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 japonukalba.vdu.lt – a page that provides freely accessible Japanese language lessons in Lithuanian language for independent learning.
Recently, Centre for Asian Studies was invited to join the “Sakura Network”, which aims to enhance the quality of overseas Japanese language education and provides opportunities to learn the Japanese language. This opportunty is proposed for the institutions that have succeeded in launching a number of excellent projects. CAS is the first institution in Lithuania […]
Students are encouraged to apply for Japanese Language Program for Overseas Students (Outstanding Students) 2015 organized by Japan Foundation. All the applicants must first fill out the form that can be found at the Centre for Asian Studies (Vaizganto st. 30, Kaunas) until the 24th of April.
The Centre for Asian Studies and Japanese club “Hashi” invite to Japanese language contests which will be held at VMU Small Hall (Daukanto str. 28, Kaunas) on March 5-6: the fifth Japanese Speech contest (March 5, 10:00-14:00) and the second Japanese Reading contest (March 6, 10:00- 15:00). During the Speech contest the participants from different […]
Centre for Asian Studies is organizing public Japanese language courses. They are meant for school pupils and working citizens who are not able to participate in VMU lectures during the usual time. Courses will be taught by VMU Japanese language teacher Yumiko Nunokawa and here you will have a chance to learn the basics of […]
As most of you already know, November in HASHI club is dedicated to the Japanese language and other related aspects. One of the aspects is dialects. Depending on the size of a country and the number of regions, they can differ only a little or may have so many differences that people who live in […]
Showa Women University in Tokyo offers to participate in their new one-semester lenght Japanese language program. This program is designed for beginner level students to improve their skills and to experience exciting life in Tokyo.
It is already the middle of spring and days are geting warmer and warmer… In Japan sakura trees are in fool bloom while in Lithuania starts long-awaited „Anime Nights“ festival. For this occasion this Friday HASHI invites you to spend the evening while watching anime. Fuse Teppō Musume no Torimonochō is a 2012 Japanese animated […]
Japan Foundation invites everyone to apply for Japanese language program for overseas students. This program offers the opportunity to visit Japan and to deepen the knowledge of the Japanese language, society and culture for the purpose of further encouragement to continue with your study.
This Friday in HASHI club we will watch a Japanese movie.