November 08, 2012
Joint Photo Exhibit!
Take a visual break from work/study for a Center for Chinese Studies-Center for Japanese Studies joint photo exhibit at Espresso Royale (324 S. State Street - right on the edge of central campus).
The exhibit is open through December 2012.
Remember CCS friends, we are still accepting photographs for our 2012 Year of the Dragon Photo Contest--just send to ccsphotocontest2012[at]umich[dot]edu. Thank you!
Posted by zzhu at 02:29 AM
September 27, 2012
U-M Annual CHINA Photo Contest - deadline extended!
There is still time to look through your archive of imagery and send PHOTOS of greater China to the Center for Chinese Studies Photo Contest--we will accept photos through November!! If you participated in an internship, studied abroad, conducted research or embarked on an tour, consider submitting your travel photos!
This year's annual photo contest harnesses the dragon--in spirit and imagination, marketing and communication, political events, or the arts. Send up to five photos (300 dpi, printed at 8.5"x11") to ccsphotocontest2012[at]umich[dot]edu. Exhibition times to be announced.
Posted by zzhu at 12:02 AM
September 01, 2011
Enter the 2011 CCS Photo Contest Today!
Posted by zzhu at 04:06 PM
November 03, 2010
2010 CCS Photo Contest Exhibit - Join us for a reception!
Refreshments — fall cider, apples, hearth-side donuts
We will announce the winners and applaud all your efforts!
As a student, scholar, traveler, or artist, one’s views about China are constantly shifting. What will the future of China look like—what from the past will contribute to the fabric of tomorrow? How will innovation, politicization, and cultural trends affect everyday life next year, a decade from now, or well into the future? This exhibit shows the many ways in which participants questioned the future and imagined a response.
Posted by zzhu at 10:23 PM
September 02, 2010
2010 University of Michigan Center for Chinese Studies Photo Contest - OPEN TO ALL - Enter to Win Today!
Posted by zzhu at 07:33 PM
November 11, 2009
CCS Photo Contest Exhibit - EXTENDED THROUGH NOVEMBER, 2009
2009 CCS Photo Competition Results
First place: Marilyn Mai – "Beijing’s B-boys"
Second place: Brett Linowes – "Gossip Girls"
Third place: Elizabeth Yarina – "Construction Tags"
• Jennifer Dai – "Colonel Sanders in the Mountains of Yangshuo"
• Elaine Denny – "Yak Milk Tea and Satellite TV"
• Lai Sze Tso – "Family Planning"
First place: Thomas Talhelm – "Living Protest"
• Cameron Campbell – "Bar in a Hutong Neighborhood"
• Marilyn Mai – "Human Dignity and the Future of the Country"
• Xuezhao Lan – "The Streets of Old Dali"
• Wei Ping Teoh – "Wuzhen: The Past in the Present"
• Lingyun Xu – "Mao: Serve the People"
• Mike Anderson – "The View from Mt. Emei"
• Marilyn Mai – "This Used to be Home"
• Mary Ann Ray – "Huang Rui and Mao Mao"
All entries in the final round of the competition, including the winnings ones, can now be viewed online in the CCS Press Room.
Posted by zzhu at 11:42 PM
April 23, 2009
2009 University of Michigan Center for Chinese Studies Photo Contests - Open Competition and Student Competition - Our Biggest Prizes Yet!
Posted by zzhu at 05:33 PM