National recognition and respect of Asian Americans is surging, whether in politics, media, the corporate sphere or elsewhere. And yet, racial violence against Asian Americans is rising as well. How can we make sense of this seeming contradiction? Rather than … Read more
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The Nyai Saraswati Gamelan and Angklung Ensemble presents its FALL CONCERT 2022 “JAZZ AND JASMINE” With Special Guest Artist: Dr. Heidi Radtke - Saxophone (UNC Music Dept.) on Lou Harrison's "Cornish Lancaran" and other pieces. Free Admission! After the concert … Read more
The Boren Awards fund the intensive study of language and culture abroad by U.S. undergraduate or graduate students. All eligible applicants have the option to either apply for a Regional Flagship Language Initiative or select/design their own study program in … Read more
This talk explores the transformations of Pine Mansion—a Shenzhen former emigrant community—and its members’ changing relationship with their diaspora around the world. For over a century, inhabitants of Shenzhen’s villages have migrated to South-east Asia, the Pacific, North and South … Read more
The Triangle East Asian Consortium is excited to present a public event: Global Wealth History: East Asia and the Laws of Supplies and Demands to be held at NC State University (111 Lampe Drive, Room 341) on November, 7th, Monday … Read more
Join one of our Fulbright Language Teaching Assistants, Sunny Vo, in Connor Hall to participate in the Vietnamese Food Festival!
Join Sunny Vo in Cobb Residence Hall's Kitchen to learn how to make Vietnamese recipes! Scan the QR code on the flyer for directions.
Join the Korean Studies Program, the Carolina Asia Center, and the Department of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies for a film screening of a contemporary Korean film: Dust-Man (2021). Here is a summary of the movie: Taysan, a young homeless … Read more
Please join us in a talk from Dr. Mai Na Lee, Associate Professor of History and Asian American Studies at University of Minnesota, entitled: Hmong Veterans of the Secret War and their Fight for Recognition in America. Hmong Americans are … Read more
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