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Webinars & Presentations

With the 24-hour uninterrupted news cycle, it can be challenging to stay on top of what is happening in East Asia and around the world. The online series Behind the Headlines offers teachers a recap and a nuanced understanding of current events happening …

Book & Film Groups

Ai Weiwei’s 2020 memoir 1000 Years of Joys and Sorrows  pays homage to his father Ai Qing, one of China’s leading 20th century poets, at the same time providing critical social and historical context for both his father’s and his careers as artists and …

Seminars & Short Courses

This program is aimed at elementary and middle school teachers interested in integrating picture books into science and/or social studies instruction. The course will focus on the teaching of the natural sciences and the cultures of China and Taiwan. The …

Workshops

K-12 educators from all disciplines are invited to join this free online workshop. Japan’s remarkable transformation from a secluded island nation to a major world power in just a few decades during the 19th and early 20th centuries is a fascinating tale …

Webinars & Presentations

With the 24-hour uninterrupted news cycle, it can be challenging to stay on top of what is happening in East Asia and around the world. The online series Behind the Headlines offers teachers a recap and a nuanced understanding of current events happening …

Workshops

Join us for this unique opportunity to speak with staff members of the Okinawa Prefecture DC Office to learn more about the history, culture, environment, and on-going issues surrounding the vast US military presence in Okinawa. This interactive session …

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Limited webinar openings exclusively for secondary school teachers offer a chance to explore Ian Johnson’s new book, “Sparks,” shedding light on determined Chinese writers, filmmakers, and artists who confront censorship while documenting their nation’s …

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Social and Political Cleavages in China in Comparative Perspective

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With the 24-hour uninterrupted news cycle, it can be challenging to stay on top of what is happening in East Asia and around the world. The online series Behind the Headlines offers teachers a recap and a nuanced understanding of current events happening …

Workshops

Join us for an engaging K-12 curriculum resource workshop in which we examine the island of Taiwan’s rich and compelling historical narrative as well as the important role it plays in today’s geopolitical and economic landscape. This workshop will also …

Workshops

Join art historian Melanie King for a series of introductory workshops to East Asian visual culture. Each one-hour online session will focus on a different aspect of art history and is intended for educators new to East Asian culture and art history and …

Workshops

Join us for this free online workshop with distinguished historian Sam Yamashita. Over the last forty years, Japanese cuisine has had an oversized influence on fine dining in the United States. Chefs cooking at celebrated American restaurants are now …

Workshops

We can learn so much about a culture through its food, and Japan has an exceptionally rich cuisine. This workshop offers an introduction to contemporary Japanese literature through readings that celebrate food. We will begin with a video featuring …

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Join Stephan Lee, author of K-Pop Revolution (Freeman Award Book–Honorable Mention), as he discusses his work.

This webinar is presented by the Five College Center for East Asian Studies in collaboration with the University of Colorado …

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Social Movements & Adaptation of Social Policy in China in Comparative Perspective

Workshops

This online workshop explores how Chinese sci-fi engages with the challenges of environmental, social, and political sustainability that confront both contemporary China and humanity at large. We will explore the work of eminent sci-fi writers such as Liu …

Workshops

Join the us for this Saturday workshop at the Portland Japanese Garden in Portland, Oregon, featuring the documentary and award-winning curriculum units for Edo Avant Garde, a film about the paintings of nature in Japan during the Edo period (1603-1868). …

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Executive Systems in China in Comparative Perspective

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Legislative Systems in China in Comparative Perspective

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Economics Systems in China in Comparative Perspective