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Agenda

  1. Apr
    18
    Fri

    1. Former Taiwan Vice President, activist and author Annette Lu (Lu Hsiu-Lien) 呂秀蓮 with Professor Ashley on their new book My Fight for a New Taiwan @ Multi Cultural Center
      11:00 am – 1:00 pm

      April 18; 11:00-1:00@MCC: Former Taiwan Vice President, activist and author Annette Lu (Lu Hsiu-Lien) 呂秀蓮 with Professor Ashley Eseray on their new book My Fight for a New Taiwan

  2. Apr
    21
    Mon

    1. Tomoko Iwasawa on “Re-examining the Study of Japanese Culture: A Comparative Analysis of The Chrysanthemum and the Sword and Mirror for Americans: Japan” @ SSMS Building, Room 2135
      5:00 am – 6:30 am

      “Re-examining the Study of Japanese Culture: A Comparative Analysis of The Chrysanthemum and the Sword and Mirror for Americans: Japan

      by Tomoko Iwasawa (Reitaku University, Japan)

      Tomoko Iwasawa Lecture Flyer (PDF)

       

      Sponsored by the UCSB International Shinto Foundation Endowed Chair in Shinto Studies: Japanese Religions Lectures series

  3. May
    5
    Mon

    1. Sakurai Yoshihide: Lecture on New Religions in Japan @ SSMS Building, Room 2135
      5:00 am – 6:30 am

      Lecture on new religions in Japan

      by Sakurai Yoshihide (Hokkaidō University, Japan)

       

      Sponsored by the UCSB International Shinto Foundation Endowed Chair in Shinto Studies: Japanese Religions Lectures series

  4. May
    9
    Fri

    1. Kanchan (Kanji Championship) @ HSSB 4080
      2:30 pm – 4:30 pm

      Kanchan_imageThe Japanese Language Program is hosting a Kanchan, or Kanji Championship!

      Are you taking a Japanese course now? Or, have you studied Japanese before at  UCSB, SBCC, at another college, high school, or somewhere else? Congratulations! You are qualified to participate in this big, fun, yet educational event, and compete  for a fabulous prize and certificate!

      The participants will join in fun games, using their knowledge of kanji characters and compounds to compete with other students of Japanese. There will be 4 levels, as described below. Please choose the most appropriate level considering your abilities. If you don’t know which level is right, please contact your Japanese teacher. If you are an SBCC student, please contact Chikako Shinagawa, providing information about how much you have studied and where.

      Entry Deadline: Friday, April 11

      For more information, please go to Japanese Language Program site.

  5. Jun
    23
    Mon

    1. Japanese Language Placement Test – Summer 2014 @ HSSB 2214
      1:00 pm – 2:30 pm

      Testing Date:

      Monday, June 23, 1:00-2:30PM @ HSSB 2214

      Check out the Japanese Language Program Website for more information and to sign up for the test.