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30315 China Rising - Recent History Since 1979  

China has undergone dramatic changes since the death of Mao Zedong in 1976. Just three years later, Deng Xiaoping set the country on a path of development that has transformed China and the global economy. Today, Chinese society is undergoing radical changes with far reaching implications.

 

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The following course is FULL and no longer taking registrations. Feel free to add yourself to the waitlist by clicking the "Add to Waitlist" button below.

The office will notify you if there are seats that become available. Please do not attend courses for which you are waitlisted.

Schedule: 7 sessions | Th 3/25/2021–5/6/2021 |  10:00 AM–11:30 AM | Online |
Course Leader(s): Ted Farmer

Seats Available: -55

 

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