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East Asian Studies Events

Asian Studies Seminar Series

China Research Seminar

Postgraduate Research Seminar

The Long Bridge at Seta

Daijōe uta Reconsidered

A talk by Dr Edward Kamens, Sumitomo Professor of Japanese Studies, Yale University, Robert and Lisa Sainsbury Fellow, SISJAC

Tuesday, 24th February, 2014 at 4:30pm in Room 7
Faculty of Asian & Middle Eastern Studies

Seating is very limited, please RSVP to:

Dr Matthew Shores

Global China: New Approaches

Ra Jong-Yil Lecture in Korean Studies

Research Students' Seminars on Second Language Chinese

Tang Poem Recital

By tradition our 1st-year Chinese Studies students are going to give a recital of Tang poetry. This year we’ll also sing two famous Chinese folk songs.

Asian-related events in Cambridge

Intensive Workshop in Japanese Early-modern Textual Scholarship

Thursday, 19th - Saturday, 21st March 2015
Emmanuel College

East Asian Day at Emmanuel College

On Friday, 17th April, Emmanuel College is organizing an East Asian Day, open to anyone who is considering the possibility of studying Chinese or Japanese at the University of Cambridge. Language tasters for both Chinese and Japanese language, a masterclass on comic storytelling followed by an actual performance and a session on calligraphy will constitute the academic activities for the day. You will also have the chance to meet current students of Chinese and Japanese, experience college life for one day and get useful information about how to apply to Cambridge.

Programme for the day.

If interested, please contact Ms Lizzie Dobson, Schools Liaison Officer of Emmanuel College: 07872410677.

Mongolia & Inner Asia Research Seminars

Mongolia & Inner Asia Research Unit, University of Cambridge

Needham Research Institute Text-reading Seminars

Needham Research Institute, Cambridge

Related events elsewhere

Earlier Events

For listings of past events, please see the Events Archive.


Cambridge has a long and distinctive tradition in the study of the Middle East and Asia. This Faculty prides itself on exploring these fields through the local languages and encourages students to learn through real world engagement. If you are interested in these world regions and want to discover their languages, cultures, histories, religions, and politics, then this is the home for you.