An informal and intimate performance of ritual music of the Yarsan tanbur (lute) and Jalaluddin Rumi’s Mevlevi Sufi tradition on ney (reed flute) with Rob Simms, professor of music at York University, Toronto. This event will take place on February 19th, 2018 at the Asian Centre’s Tea Gallery.
Looking to study in Taiwan but not sure how? Here are two scholarships that might help you get there.
Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Vancouver (TECO) have announced two scholarships to assist international students in studying in Taiwan.
Language teachers are in demand in British Columbia and elsewhere. A UBC Bachelor of Education can be earned post-graduation in 11 months and is highly regarded around the world.
Do something this Reading Week. Spend it on community projects across the Lower Mainland. Last year, over 400 UBC students were mobilized at elementary schools and non-profits in Vancouver over 3 days during Reading Week. Here’s your chance to join a team of UBC students to lead elementary school students and community members in themed projects and activities.
Are you a Canadian post-secondary student pursuing an exchange, study-abroad or internship in Hong Kong for the January 2018 term? If so, you are eligible to apply for one of six free round-trip tickets courtesy of Hong Kong Airlines through the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada’s (APF Canada’s) Asia Connect program.
Murderers, thieves, swindlers, spies, sex offenders, gangsters, and political criminals: China can be a dangerous place, if the stories are to be believed.
We are launching the 4th Annual Global English Camp Internship Program through Come On Out – Japan and are extending our invitation to top Universities and Japanese high school students for a cross-cultural learning experience.
A top level course on policy-making and reforms in China across a wide range of domains combining instruction by UBC Professor
Yves Tiberghien and some courses from experts at one of the top 3 policy schools in China: Southwestern University of Political
Sciences and law (SWUPL).
The Journal of International Affairs (JIA) is a student-run, peer- and faculty-reviewed undergraduate publication. Since 1985, the JIA has showcased distinguished papers written by students across a range of faculties and departments. Contributing to the JIA affords students an invaluable opportunity to have their work published early in their academic careers.
Registration is now open for LSURC! Check out their website to learn more about attending. They are also looking for volunteers for the event, for students who are interested in a volunteer opportunity.