The research, co-authored by UCLA’s Marc Suchard, indicates the pandemic started with two separate jumps from animals to humans.
A new study identifies a spike in China-based activity on Twitter and Wikipedia, two platforms long banned by Beijing.
From film screenings to data visualization classes to undergraduate research week, the library will be hosting a wide variety of virtual events.
Hawkins, who spent his entire academic career at UCLA, serving as a dedicated scholar, teacher and administrator, died June 27.
As professors were forced to change how they teach, the Fiat Lux seminars provided a platform to also change what they taught to help students understand the crisis.
California’s economy is expected to continue to grow faster than the U.S. economy, but the report indicates that growth at the state and national levels will be weaker in 2020.
UCLA research shows a connection between the loss of trees and furniture bought in the United States.
The UCLA Film and Television Archive is partnering with China Onscreen to present China-related film programming year-round at the Billy Wilder Theater.
David Hirsch is the librarian for Jewish, Middle Eastern, Central Asian, South Asian and Armenian studies at UCLA Library. It’s unusual for one person to have responsibility for so many different regions.
Join us for a wide-ranging discussion with Edward Wong, Beijing bureau chief for The New York Times. Topics he has covered since 2008, including Chinese politics, foreign policy, propaganda, the environment, and human rights.
As Donald Trump comes to power, the United States faces significant challenges in dealing with a now-formidable and recently more assertive China.
Cindy Fan says that Trump’s phone call with the president of Taiwan could undermine the advantages all parties have derived from the “One China” policy.
Laurence D. Fink, chairman, CEO of BlackRock, Inc. and the newest recipient of the UCLA Medal, talked about how China will have to transform its society to keep its economy moving forward.
A presentation by senior Chinese diplomat Lushan Sun at UCLA's Bunche Hall.
Professor Christopher Tang evaluates the challenges Uber faces in China and how the ride-sharing company matches up to its biggest Chinese competitor.
The creation of China’s first long-distance, web-based smoking cessation program, encouraged more nurses to get involved with helping patients quit smoking.
Two UCLA Anderson professors write in an op-ed that despite rhetoric on Capital Hill, the Trans-Pacific Partnership will not curb China’s influence in the global marketplace.
UCLA Anderson professor Jerry Nickelsburg writes that market forces have elevated food safety to an overriding concern in agricultural trade between China and the United States.
Deborah Cohen's research took her to extreme heights — 13,000 feet in altitude to be precise — as she explored the thematic depths of the work produced by the Gedun Choephel Artists’ Guild.
UCLA's Bridges East and West Music Festival, May 2-8, is a cultural exchange and collaboration between musicians from China and the United States.
Individualistic values have been rising in China as the country has undergone rapid economic and social change, researchers report.
Two UCLA School of Law professors say the recently announced agreement between China and the United States to cut pollution could be a game changer.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti will escort a delegation of Los Angeles leaders to China to attend a Nov. 19 ceremony celebrating UCLA Health’s partnership with Centre Testing International on an advanced medical laboratory in Shanghai.
Retired four-star Army General Wesley Clark discussed his latest book, “Don't Wait for the Next War: A Strategy for American Growth and Global Leadership” (Public Affairs 2014) and outlined a formula for American success in the 21st century.
China’s enormous economic growth over the past three decades has fueled an “age of ambition,” said journalist Evan Osnos during a presentation he gave Oct. 6 at the UCLA School of Law.