Posts tagged ‘Kinija’

Time for Asia events start a new season with an open lecture about China’s foreign policy. We are honored to have Prof. Jisheng Sun who is the current Vice President of China Foreign Affairs University (CFAU) and Secretary General of China National Association for International Studies. She has published and translated numerous books, articles and papers regarding international […]

Time for Asia is back with an event that is focused on Chinese subcultures. This upcoming Tuesday (April 11) expert on China Alex Fratila will talk about skinheads and alternative punk movements in China and present several alternative groups/bands in Beijing, their creed, lifestyle, Western influences and the impact that they have on the Chinese […]

This September, a partnership in research was established between the Centre for Asian Studies and the Embassy of People’s Republic of China in Lithuania. On the basis of Embassy’s request, the Centre prepared a report about upcoming Lithuanian parliamentary election and how different outcome scenarios could impact Lithuania-China relationship. We hope this marks a beginning […]

On the 8th of October, Pūkas TV aired a broadcast “Kaunas of various cultures (Įvairiakultūris Kaunas)” which was dedicated to China. In the broadcast, research fellow in the Centre for Asian studies Agnė Budriūnaitė commented about philosophy and religion in China and how they interact in daily life. Student from study program East Asian Languages and […]

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Contemporary music in China

October 28th, 2013

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Centre for Asian Studies invites all those interested to the viewing of documentaries on Forbidden City in Beijing. Documentaries will be introduced by VU Confucius Institute. The viewing will take place on March 25th and 26th at VMU faculty of Political Science and Diplomacy (Gedimino st. 44), room 303, at 6 p.m. The Forbidden City […]

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