Upcoming programs

Write About Asia Fall 2018

Program Start Date: Sep 29 2018

Location: Seattle, WA

“Write about Asia” is offered by the East Asia Resource Center in conjunction with the Seattle Asian Art Museum’s Gardner Center for Asian Art and Ideas Saturday University Lecture Series.  Each Saturday (with the exception on November 24), there will be a lecture followed by a writing workshop which will be facilitated by Mary Barber

China 101: China Matters

Program Start Date: Nov 8 2018

Location: Ellensburg, WA

China on world stage

China . . . the word itself conjures up visions of the highest mountains in the world, one-fifth of the world’s population, Mao Zedong and his political and cultural revolutions, Deng Xiaoping and his “second revolution” to modernize China and the outcome (a booming economy and the growing division between the have and have-nots), and China’s evolving

Edo Japan: 1600 to 1868

Program Start Date: Jan 28 2019

Location: Boise, ID

Edo Japan (1600-1868) was the most remarkable period in Japan’s storied history. We will study the arts, social structure, government, economic and religious changes that took place during this era. Details This hybrid seminar will meet both in person at Boise State University and online. Meetings at BSU: Monday, January 28, 2019 Monday, February 4, 2019 Professor Woods will provide

Silk Road: Yesterday and Today

Program Start Date: Jan 30 2019

Location: Everett, WA

An NCTA seminar for middle and high school teachers will be offered in Everett, WA. The Silk Road was not one road but a great network of trade routes, which linked China to Europe and all the lands in between. Products were traded, but ideas and beliefs, techniques and works of art were also transmitted,