Lectures & Conferences @ UP Asian Center
The Asian Center regularly holds lectures, conferences, roundtables, and other academic-related activities, all of which have been listed below. All conferences and the like are free and open to the public unless otherwise stated within the press release.
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- Asia on the Rise: Challenges for Philippine Foreign Relations | A Forum-Exhibit @ UP Asian Center | 17–19 May
East Asian Popular Culture: Philippine Perspectives (edited by Michiyo Yoneno-Reyes, authored by Francesca Aguiluz, Herlyn Gail Alegre, John Rex de Guzman, Rogerick F. Fernandez, Mario Rico Micu Florendo, Marian F. Gongora, Giselle Jimenez, Dorcas Juliette Ramos, and Myrtle Anne Zabala, published by Asian Center, University of the Philippines) at 10:30am, on Saturday, September 7, 2013, at GT-Toyota Asian Cultural Center, University of the Phlippines Diliman.
The book is a compilation of the articles on manga, films, dramas, music of Japan, Korea and China written by young Filipino scholars.The themes of discussion ranges from fandom to gender issues.
The book is available for sale with PhP250.00, while the lunching price is PhP220.00.
For attendance to the book launching, reservation of the book, and inquiry, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org .
Special Lectures on Korea: Its Economy and Culture
Organizer: Korea Foundation in partnership with University of the Philippines Office of Institutional Linkages and the Asian Center
1. Capability-Building as the Essence of the Korean Model of Development by Prof. Keun Lee, Seoul National University, Korea
2. Understanding K-Entertainment: Korean Visual Culture by Prof. Seungkwan No, Hanyang University, Korea
Venue: GT Toyota Asian Cultural Center Auditorium
Date: 5 August 2013
Time: 8am to 12:30pm
Open to the public. Free admission. Pre-registration is required.
H.E. Rahim Mihmanparast
Head of Public Diplomacy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
July 8, 2013 - 10am-12n
GT-Toyota Asian Cultural Center Rm.206-207
Gen. Saighal is presently Executive Director of Eco Monitors Society, an NGO involved in demography and ecology issues. As a respected and former high ranking military official, he has written a number of books on security issues, including Restructuring South Asian Security, Restructuring Pakistan, Dealing with Global Terrorism: The Way Forward and Global Security Paradoxes: 2000-2020.
Ang Araling Pilipino sa Larangang Pambansa at Pandaigdigang Pagbabago
Ika- 28 hanggang 29 ng Mayo 2013
GT Toyota Asian Cultural Center
Unibersidad ng Pilipinas Diliman
Layunin: (a) Upang tasahin ang kabuluhan ng Araling Pilipino sa konteksto ng kasalukuyang pagbabago sa bansa at iba’t-ibang panig ng daigdig; at
(b) Matukoy ang mga kaparaanan sa pagpapahusay ng larangan sa pagtuturo, pananaliksik, paglalathala, paglilingkod sa pamamagitan ng pamamahagi ng kaalaman at iba pang anyo ng pagsusumikap na pang-akademiko.