Date Center for Asian Studies Events-2020 Fall Time (US CST) Location
11/24 “Perception of Images in India-China Relations” by Prof. B.R. Deepak

10:00-11:30am 

Online
09/17 Pronouncing Chinese Names Workshop 12:00–1:00pm Online
09/26 Asian Culture Forum: “Odysseus Meets Monkey King: A View of the East-West Encounter in the Global Age”, by Dr. Dennis Kratz 4:00-5:30pm Online
11/7 Asian Culture Forum: ” Japanese Culture and Society Revealed through the Work of Animator/Filmmaker Hayao Miyazakiby Nami Kroska 4:00-5:30pm Online
07/14 Webinar: “History, Memory, and Monuments”, by Dr. Dennis Kratz, Director of Center for Asian Studies 12 -1:00pm Online

Featured Lecture about India-China Relation on November 24

Professor B.R. Deepak is a globally recognized expert in Sino-Indian relations and an award-winning translator of Chinese classics into Hindi. In this featured lecture, Professor Deepak will talk about the perceptions of images in Indian-China relations. The lecture will be virtual online at 10:00am US CST. Click here to register… 

Learn Hayao Miyazaki and his Animations and Movies on November 7

Come to join our online Asian Culture Forum on November 7, 4-5:30PM. Nami Kroska, visiting assistant professor in Japanese, will introduce Hayao Miyazaki’s animations and movies; explore what Japanese culture and society are revealed in his works. Email to:asianstudies@utdallas.edu or Register Here.

Japanese Culture and society in Hayao Miyazaki's movies, pdf

Asia and the West Discuss Friendship on September 26

What if we could eavesdrop on a conversation between Odysseus and the Monkey King? What might we learn about resolving the tension between individual excellence and social obligations? Join Center for Asian Studies to discuss with Dr. Dennis Kratz what we can learn from Odysseus and the Monkey King. 4:00-5:30 p.m., September 26, live event on Microsoft Teams. Click to register.

Learn to Pronounce Chinese Names and Connect with Chinese Students on September 17

Center for Asian Studies and Intercultural Program office will host Pronouncing Chinese Names Workshop on September 17, 2-3:30pm on Teams. Join the workshop and learn how to pronounce common names and syllables in Chinese! Register online: Pronouncing Chinese Names Workshop (PDF)