Archives

ARCHIVES

RAS Beijing archives are focused on significant encounters between China and the rest of the world.

ARCHIVE

Past Events

PAST EVENTS ARE LISTED ON PAST EVENTS PAGE. CLICK THE EVENT NAME FOR FULL DETAILS. 

Focused on art, culture, architecture, history, books and performance, RASBJ organizes talks, panel discussions, films and book presentations — and unique day trips. From spending the night in a Buddhist monastery to visiting the last artisan who makes calligraphy burshes by hand, our Beijing excursions are often one-of-a-kind.

Please note our liaibility disclaimer: RASBJ members and their guests are asked to wear appropriate footwear and clothing when attending events/excursions, and to adhere to any safety instructions or other codes of conduct. Please also bear in mind the physical requirements of each activity; participation is at your own risk. RASBJ accepts no liability for any loss or damage, including personal injury or damage to property.List

American industrialist Armand Hammer with Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping, 1982 - Photo by Liu Heung Shing. shown at an Aug. 4, 2013 RASBJ presentation

ARCHIVES AND TECH TIPS

DIGITAL ARCHIVE: Links to youTube recordings of RASBJ’s successul Zoom series reside in the MEMBERS’ SECTION (below) and are for RASBJ members only. However we’ve made public the link to ourJune 10 talk by Prof. Ezra Vogel on China-Japan relations for those who want a sample of the eminent speakers and in-depth expertise featured in RASBJ Zoom events:
RASBJ’s modest collection of hard-copy archives reside in the Shijia Hutong Museum. Please email [email protected] for details. Click here for mentions of RASBJ in media and RAS China e-newsletters. Revived after a 1952-2006 hiatus, RAS China based in Shanghai resumed its newsletters in 2012 and they’re here.
MEMBERS' AREA*

MEMBERS' AREA*

WELCOME TO THE MEMBERS’ SECTION OF THE WEBSITE, which is password-protected. Here you’ll find YouTube links to recordings of RASBJ’s popular Zoom talks plus photographs and power-points related to past RASBJ events. If you are a bona fide RASBJ member seeking access to this section, please email [email protected]mail.com if you don’t have (or have forgotten) your password