Urban China Global Seminar Blog Seies

Jan. 22, 2019

"I had the amazing opportunity this May to be accepted into the Urban China Global Seminar and spend three weeks in China! I had no idea what to expect, as I had never studied abroad before. We had several classes before the trip began, where I met my fellow students...

Local Women Artists Exhibit at Juried Show in Kunming, China – Denver’s Sister City

Jan. 17, 2019

Artist Alice Renouf , Executive Director of the Colorado China Council, and France Addington-Lee (Co-Chairs of the Denver-Kunming Committee) are members of the CAS Advisory Council. A successful inaugural Art Exhibition took place last month at the prestigious Wenlin Gallery in Denver’s Sister City of Kunming, China. Organized by Denver...

Urban China Global Seminar Blog Series

Jan. 14, 2019

Having the opportunity to study abroad in China is an experience I will never forget. It gave me the opportunity to learn more about myself, to expand my worldview, and to grow as an individual. Being able to study about the culture of China by traveling from city to city...

Asia Related Courses offered in the Spring 2019 Semester

Jan. 11, 2019

CAS is pleased to announce a number of exciting Asia-related courses that are being offered next semester. Interested in learning more about Asia in Spring 2019? ASIA 3300 | Sex and Gender in Asian Film and Literature T/Th 9:30-10:45 Dr. Colleen Berry This class explores configurations of gender, sexual identities,...

Urban China Global Seminar Blog Series

Jan. 7, 2019

This summer has been the most incredible summer of my life to date. I had the privilege of getting to join a group of 12 other students to spend a month in China. This experience was beyond impactful and changed my life in immeasurable ways. I myself am a mechanical...

CAS Postdoctoral Fellow, Alessandro Rippa, has a new publication: Cross-Border Trade and “the Market” between Xinjiang (China) and Pakistan

Dec. 20, 2018

The Center for Asian Studies' postdoctoral fellow, Alessandro Rippa's new article has been published in the Journal of Contemporary Asia. Alessandro researches infrastructure development and the politics of mobility along the China-Myanmar border. He completed his doctorate in Social Anthropology at the University of Aberdeen with a dissertation on the...

Indonesia Global Seminar Blog Series

Dec. 18, 2018

Studying abroad in Indonesia changed my perspective on what it means to immerse yourself in a culture. Being able to live with local families in the jungle of the Mentawai Islands, roaming around the crowded markets of Padang, and experiencing the tourism of Bali, this trip allows you to experience...

Edward G. Seidensticker Japan Summer Research Grant

Dec. 10, 2018

The Center for Asian Studies invites CU Boulder graduate students doing research on Japan to apply for the Edward G. Seidensticker Japan Summer Research Grant. The Center will offer several grants of up to a maximum of $1200 each to help fund graduate level research on Japan during Summer 2019...

Indonesia Global Seminar Blog Series

Dec. 7, 2018

This article is part of an ongoing series of blog posts written by students who participated in Global Seminar courses last simmer. We hope they give inspitation for and perspective on the summer learning opportunities available at CU Boulder. You can find information about next summer's Global Seminars here ...

CAS administers the Japanese Language Proficiency test on Sunday December 2

Nov. 29, 2018

Each year, the Center for Asian Studies administers the Japanese Language Proficiency test on the forst Sunday of December. This test is considerdd to gold standard for anyone wanting to work in or with Japanese industry or with the Japanese government. The exam has 5 levels ranging from basic comprehension...

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