In May 2002 Peggy McIntosh , co-director of the Centers’ National S.E.E.D. Project on Inclusive Curriculum, visited four Asian universities. At Chinese University of Hong Kong, hosted by the Gender Studies program, she lectured on “Coming to See Privilege Systems of Gender and Race.” At Hong Kong Institute of Education, she met with Professor Betty Eng and colleagues, including the dean of the Institute. Dr. Eng co-led S.E.E.D. seminars for several years at Hong Kong International School before joining the Institute of Education. In China, at Peking University in Beijing, Peggy lectured on Sylvia Plath to students in the English department, and met with deputy director Professor Tao Jie and others connected with the Center for Research on Women. Peggy traveled with Professor Tao Jie and Professor Zhu Hong of Boston University to China’s Dalian University to do presentations and hold discussions at a three-day conference, “Culture, Language, and Women,” hosted by Professor Li Xiao Jiang, and attended by scholars from many parts of China.