Film Screening and Conversation 76 Days

In-Person

Film Screening and Conversation with Director Hao Wu: 76 Days

Thursday, June 20, 2024 | 6:00 - 8:15 PM ET

Join us on June 20 for the film screening of the exceptional documentary 76 Days and an exclusive conversation with Director Hao Wu moderated by our film scholar Karen Ma. The documentary was the winner of 2021 Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Award for Exceptional Merit in Documentary Filmmaking and was shortlisted for the 93rd Academy Awards.
Shan Shui Closing Ceremony (1)

In-Person

Shan Shui Reboot: Re-envisioning Landscape For a Changing World
Closing Ceremony

Thursday, June 27, 2024 | 7:30 - 10:00 PM ET

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In-Person

China Institute Gallery Presents Shan Shui Reboot: Re-envisioning Landscape For a Changing World

March 7, 2024 - July 7, 2024

Shan Shui Reboot: Re-Envisioning Landscape for a Changing World, China Institute Gallery’s special spring exhibition, is on view through July 7, 2024.
Summer immersive Program

In-Person

Immersive Mandarin Summer Program for Children

July 8 – August 16, for children ages 2-15

This summer, we invite your child(ren) to explore Chinese language and culture in China Institute in America’s in-person “Immersive Mandarin Summer Program for Children” at our Lower Manhattan location!
Summer 2024 (1)

In-Person & Online

Adult Summer Classes Registration Now Open

Summer 2024 Registration Now Open! Classes starts the week of July 15!

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A history of sharing culture

Founded in New York City in 1926 by American educators John Dewey, Paul Monroe, and Chinese scholars Hu Shi (胡適) and Kuo Ping-Wen (郭秉文), China Institute in America is an internationally-renowned U.S. nonprofit organization dedicated to deepening the world’s understanding of China through programs in art, business, culinary, culture, and education.

A history of sharing culture

Founded in 1926 by American educators John Dewey, Paul Monroe, and Chinese diplomats Hu Shi (胡適) and Kuo Ping-Wen (郭秉文), China Institute is the oldest bicultural, non-profit organization in America to focus exclusively on China.

School of Chinese Studies

Founded in 1933, the School was the first China-focused educational center in the United States, and was chartered in 1944 by the Board of Regents of the New York State Department of Education. Today, the School’s comprehensive slate of courses fosters a life-long learning community for anyone looking to learn more about China’s language, art, culture, history, people, and society.

China Institute Gallery

57 years
100+ exhibitions
5,000 years of history

Culinary Center

Soon to debut in 2024, the Chinese Culinary Center at China Institute in America was created with a vision to highlight the diverse and long-standing heritage of authentic Chinese cuisine, and to enhance the appreciation of Chinese cuisine as a new conduit of cross-cultural exchange in America, and internationally.

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