Spring 2017 Schedule

The Center for East Asian and Pacific Studies (CEAPS) is the steward of campus-wide teaching, research, programming, and outreach on East Asia, as well as Southeast Asia and the Pacific. CEAPS is a Department of Education Title VI National Resource Center for East Asia and strives to broadly support the research, teaching, and service missions of the University of Illinois. All events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.



January
Thursday, 12th The Poetic Dialogue Analysis of the Translation of The Book of Songs
Friday, 27th How Do Pro-patent Policies Drive SMEs' Patenting in China?
February
Tuesday, 14th AsiaLENS: Punch
Friday, 17th Study Abroad in Asia Summit
Tuesday, 21th In Response to Executive Order 9066: A Day of Rembembrance
Friday, 24th Reading Kimono in Text and on Screen: The Case of The Makioka Sisters
Monday, 27th Research on the Labor Relationship - Alerting and Coordinating based on Psychological Contract
March
Friday, 3rd South Koreans go back to the land: Refuge and belonging at the periphery of the nation
Friday, 3rd - Staruday, 4th China: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow Teacher Training Seminar
Monday, 6th From Silkworms to Textiles: Japan’s Historical Silk Production Demonstrated with Manual Machinery
Tuesday, 7th UIUC - Osaka City University Exchange Symposium
Thursday, 9th Twenty
Monday, 13th LAS Global Studies Brown Bag Talk with Gustav Goger
Tuesday, 14th U.S. Department of State Info Session
Tuesday, 14th AsiaLENS:Playing with Fire: Women Actors of Afghanistan
Friday, 31th 2017 Joint Area Center Symposium: Governing Globalization: Challenges for Democracy and Global Society
Friday, 31th The Association between Rural–urban Migration Flows and Urban Air Quality in China
April
Saturday, 1st 2017 Joint Area Center Symposium: Governing Globalization: Challenges for Democracy and Global Society
Friday, 7th Change above Glass Ceiling: Corporate Social Responsibility and Gender Diversity in Japanese Firms
Friday, 14th From the Chinese Traditional Canonical Classics to the Bible
Tuesday, 11th AsiaLENS: Don’t Think I’ve Forgotten
Thursday, 13th Scholar-in-Residence: Jae Kyung Lee "The South Korean Family at the Crossroads: Deconstructing Modern Dichotomies"
Wednesday, 19th You Call It Passion
Monday, 24th The Colonial Responsibility in Japan-ROK Relations after 1965 and the US
Friday, 28th Migratory Surveillance and Strategic Resistance in Hong Kong