Events for the Department of Chinese and Japanese.
The Japanese Lanuage and Culture Candidate Presentation will present "The So-called Japanese Marker-ga." Japanese Faculty Candidate...
Professor Jun Liu presents "From Modernishm to Realism: A Comparative Study of Two Groups of Chinese Writers in North America" in ARH 102. Jun Liu...
The Chinese New Year 2011 (year of the rabbit) was celebrated with fun, food, performers, and lots of friends!
Professor Seiichi Makino, of East Asian Studies, Princeton University, will present "What will be lost in translation? A cognitive linguistic analysis," in ARH 102. Refreshments will be served....
The annual Chinese Moon Festival was a great success for 2010! Around 150 people enjoyed the traditional Chinese Moon Cakes and other great food, enjoyable student entertainment and a...
Four survivors of the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima, Japan, on Aug. 6, 1945 will share their personal experiences at Grinnell College from Sept. 18-21.
Titled "Give Back Peace! Hiroshima...
GRINNELL, Iowa - A distinguished group of experts will offer an in-depth overview of contemporary Japan at a symposium titled "The Changing Face of Japan: The Heisei Era (1989-present)" at...
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