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2 years ago
Six graduate students who have been working with Professor Feng-hsi Liu have had their abstracts accepted at the 28th North American Conference on Chinese Linguistics (NACCL-28), which is a major international conference on Chinese... Read More
2 years ago
Hsuan-Ying Liu’s conference proposal titled "Ready for the coming era of teaching and learning Chinese? A case study of K-12 schools” has been shortlisted for the Taochung Yao Memorial Award (a.k.a. the Yao Award) this year. Hsuan-Ying is... Read More
2 years ago
Dr. Jiang Wu was recently awarded about $25,000 by the Chiang Chingkuo Foundation to organize a conference on "The Formation of Regional Religious Systems in Greater China." This conference aims to provide a new perspective to the “old... Read More
2 years ago
This past December, M.A. student Christianne Ono travelled to Ikema Island in southern Okinawa to participate in Dr. Tsuyoshi Ono (University of Alberta) and Dr. Toshihide Nakayama’s (Tokyo University of Foreign Studies) Second Miyako... Read More
2 years ago
The Department of East Asian Studies is proud to announce the publication of Spreading Buddha's Word in East Asia: The Formation and Transformation of the Chinese Buddhist Canon, edited by our own Professor Jiang Wu in conjunction with... Read More
2 years ago
Liming Wang’s Biosketch Liming was born and raised in a small village in northern China. Her fraternal grandfather was an intellectual but was persecuted and “sent down” during the Cultural Revolution. He had to relocate to a village from... Read More
2 years ago
Mark Metcalf, an alumni of East Asian Studies, received his Masters of Art in EAS in 2001. His MA thesis, entitled Warring States Political Rhetoric and the Zhangguo Ce Persuasions, was directed by Dr. Anna Shields. Mark later received an... Read More
2 years ago
The Chinese language program participated in the Fourth Chinese Language and Culture Proficiency Competition at the Tucson Chinese Culture Center, September 26, 2015. The event was hosted by the Confucius Institute of the University of... Read More
2 years ago
This summer EAS assistant professor and cultural anthropologist Dr. Nathaniel Smith led the inaugural year of Arizona in Japan: Megacity Tokyo. The group of eleven students were based at Sophia University in the heart of Tokyo, analyzed... Read More
2 years ago
China is currently the fifth most popular study abroad destination among American college students, but UA has never had its own program in Mainland China before. In the summer of 2015, Department of East Asian Studies launched its Arizona... Read More

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