Materials documenting the 30th anniversary of the Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center.
A small group of Asia specialists at Stanford met for a retreat in the Wilbur Hall dorm complex in 1978, at the dawn of what
later proved to be an era of transformative regional change, marked by the rise of Japan as an economic superpower and the
early moments of China’s opening to the world.
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