Join the annual festivities at Nikkei Matsuri and see the legends and tales of the Japanese ninja come alive when hereditary real-life ninja Tomonosuke introduces the unique and secret world of ninja and their ninjutsu techniques.
Taking courses at UBC looking for a flexible job to fit into your schedule? Search no further! The Asian Studies main office is hiring for a couple of winter Work Learn positions starting September 4th, 2018. What is Work Learn? Work Learn is a 10-hour a week position that provides you with an opportunity to work […]
The Gary & Conseulo Corbett Canada-U.S. Fellowships Program will award $8,000 (USD) to an Exchange student going to University of Washington for their Winter (January 7-March 15) and Spring quarters (April 1 – June 7).
In 2018W, the topic for HIST 105B is Pacific War in History and Film. This course interrogates Japanese Pacific War films to contemplate how Japan's contemporary history has been shaped by, and shapes, the presentation and memory of World War II in the Pacific.
Taiwan Fellowship is established by the Foreign Ministry in Taiwan to encourage scholars to do research in Taiwan, on topics ranging from Taiwan, cross-strait relations, mainland China, Asia-Pacific region to Chinese studies. The research term is 3-12 months and the finalists begin their research in Taiwan in 2019.
This conference aims to illuminate the interplay between traditional literary cultures in an East Asian context by examining the reception and narrative developments of the major traditional Chinese novels, especially Sanguozhi yanyi 三國志演義 (Romance of the Three Kingdoms; hereafter Three Kingdoms) in East Asia. All are welcome! Light refreshments will be provided. Programme for May […]