January 20, 2011
CCS blog on Pulse
Smart phone and iPad users, install Pulse - FOR FREE - on your device and take CCS blog with you everywhere you go!
Pulse app with CCS blog feed on an Android phone (left) and on an iPhone 4 (right). Hmmm...one looks better than the other...Can't wait to see how it looks on an iPad!
Start reading the CCS blog in this beautiful interface in just a few steps:
1. Install Pulse. Available for iPhone, iPad, and Android devices.
2. On the home screen, click on the preferences icon in the top left.
3. Tap the + button on the top right of the screen to add a new feed.
4. Switch over to "Search" tab (at the bottom of the screen).
5. Type in "Center for Chinese Studies" in the search box, and hit search.
6. Tap the + button on the feed from the list that says "http://mblog.lib.umich.edu/CCS/atom.xml" under the Center for Chinese Studies heading - likely the third one from the top.
7. Feel free to e-mail chinese.studies[at]umich.edu for any questions!
Posted by zzhu at 01:10 PM
June 11, 2009
Direct flight between Shanghai and Detroit
On June 3, 2009, the CCS blogger happened to be on the inaugural direct flight from Shanghai Pudong Airport (PVG) to Detroit Metro Airport (DTW), operated by a U.S. carrier that is now part of another U.S. carrier. For everyone at the University of Michigan who works in/on China, the duration of travel just became more tolerable.
Pictures from the brief ceremony at Pudong and an approximation of flight route.
Posted by zzhu at 11:23 AM
March 25, 2009
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton's letter celebrating five decades of the Title VI and Fulbright-Hays programs
CCS is proud to be a long-time recipient of Title VI funding.
Posted by zzhu at 02:15 PM
November 10, 2008
Chinese newspaper front pages on Obama's win
Posted by zzhu at 02:19 PM
November 08, 2008
Experience a taste of Singapore in Ann Arbor - Singapore Food Festival
Event: Singapore Food Festival
Date: Saturday, 15 November 2008
Place: East Hall Math Atrium
Star of the Show: Food, uniquely Singapore.
Posted by zzhu at 07:09 PM
October 22, 2008
Buddhism and Science Lecture
Saturday Morning Physics
Buddhism and Science
Date: 10/25/2008; 10:30 am to 11:30 am
Location: 170 & 182 Dennison
Host Department: Physics
Speaker: Professor Donald Lopez, Asian Languages and Cultures (UM)
In debates on the relationship between religion and science, some have argued that among the world’s religions, Buddhism is the most compatible with science. In this lecture, Professor Donald Lopez will provide a brief history of the association of the Buddhism with science.
All talks are free and refreshments will be served. Visitor parking for the seminars (Central Campus) is across the street from the Dennison Building in the U-M Church Street structure. There is a $2.00 parking charge implemented by U-M Parking Services.
For more information regarding the Saturday Morning Physics series, see the Physics Department website, or call 734.764.4437
Posted by zzhu at 10:46 AM
October 01, 2008
International Travel Registry
The U-M Travel Registry helps facilitate communications in the event
of emergency situations for faculty, staff and students traveling
outside the United States for activities related to the University,
such as study, research, participation in sponsored projects or
programs, or other business. The Registry has helped to identify and
locate individuals in a number of urgent situations, including subway
bombings in London.
1. Individuals traveling outside the United States for any
University-related activity are strongly advised to provide emergency
contact information through this on-line registry, which is located on
the webpage of the International Travel Oversight Committee:
http://www.umich.edu/~itoc/. Individual travelers are asked to
register trips on-line and provide itinerary and contact information
both in the US and abroad. Faculty, staff, and students are reminded
to register their travel and to keep the information current.
2. Faculty are also reminded that University policy requires faculty
leading groups of students abroad to provide to the dean or the dean's
representative with the following information prior to departure:
-Names of students, faculty and/or staff who will be traveling.
-Complete itinerary and contact information, including telephone
numbers and addresses for hotels or other places of residence.
-A plan for maintaining communication with the University during the trip.
Faculty are required to register group travel information with the
on-line U-M Travel Registry.
In the event of an emergency, the information in the Travel Registry
may be accessed by the Department of Public Safety and the
International Travel Oversight Committee to facilitate communication.
This website is secure against unauthorized access to information. All
personal information is deleted automatically 30 days after the
registered date of return to the U.S.
Posted by zzhu at 05:11 PM