Remembering the forgotten war

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By examining the Chinese film industry’s long relationship with the Korean War, Zhao Ma’s current book project reveals the power of movies to shape historical memory.

Far from campus, but part of the community

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International students and faculty including Zhao Ma share how they maintain community from afar

Biden presidency to bring opportunities for Korea's diplomacy

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Zhao Ma quoted in The Korea Times article

Graduate students studying Japanese literature awarded Fulbright and Japan Foundation grants

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Five graduate students studying Japanese literature at Washington University have been awarded grants to conduct dissertation research in Japan.

Beijing deploys role in Korean war in fight against the US

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Zhao Ma quoted in Financial Times article

How Korean war memories in China fuel desire to take Taiwan 70 years on

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Zhao Ma quoted in South China Morning Post article

70 years on, how China sees the Korean War

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“The Korean War, as I understand it, is very much like the First World War to Europeans. It changed the ways in which they understand modern warfare,” says Zhao Ma, an associate professor of modern Chinese history and culture at Washington University in St. Louis.

The Korean War: China's reminder of strength against the U.S.

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Zhao Ma | South China Morning Post

Ke Nie named First Year Finale Outstanding Faculty Member

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Ke Nie, senior lecturer in Chinese, has been named the 2019–20 First Year Finale Outstanding Faculty Member by the First Year Center.

New books from Xia Liang and Taewoong Kim

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Two new books by East Asian Languages and Cultures faculty outline approaches to teaching Chinese and Korean.

Nan Hu wins graduate fellowship from the Center for the Humanities

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Hu's dissertation is tentatively titled, “Voicing the Foreign: Dubbing for Films in Socialist China (1949-1978).”

Beata Grant retires after 32 years

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Beata Grant, professor of Chinese and religious studies, is retiring this summer after thirty-two years at Washington University in St. Louis.