Kansai Gaidai university (Japan) is pleased to inform you about the updated information regarding the Asian Studies Summer Program 2017 at KGU. This six-week program offers the combination of an elementary Japanese language course with lecture course in Asian Studies, which will lay a foundation for understanding about Japan and its people.
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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.
Japanese Embassy in Lithuania invites everyone to get to know traditional Japanese POP culture. During the period of November 4-8 a variety of events will take place as well as the first screening in Lithuania of a documentary “Lady Minako – the last Geisha” will be shown. Some of the events will take place in […]
This Friday HASHI club’s guest is Gediminas Jankauskas – a film critic, VMU and VU lecturer of film history and cinematography and organiser of cinema-related activities. He will tell a little bit about the Japanese film history and present a black-and-white film “Rashomon”, made in 1950.
This Friday HASHI has visitors – anime fan club “Kurokawa”, which presents an animated film „The dog of Flanders“, made in 1997.
What are your first thoughts when you here “martial arts“? Do you imagine muscular boxers or maybe flexible Buddhist priests, karate masters breaking wooden blocks or ninjutsu practitioniers throwing shurikens? No matter what kind of methods will be used or what kind of phylosophy will be followed, all of these martial arts are used for […]
Most people who love Japan dream about seeing this country with their own eyes. Every year at least one HASHI club member sets on a long journey for even just a moment to look into this dream land. This Friday Joana Vaitkutė, who lived in Japan for one year, will tell us about her experience.
Dr Aurelijus Zykas, head of VMU Centre for Asian studies, recently was interviewed by “Verslo žinios” – news website, mainly focussing on business matters. This analytical interview allows readers to understand contemporary Japan. Click here to read full text (in Lithuanian only).