe on written record. Through examining key
contemporary Italian-Chinese events, such as Italian intellectuals’ discussions about the Cultural Revolution and Chinese migration to Italy, we will put Italian and European interpretations of China as a rising superpower in perspective.
Urban Studies is an undergraduate interdisciplinary Minor administered through the Department of Geography that is open to all Majors. This new Minor will be available to all undergraduate Faculty of Arts degree programs as well as any other Faculty that presently allows allow their students to complete Minor programs from within the Faculty of Arts.
The program will provide unique field visits on a daily basis with access to government, courts, companies, and research centers, allowing for interactions with many key players. Additionally, the program will offer unique opportunities to visit historical cities (Chengdu, Xian), including the Panda reserve, and to taste the cuisine of Sichuan and Chongqing, possibly the most colorful and endearing in China.