« Kenneth Lieberthal, Professor Emeritus, is primary author of report critical of Bush's emphasis on daily intelligence brief | Main | Economic Development and Transition Seminar (EDTS) welcomes Albert Park »
September 28, 2009
Notes from Carol Stepanchuk, CCS Outreach Coordinator
It's that time again—to prepare for the annual Moon Festival, 15th day of the 8th lunar month; for those on the solar calendar, Oct. 3rd. Grab a friend, gaze at the moon and break into a box of moon cakes—remember to savor in small bites.
http://books.google.com (search "The Mid-Autumn Festival focuses")
Lunar Retrospective: Two years ago almost to the day, China launched its first lunar orbiter, named after the goddess of the moon—Chang E. This legendary being didn't just sit around—as a mortal, she, too, was "launched" from the earth after swallowing the elixir of immortality and rising to the starry heavens.
An annotated web directory to museums and arts-related organizations on China and Asia plus sites for blogging and browsing on China—current events, culture and global connections—is available by going to the CCS outreach website; http://ii.umich.edu/ccs/resources/outreach "Website Directory"
The 7th Annual Taiwanese Music Festival, an evening of Taiwanese music by local young musicians; guest violinist Shih-Peng Chang and composer Diau-Hua Lim.
Saturday, Oct., 17, 7:00 pm, Greenhills School, 850 Greenhills Drive, Ann Arbor, 48105
DO IT IN ONE MINUTE!
Call for one-minute videos of life in Detroit for a web-based gallery www.theoneminutes.org featured at the World Expo of Shanghai in 2010. Detroit is one of 50 cities around the globe to have been selected for “city portraits.” Contact artist in charge Kathrin Schlegel, firstname.lastname@example.org; deadline Oct. 1.
To follow life in Beijing (or any other city around the world) for 24 hours, each hour represented by a one-minute video, see http://cityoneminutes.org
Posted by zzhu at September 28, 2009 10:00 AM