This year the Center for Asia Pacific Studies selected six Asia Bridge Junior Fellows to work on original research papers on topics of their choice with the guidance of fellowship coordinator, Dr. Cynthia Schultes. While they were hard at work Continue reading Who are the Asia Bridge Junior Fellows?
Center for Asia Pacific Studies 2020-2021 Undergraduate Merit Fellow and Asia Bridge Fellow Majoring in International Studies and Asian Studies with a minor in Chinese Studies Evan Matthew Chan entered Professor Wei Yang Menkus’ Chinese Literature in Translation classroom on Continue reading Introducing: Evan Matthew Chan, Class of 2023
Center for Asia Pacific Studies 2020-2021 Undergraduate Merit Fellow Majoring in International Studies with a concentration in Environment and Development and a minor in Asian Studies Even though Emma DeBow and her older sister only have a four-year age gap, Continue reading Introducing: Emma DeBow, Class of 2022
Center for Asia Pacific Studies 2020-2021 Undergraduate Merit Fellow Majoring in International Studies, with concentrations in Sustainable Development & Environmental Justice and minors in Chinese and Asian Studies Priscilla Kim Ong introduced herself via a recorded video to her Chinese Continue reading Introducing: Priscilla Kim Ong, Class of 2022
This spring, the Center for Asia Pacific Studies launched a new fellowship designed to promote the study of Asia among undergraduate students at the University of San Francisco. Expanding the center’s reach beyond our traditional promotion of graduate study through Continue reading Announcing the 2020-2021 Center for Asia Pacific Studies Undergraduate Merit Fellows
Onigiri Action, our interactive cooking workshop and nutritional activism event brought together 20 undergraduates and masters students in the Asian Studies, Asia Pacific Studies, International Studies, and Sociology programs at USF. Students learned how to count to ten in Japanese Continue reading Event Recap: Onigiri Action at USF
This January, the Center for Asia Pacific Studies hosted its first-ever online Winter Book Club. This fun, informal, community-building event proved to be an excellent way to bring together readers interested in learning more about the Asia Pacific region while Continue reading The Center’s First Winter Book Club Connects Readers from Afar