The Annual British Columbia Japanese Speech Contest is open to British Columbia and Yukon residents who speak Japanese as a foreign or second language. The 2016 Contest will be held on Saturday, March 5, 2016 at Halpern Centre, Simon Fraser University.
Experience working in countries all over Asia by interning with Dezan Shira & Associates.
The submission process for the 2016 edition is now open to UBC students and recent graduates.
Operation Groundswell is a non-profit organization that runs international volunteering programs, focusing on social justice issues and working alongside local activists, organizations, and communities. We are looking for globally conscious and socially active students who want to spend their summer exploring some of the most complex and beautiful countries in the world!
Opera Warriors – An epic Chinese Dance Theatre production of power, passion, and the Peking Opera told through dance
China Arts and Entertainment Group (CAEG) presents the Canadian premiere of the exquisite visual feast Opera Warriors, January 5 & 6 at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre. Use discount code “UBC” to get $20 tickets through Ticketmaster.
Submissions for the 2016 edition of the UBC Journal of Political Studies (JPS) are now open to current undergraduate students in any discipline.
2pm to 4pm on 19th (Mon) October 2015. In the Asian Centre Auditorium (1871 West Mall).
Is there such a thing as a “bad” Asian Canadian? The ACAM faculty, staff, and students invite you to explore this philosophical question with Jen Sung through personal storytelling and her decade-long flirtation with art + community activism.
2016 Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Programme Recruitment – A Chance to Live, Work and Learn in Japan
Recruitment for the 2016 Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Programme is currently underway. Of the 54 participants sent from British Columbia, this past summer, over half (24) were former UBC students. We hope we will continue to receive many strong candidates from UBC for next year.
February 12-20, 2016.
The purpose of this program is to promote deeper mutual trust and understanding between the people of Japan and Canada as a basis for future friendship and cooperation, and to enhance the global understanding of Japan’s society, history, diverse cultures, politics, and foreign policy. Twenty-four exemplary students from the University of British Columbia (Vancouver and Okanagan) and the University of Victoria will be selected based on their academic and leadership achievements, as well as on their sense of purpose in participating in this visit to Japan.