Archive for the 'China' Category

CHINA AMERICAN PSYCHOANALYTIC ALLIANCE

Friday, December 2nd, 2016

Elise Snyder and fourteen other CAPA analysts and analytic psychotherapists just returned from almost four weeks in China: sightseeing, visiting Tibet and attending conferences in five cities in China were there are large numbers of CAPA students and graduates.

CAPA is now evaluating applications from Chinese mental health professionals for CAPA’s 10th class. More than 400 analysts and analytic psychotherapists are CAPA teachers, treaters and supervisors—many of them APsaA and IPA members. Each year, CAPA receives 150 applications for its four-year psychodynamic psychotherapy program and accepts 40. Each week for thirty weeks each year there are 4 hours of class and one hour of individual supervision. Students are offered the opportunity for distance analysis or psychotherapy. Currently more than 100 Chinese are in 3-5 session/week distance analysis and another 100 in distance psychotherapy. (more…)

Women Matter–Women’s Matters COWAP Conference in China

Wednesday, November 16th, 2016

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COMMITTEE ON WOMAN AND PSYCHOANALYSIS: INTERNATIONAL PSYCHOANALYTIC ASSOCIATION: PSCHOANALYTIC COMMITTEE OF CHINESE ASSOCIATION OF MENTAL HEALTH

First Cowap Conference in China
WOMEN MATTER – WOMEN’S MATTERS

19.-20 April 2017 in Wuhan, China, Precongress of 5th Chinese Psychoanalytic Congress, “Legacy and innovation of psychoanalysis” from 21.-23.April 2017 in Wuhan. CONTACT: gertraud.schlesinger-kipp@dpv-mail.de   tongtong20027@hotmail.com

Click Here to Read: Post Travel Wuhan China Travel arrangements

 

China Tries to Make Sense of Trump

Monday, November 14th, 2016

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Click Here to Read: China Tries to Make Sense of Trump By Jiayang Fan in The New Yorker on November 12, 2016.

Donald Trump anchored his Presidential campaign in part on the threat of a Sino-American trade war and a promise to take U.S. jobs back from the thieving Chinese.

Making Online Literature Pay Big in China

Monday, October 31st, 2016

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Click Here to Read: Making Online Literature Pay Big in China by Amy Qin in The New York Times on October 31, 2016.

A scene from Douluo Dalu, an online game based on Zhang Wei’s digital novel of the same name.CreditShenzhen Diyibo Net Technology Co. Ltd.

China: The Virtues of the Awful Convulsion

Sunday, October 16th, 2016
Li Fanwu, the governor of China’s Heilongjiang province, being denounced and tortured at a rally in Red Guard Square, Harbin, August 1966. One of his alleged crimes was political ambition, evidence for which was found—according to the photographer Li Zhensheng’s book Red-Color News Soldier (2003)—‘in his hairstyle, which gave him an ill-fated resemblance to Mao and so was said to symbolize his lust for power.’ Two Red Guards chopped and tore out his hair, after which he was made to bow for hours. The banner behind him reads, ‘Bombard the Headquarters! Expose and denounce the provincial Party committee.’

Click Here to Read: China: The Virtues of the Awful Convulsion by Ian Johnson In The New York Review of Books October 27, 2016 Issue

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Li Fanwu, the governor of China’s Heilongjiang province, being denounced and tortured at a rally in Red Guard Square, Harbin, August 1966. One of his alleged crimes was political ambition, evidence for which was found—according to the photographer Li Zhensheng’s book Red-Color News Soldier (2003)—‘in his hairstyle, which gave him an ill-fated resemblance to Mao and so was said to symbolize his lust for power.’ Two Red Guards chopped and tore out his hair, after which he was made to bow for hours. The banner behind him reads, ‘Bombard the Headquarters! Expose and denounce the provincial Party committee.’

 

CAPA CURRENTS: The Newsletter of the China American Psychoanalytic Alliance

Saturday, October 15th, 2016

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Click Here to Read:  CAPA Currents, Volume 1, Number 1, 2016.

500,000 elderly people go missing in China every year

Thursday, October 13th, 2016

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Click Here to Read:  500,000 elderly people go missing in China every year By James Griffiths and Serenitie Wang on the CNN website on October 12, 2016.

CAPA Seeks Teachers and Supervisors

Wednesday, July 20th, 2016

Chinese American Psychoanalytic Alliance

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  SEEKS TEACHERS & SUPERVISORS
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Analysts, analytic psychotherapists, senior candidates welcome

Four year Psychotherapy Training Program

SIX 5 session Theory courses are still open (more…)

What Does Freedom Mean in China?

Monday, July 4th, 2016

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Click Here to Read: What Does Freedom Mean in China? By Justin Fox on the Bloomberg website on July 4, 2016.

The ‘Manic’ History Between the U.S. and China

Thursday, June 23rd, 2016

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Click Here to Listen: 30 Issues | The ‘Manic’ History Between the U.S. and China on the Brian Lehrer Show on the WNYC.org website.

China Tops Supercomputer Rankings with New 93-Petaflop Machine

Monday, June 20th, 2016

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Click Here to Read: China Tops Supercomputer Rankings with New 93-Petaflop Machine by Michael Feldman on the Top 500 List website on June 20, 2016

Asia Oedipus

Tuesday, June 14th, 2016

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Click Here to Read:  Asia Oedipus: Asian Pacific Conference 4-6 May 2017 Taipei China.

Last of China’s Lotus Feet Women

Monday, June 6th, 2016

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Click Here to Read: Last of China’s Lotus Feet Women by Allison Meier on The HyperAllergic website on March 23, 2015.

Jo Farrell, portrait of Zhang Yun Ying, age 77 (2005) (all photographs courtesy the artist)

Click Here to Read: Women with Bound Feet in China: Cessation of Bound Feet during the Communist Era: Excerpts from When I was a girl in China, stories collected by Joseph Rupp writtenn by Li Xiu-ying on the University of Virginia website.

CAPA Invites you to a Dim Sum Lunch in Chicago

Friday, May 20th, 2016

CAPA  China American Psychoanalytic Alliance 

 Invites  you to a Dim Sum Lunch in Chicago

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                Saturday, June 18    12:30 AM – 2:00 PM

       MING HIN CUISINE 333 East Benton Place Chicago

                      Short walk from meetings

          Good food, Good Colleagues, Learn about CAPA

                           Family and Friends Welcome

           RESERVE Y0UR SEAT NOW     $35/Person

           Pay by credit card     or     Send a Check to CAPA

                                                        c/o R. Cheng

                Click Here                       P.O.Box 541301

                                                         Flushing, NY 11354             

 

Is China really the most welcoming country for refugees?

Thursday, May 19th, 2016

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Click Here to Read:  Is China really the most welcoming country for refugees? by Gwynn Guilford and Hanna Kozlowska on the Quartz Website on May 18, 2016.

They’re here to help? (Reuters/Lucy Nicholson)

China’s ancient Buddhist grottoes face a new threat — tourists

Tuesday, May 17th, 2016

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Click Here to Read:  China’s ancient Buddhist grottoes face a new threat — tourists By Simon Denyer in The Washington Post on May 16, 2016.

In a Mogao cave, lit by the flashlight of a guide, a Buddha statue surrounded by disciples dating from the Tang Dynasty. Dunhuang grotto art is a combination of architecture, painted sculpture and murals. (Gilles Sabrié/For The Washington Post)

China buries memories of violent Cultural Revolution 50 years later

Friday, May 13th, 2016

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Click Here to Read:  China buries memories of violent Cultural Revolution 50 years later by Hannah Gardner in USA TODAY on May 12, 2016.

Maternity Leave Further Extended by Provinces

Wednesday, May 4th, 2016

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Click Here to Read: China: Maternity Leave Further Extended by Provinces on the Library of Congress website on by Laney Zhang on May 3, 2016.

A Revolutionary Discovery in China

Thursday, April 21st, 2016

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Click Here to Read: A Revolutionary Discovery in China by Ian Johnson in The New York Review of Books in the April 21, 2016 Issue.

Bibliothèque Nationale de France/RMN-Grand Palais/Art Resource.  An eighteenth-century painting showing Emperor Qin Shi Huang of the Qin dynasty ‘burning all the books and throwing scholars into a ravine’ in order to stamp out ideological nonconformity after the unification of China in 221 BCE. ‘For over two millennia,’ Ian Johnson writes, ‘all our knowledge of China’s great philosophical schools was limited to texts revised after the Qin unification.’ Now a trove of recently discovered ancient documents, written on strips of bamboo, ‘is helping to reshape our understanding of China’s contentious past.’ Illustration from Henri Bertin’s album The History of the Lives of the Chinese Emperors.

Breathtaking aerial views of China’s tulip fields

Sunday, April 3rd, 2016

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Click Here to Read:  Breathtaking aerial views of China’s tulip fields on the Aol Lifestyle website on April 1st 2016.