The theme for this years workshop will be “Modern China Through the Lens of Protest and Social Change”. Click here to read more and apply.
Four travel fellowships of $1200 each to the 2015 Teachers Workshop are available to teachers teaching in Hawaii. Apply immediately if you qualify!
Don’t miss winning our China Now Lesson Plan Contest with a maximum prize of $1,000! Read more about the rules and how to enter now..
The 1990 Institute’s inaugural national online video contest, Youth Voices on China (YVOC), encourages U.S. middle school, high school and college students to think more broadly about U.S.-China relations and seek balanced viewpoints.
The 1990 Institute was founded by a San Francisco Bay Area group of prominent academic, business, and community leaders. We are a non-political, 501(c)3 non-profit whose mission is to broaden understanding and build trust between the people of the United States and China through education, philanthropy and collaboration.
New York Times Jan 14, 2015 — See Article
New York Times Magazine Jan 4, 2015 on Chinese Education — See Article
TICKETS ARE SOLD OUT (they sold out early on Thursday Feb 19). | Advance ticket holders only. No door sales or walk-ins permitted. Please join us for an intimate conversation with 1990 Institute Board Member, Brian Wong, Alibaba … Continued