CCN brings together people with academic and professional interests in China from across UNC. They host educational events and guest speakers throughout the year.
The Carolina Dragon Boat Organization aims to promote healthy living and a sense of teamwork among students through the fun, alternative water sport of Chinese dragon boat racing.
We are an organization that meets to play the ancient Asian board game Go. Beginners and players of all levels are welcome!
Carolina Kendo promotes the study and practice of kendo, a modern Japanese martial art, for recreational and competitive purposes. The kendo club holds regular practices and participates in sanctioned kendo competitions.
Carolina Otaku Uprising hosts regular meetings and special events to promote the understanding and appreciation of Japanese anime at UNC.
The Chinese House now part of the Global Scholars House through the Carolina’s Residential Learning Programs offers UNC students the opportunity to pursue their interests in Chinese language and culture as part of their on-campus housing experience. The Chinese House features a wide variety of programs, including conversational hours in which students meet up to use Chinese in social settings around Chapel Hill.
This club provides a relaxed environment and frequent opportunities for conversing in Chinese language(s). All skill levels are welcome, including beginners, native speakers, and everyone in between.
The Chinese Undergraduate Student Association brings together Chinese students and scholars and those interested in Chinese culture or language at UNC. CUSA serves as an educational instrument for the university and the community by organizing events which promote awareness of and appreciation for Chinese culture.
The Duke-UNC China Leadership Summit is an annual student-run conference organized by Duke University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. We invite leading experts to speak on topics of importance to Sino-U.S. relations and create a platform for students from across the United States to exchange perspectives on these issues, connect with speakers, and network with one another.
Falun Dafa teaches five easy-to-learn meditative exercises that bring relaxation and stress relief from college. The organization also spreads awareness and understanding of the practice of Falun Dafa.
Flying Silk is UNC’s only classical Chinese dance group. Their purpose is to educate the student community on the traditional aspects of Chinese dance through performances.
FACSS, established in 1999, is committed to providing a full range of service and support for UNC-Chapel Hill’s Chinese community. An executive committee administers student activities, outreach and advocacy.
Hanmaum English Ministry (EM) is a campus Christian ministry based in a local Korean church.
The Japan Club provides a chance for students to experience Japanese culture through various events and celebrations.
KSEA-YG establishes an academic and professional network among 1.5 to 2nd generation Korean-American scientists and engineers in the United States and provides members with opportunities to receive scholarships and attend international conferences.
KASA seeks to promote cultural, political, and social awareness about the Korean-American community both on UNC’s campus and in the community at large. Membership is open to any and all who are interested in Korean-American issues.
KASS provides opportunities for Korean graduate students at UNC to network and form community.
LiNK is a grassroots organization that helps North Korean refugees within China. UNC’s LiNK Rescue Team, through awareness and fundraising, helps those who have already escaped live a better life.
The Taiwanese Student Association provides Taiwanese students at UNC with a community and networking opportunities.