Posts tagged ‘konferencija’

Are you interested in politics of Japan? Maybe you are interested in economy of China? Maybe you are fascinated in Korean art and traditions? It does not matter in which field you are interested in, as long as it is related to East Asia we have a very interesting proposition to you.

Senior Coordinator of the Centre for Asian Studies, Japanese language lecturer Ms. Kayako Takagi has participated in the recent International Conference on Japanese Language Teaching (日本語教育連絡会議) that was held on September 6-7, 2019 in University of Vienna (Austria).  Ms. Takagi made a presentation (“A case report of Tadoku in Reading Club of Vytautas Magnus University”) […]

Each year the Centre for Asian Studies (CAS) is inviting scholars from different academic fields to present their research on specific aspects of East Asia. This tradition is continuing, and this year we are happy to invite everyone interested to Korea, Japan and China to the 11th international CAS conference called “Civil Society in East Asian […]

The Centre for Asian Studies invited scholars and the general public to an international academic conference “Travel and Mutual Understanding: East Asia, Europe and Beyond“ that was held October 20-21 in Kaunas, Lithuania at VMU Small Hall (Daukanto st. 28, 2nd floor). The conference focused on travel as an opportunity for inter-cultural learning and both […]

This September, 14-17, the 27thEAJRS (European Association of Japanese Resource Specialists) took place in Bucharest University. Vytautas Magnus University was represented there by Arvydas Kumpis, a senior coordinator the Centre for Asian Studies and a librarian at VMU Library. He made a presentation on “Contemporary Japanese studies in Vytautas Magnus University: presentation of collection on […]

Taiwan Centre Opened

March 3rd, 2013

On 1 March, VMU opened its new division, Taiwan Centre – the first of its kind in the entire Eastern Europe. The occasion was marked with a festive opening ceremony and the international scientific conference Chinese / Taiwanese Studies in Baltic States. Guests of the event included Representative of Taipei Mission in Riga ambassador Gary […]

Taiwan Center to be Established

February 11th, 2013

On 1 March, VMU will open its new division, Taiwan Centre – the first of its kind in the entire Eastern Europe. The occasion will be marked with a festive opening ceremony and the international scientific conference Chinese / Taiwanese Studies in Baltic States, which will begin at 9.20 a.m. that day in the VMU […]