Teachers "Re-imagine" Japan at TEA Summer Institute

Aug. 2, 2012

What are the challenges and opportunities facing Japan today? How do Japanese and the world perceive Japan in the context of two "lost decades" and the "triple tragedies" of March 2011? Why do these questions matter to American educators and students? From July 8-13, 20 secondary teachers considered these questions...

CAS Event: "Aftershock: Japan One Year after the Tohoku Earthquake"

July 2, 2012

On Friday, April 13, the Center for Asian Studies hosted “ Aftershock: Japan One Year after the Tohoku Earthquake ,” a panel discussion addressing the aftermath of the Japanese earth quake, tsunami, and nuclear disaster of March 11, 2011 and the ongoing recovery efforts occurring on the ground from a...

"It's Elementary" Service Project Concludes Its Fifteenth Year of Service in Boulder Valley

July 2, 2012

For the fifteenth year, the Program for Teaching East Asia at the Center for Asian Studies continued the "It's Elementary" Service Project, an internship course designed to provide CU students studying Japan, China and India with an opportunity to share their knowledge about Asia with elementary students in Boulder Valley...

Global Seminar, "Beijing: Window on Modern China" unites CU students with Chinese culture

July 2, 2012

Twelve CU students from a variety of backgrounds and with diverse academic interests recently completed a two-week Global Seminar in Beijing entitled, "Beijing: Window on Modern China" (History 4698). The upper division course was taught by Tim Weston , Associate Professor in the Department of History and Associate Director of...

Professor Bin Bai visits CU

April 23, 2012

Professor Bin Bai of Sichuan University visited CU at the invitation of the Center for Chinese Studies. Prof. Bai is a prominent and very active archaeologist who has worked on sites across China. He is a specialist in the archaeology of southwest China and on the archeology of the Daoist...

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