The Harvard College China Forum is the largest student-run China conference in the United States. A great opportunity to network and hear from distinguished speakers! http://www.harvardchina.org/en/
The Duke UNC China Leadership Summit is the largest student-run conference on U.S.-China relations in the South! Students who get involved with the conference at Duke will have the opportunity to become familiar with both the intellectual landscape of U.S.-China relations and the Duke administration, as well as network with delegates and distinguished speakers who attend. http://www.dukeunccls.com/
Some fascinating insight into Chinese 'Tongzhi Culture' Rachel Leng reports on the broader significance of the Chinese gay rights movement.
One of the most selective and popular student-run conferences on U.S.-China relations. Held at Stanford, and at a partner Chinese university every April. http://www.stanfordfaces.org/
Visit the website of the Duke East Asia Nexus (DEAN) to learn about issues regarding China and East Asia, as well as how to get involved with the DEAN group on Duke's campus! http://www.dukenex.us/
The center for everything Asian at Duke! Every year APSI hosts the Cine-East Film series. Check out the Fall 2014 schedule here: https://web.duke.edu/apsi/events/films.html
Tea Leaf Nation is an E-magazine that aspires to be a "must-read source for China experts of all stripes–journalists, diplomats, academics, analysts–while remaining fun and accessible to casual China watchers."