Posts tagged ‘Japan’

Centre for Asian Studies partners in Japan, Hiroshima University is going to conduct a special Winter programme of Japanese language and culture from February 26th to March 12th in 2020. The programme will provide lectures of Japanese language and culture with international group-mates. Students will also experience lots of communicative activities with local students and […]

The Centre for Asian Studies continues “Time for Asia” events and invites you on November 26 to an open lecture given by a visiting lecturer Mr. Shingo Masunaga. The guest from University of Turku (Turku, Finland) will speak on topic “Lost in Translation in Helsinki?: Intelligence Activities of Chiune Sugihara in the Interwar Finland”. Regardless […]

On May 17th, 2019 VMU Centre for Asian Studies together with Komaru Transportation Foundation and Hiroshima University Lithuanian Center organized Second Japanese language contest. The contest began with the opening addresses by Japanese ambassador to Lithuania H.E. Mr. Shiro Yamasaki, CEO of Fukuyama Transporting Mr. Shigehiro Komaru and Vice-rector of Hiroshima University prof. Toshiyuki Sato. Participant’s speeches […]

Study opportunities in Japan

January 29th, 2019

Embassy of Japan in Lithuania will present opportunities to study in Japan for Lithuanian citizens. Special attention will be given to Japanese Government Scholarships (MEXT) proveded to Lithuanian citizens. Students that have studies in Japan will share their experiences.  Date: February 6th, 2019 (Wednesday). Time: 4:45-6:00 PM.

Those who have not yet been able to see the picturesque documentary about the relationship between Kaunas and Japan are welcome to the screening of the documentary “Kaunas, the City of Sugihara and Japan” on February 7th. After the screening together with the Deputy Kaunas City Mayor Mr. Simonas Kairys we will remember Kaunas work […]

The Matsumae International Foundation (MIF) invites researches to apply for “2020 Research Fellowship Program”. Fields of research such as natural science, engineering and medicine are considered with first priorities.  Applicants are free to select host institutions (universities, national research institutions or the

Showa Women‘s University (Tokyo, Japan) invites female undergraduate and graduate university students to participate in the 3 week summer program. The program is designed for students who are interested in Japan, but not yet studies Japanese. During your stay in Japan together with Japanese

Kansai Gaidai University (Japan) is pleased to inform you that application for the Asian Studies Summer Program 2019 is now open. Six-week program offers the combination of Japanese language course with lecture course in Asian Studies, which will lay a foundation for understanding Japan and its people. Field trips and student-organized activities will add interesting hands-on experiences […]

October 7-14, 2018 Romanas Erminas, East Asia region studies Master‘s student has won national “MIRAI” program’s contest and visited Japan. The program is supported by the Japanese government and is dedicated to the young leaders of the future. During the program, dozens of students from various countries spent a week in Japan, where they participated […]

Japanese post stamps exhibition

November 14th, 2018

On November 15 – December 15 VMU Centre for Asian Studies invites you to visit Japanese post stamps exhibition “Memorable events of the 20th Century for Japanese people”. The exhibition displays a part of Mr. Leonas Veržbolauskas collection of Japanese post stamps. The exhibition is located in the 4th floor gallery at the VMU Multifunctional […]