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Yearly Events

Chinese Table
Every Wednesday 12:30pm-1:30pm, Townsend 107
Every week, the Asian Studies department holds a Chinese Table for students wishing to practice their Chinese speaking skills

Mid-Autumn Festival
Every Fall Semester
The Mid-Autumn (Mooncake) Festival takes place to celebrate the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival holiday.

Lunar New-Year Celebration
Every Spring Semester
The Lunar (Chinese) New-Year takes place to celebrate the Chinese Spring Festival Holiday.

China in the World
Every Spring Semester

The China in the World event discusses about China's position in the world. Every spring will host a different theme and perspective on the topic. On Spring 2017, we will be discussing about China's position on global fashion.

End of Year Event
At the end of the year/school year, the Asian Studies Program holds an event to congratulate the students for their hard work and achievement in their language course.

Past Events

Sakura Matsuri
April 7, 2017

Come join us to experience the Cherry Blossoms and the authentic Japanese Tea Ceremony at Shofuso Japanese Gardens. Tickets are $10, and can be bought at the History Department.

Holi Festival
Thursday, April 18, 2016

Join us to have fun throwing colored powder to others at the Basketball Court near the dorms!

China in the World: Cutting-Edge Fashion
March 29, 2017

This one-day interdisciplinary conference, culminating in a fashion show, aims to deepen and enrich the topic of China's influence on the world of fashion. The scholars and designer will lead a panel discussion exploring cutting edge Chinese fashion.

Lunar New Year Celebration
January 26, 2017

The Lunar (Chinese) New-Year takes place to celebrate the Chinese Spring Festival Holiday.

US Politics and Security in South Asia
Thursday, November 10, 2016

Dr.Imtiaz, an internationally well-known expert for his publications on a wide-array of subject matters, will be joining our lecture. Because the lecture is only 2 days after the election, we are expecting a comprehensive and interesting lecture. Dr. Nazih Richani of the Political Science Department will be providing comments and Dr. Klein of the MAHGS Program will be moderating. Come join us in our discussion!

Across the Pacific Workshop
November 3, 2016

Come hear from a panel of faculty, scholars, and students about their experience living, working, and studying in Wenzhou China and Kean USA. Bother perspectives will be represented.

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