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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 China American Psychoanalytic Alliance
Invites you to a Dim Sum Lunch in Chicago
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
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)
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)
Click Here to Read: China buries memories of violent Cultural Revolution 50 years later by Hannah Gardner in USA TODAY on May 12, 2016.
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.
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.
Click Here to Read: Breathtaking aerial views of China’s tulip fields on the Aol Lifestyle website on April 1st 2016.
Click Here to Read: China’s Search for the Secrets of Jewish Success: In their quest to understand Jews better, popular Chinese authors and bloggers offer up facts and myths about everything from the Talmud to anti-Semitism By James Ross on the Tablet Website on January 25, 2016.
China American Psychoanalytic Alliance
Dim Sum Lunch & Discussion Groups
Saturday, January 16 9:20 AM – 2:00 PM
RED EGG 202 Centre Street NY
9:20- 9:50 Coffee/Tea
9:50-11:05 Group 1 Transference with Chinese patients
11:15-12:30 Group 2 Counter transference with Chinese patients
2:30-02:00 Dim Sum Lunch
COME IN PERSON $80
COME ON LINE $15
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c/o R. Cheng
Flushing, NY 11354
Click Here to Read: New Year, more new babies for China by John Bacon in USA Today on December 27, 2015.
Click Here to Read: Watch China Disappear And Reappear Amid Heavy Smog by Chris McGonigal on the Huffinton Post website on December 8, 2015.
Credit: Kevin Frayer/Getty Images
Click Here to Read: China’s Growth: A Brief History by Linda Yueh on the Harvard Business Review website on the December 9, 2015.
CAPA (China American Psychoanalytic Alliance) needs you:
ALL SORTS OF THINGS CAN HAPPEN
Then we frantically, desperately, urgently, run around like
JUST NOW TWO THINGS HAVE HAPPENED
Two of our 180 courses are suddenly available:
10 Session Introduction to Technique beginning January. Thursdays 8:45-10:00 PM EST
5 Session Theory: The Place of Development in Clinical Work Tuesday evenings 7:15-8:30 PM EST beginning February
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Click Here to Read and View: China looks to the stars with creation of world’s largest radio telescope By Euan McKirdy on the CNN website on October 12, 2015.
Click Here to Read: Life as a Young Rural Chinese Boy by Coby Goldberg, Princeton Bridge Year China 2015-16 student, on the Where There Be Dragons.com website on October 5, 2015