Outreach at the East Asia Center
Through collaboration with a wide variety of departments and programs on campus, as well as a number of Seattle organizations, the East Asia Center has offered outreach events and programs to the public continuously since 1964. Our K-12 outreach program, which is directed by the East Asia Resource Center, is recognized as a leader on the local, regional, and national levels. In addition to serving K-12 teachers, the Center also puts on and co-sponsors events geared towards post-secondary educators, government workers, the business community, the legal community, and the general public.
The East Asia Center puts on several events a year that are geared towards the general public.
- EAC Events introduces the upcoming events the East Asia Center hosts or sponsors for the public.
These links are resources linked to other departments open to the general public.
- The Tateuchi East Asia Library houses nearly 554,000 volumes of East Asia related publications in Chinese, Japanese, Korean, English, and other Western languages.
The East Asia Center has launched a number of initiatives in order to better serve colleagues at public and private post secondary institutions in the Pacific Northwest and throughout the nation. In addition to the resources available to the general public, activities and resources at present include the following:
- Colloquia offered throughout the year on East Asia, China, Korea, and Japan (For more information, please visit the events page).
- Conferences held annually on a range of topics covering a variety of disciplines.