Posts tagged ‘Japan Foundation’

In the past few months the Centre for Asian Studies (CAS) together with VMU’s Japanese language teachers and international partners were working on a project financed by Japan Foundation’s “Sakura Network” program. The project was focused on expanding – a page that provides freely accessible Japanese language lessons in Lithuanian language for independent learning.

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Sorry, this entry is only available in Lithuanian.

The first electronic Japanese-Lithuanian dictionary, compiled by Aurelijus Zykas, will be launched on the 25th of February. This comprehensive dictionary contains about 70.000 words and expressions from various fields (art, culture, natural and political sciences, and more) with grammatical explanations and more than 500 illustrations. This dictionary should provide a substantial support for all the […]

Simona Vasilevskyte, senior coordinator of the Centre for Asian Studies, has been accepted for the 6 months lenght fellowship at Japanese Language Centre in Urawa (Saitama prefecture), which is sponsored by Japan Foundation. During her fellowship, she will study the Japanese language teaching methodology. Japan Foundation, established in 1972, is one of the institutions of […]

On the summer of 2014 Aurelijus Zykas,researcher and the head of Centre for Asian Studies , went on an internship in Tokyo that was funded by Japan Foundation. During the internship Dr. Zykas collected newest material related to Japan’s public diplomacy and it’s changes during the last 5 years, analysed strategic documents, interviewed the officials […]

On March 31, 2012, the new Website “Asian studies in Lithuania” was launched. It is supposed to become an electronic data base where data regarding the history and present situation of Asian studies in Lithuania is collected. Here you can find the information about the personalities (scholars, travelers, educators, translators), working in the field or […]