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First train passing through the gate of Peking

First Train Passing Through the Gate of Peking
From Arthur Smith, China in Convulsion (1901).
From "Portable Monuments: Architectural
Photography and the 'Forms' of Empire in
Modern China," by Andrew Jones.

Make a gift to the Center for Chinese Studies!

You can make a secure credit card gift to CCS through the Giving to Cal website. The three options are:

  1. Graduate Student Awards
    The Center for Chinese Studies provides fellowships and awards for UC Berkeley current and entering graduate students. Your contribution will support students who do field work for their degree, attend conferences to present papers, and engage in research-related travel.

  2. Center for Chinese Studies
    The Center for Chinese Studies covers all areas of China studies with an energetic program of extracurricular activities. In addition to lectures and colloquia, The Center convenes large-scale symposia and smaller conferences on key issues, inviting national and international specialists to confer and share their research. Research sponsored by the Center focuses on the People's Republic of China and the Chinese societies of Taiwan, Hong Kong and Southeast Asia.

  3. Professor James Cahill's Video Lecture Series — Gazing into the Past
    Thanks to the support of generous donors, Professor James Cahill's groundbreaking video lecture series on Chinese painting, "A Pure and Remote View: Visualizing Early Chinese Landscape Painting," is now available on the Institute of East Asian Studies website. We are currently raising funds for the creation of a second lecture series, titled "Gazing into the Past." Your gift can help make this nonprofit project a reality.