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Time: October 14, 3:00-4:00 p.m Place: McKinney Bldg. (MH) 3.04.12 See flyer
Date/Time: 2-5 p.m., October 23
Place: Main Bldg. ground floor and MB 0.104
Come celebrate Kumamoto City, San Antonio's sister city in Japan by meeting Kumamon bear and participating in fun activities Read more....
Date/Time: 12-1 p.m., Nov. 4
Place: Main Bldg. Room 1.124
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Japan has a rich culture that is infused into business practices; there is no single recipe for success, but with an open understanding of the conventions, the outcome of the business venture can become more favorable as well as personally satisfying. Read More and See flyer
Immerse yourself in Chinese language and culture 24/7 and earn three credit hours
Dates: May 10-31, 2016; Program fees: $2,450; Application deadline: Nov. 15, 2015
Love Korea, Korean language, culture, food, and K-pop? Join EPIK and experiece them all with a Korean government sponsored fellowship! Roundtrip airfare and housing with a monthly stipend included! Contact email@example.com for a free application consultation. For more info....
Offered by the Dept. of Modern Languages, these are four-credit classes. Call 210.458.5226 for more info.
UTSA's students returned from Japan for a study tour and was immersed in the language and culture with homestay in Kyoto.
Read more on UTSA Summer Program at Kyoto Univeristy of Foreign Studies 2015
Tomoe Kumashiro served as a Japan Outreach Coordinator from 2011-2013 at the University of Texas at San Antonio. She left several legacies and will be missed by her new found friends in the Alamo City. To read more about Tomoe Kumashiro
Reading Jumping for JOI Quarterly newsletter 3 (April-July, 2012)
The East Asia Institute and the UTSA community share our concern and sympathy for those that have been deeply affected in the earthquakes/tsunami tragedy that occurred on March 11, 2011 in Japan.
To find people in the affected areas, learn travel info to Japan and the most up to date news, and to make donations for the victims, please use the following links:
Read UTSA's Fundraising Efforts for Japan: "UTSA Cares about Japan" Donation Drive
Donations/Contributions through The American Red Cross: http://american.redcross.org
Google People Finder: http://japan.person-finder.appspot.com/?lang=en
Consulate General of Japan at Houston: http://www.houston.us.emb-japan.go.jp/en/archive/2011/page20110311_Earthquake.htm
NHK news (Japan's Public Broadcast Company): http://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/index.html
To find U.S. citizens in Japan: JapanEmergencyUSC@state.gov
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-"World Heritage Photos from Japan: Two Thousand Years of Legacies" photography exhibition now opens
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