Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Online exhibition "Korean Independence Movement," 3/1/1919

The following message was originally posted on the eastlib listserv by Sachie Noguchi on March 29, 2010:

Some of you may be interested in the following online exhibition "Korean Independence Movement," 3/1/1919, which was launched by the Burke Library at Union Theological Seminary.

The exhibition Web address is:
http://www.columbia.edu/cgi-bin/cul/resolve?clio7688161 .

The press release of this exhibition is available from:

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

2010 EAS Speaker Series: Kobayashi, History Dostoevsky

The East Asian Studies Department of the University of Toronto is glad to present the following lecture as part of its 2010 EAS Speaker Series:

Kobayashi, History, Dostoevsky

Hosea Hirata,
Professor of Japanese Literature and Chair
Dept. of German, Russian & Asian Languages and Literatures
Tufts University

2:30pm, Friday, March 19

Purple Lounge, 14th Fl. Robarts Library, Department of East Asian Studies

Monday, March 15, 2010

CCTV Documentary on History and Arts of Dunhuang (敦煌)

"Dunhuang (敦煌)", a 10-episode TV documentary produced by China Central Television (CCTV), traces the remarkable history of Dunhuang, an ancient oasis town on the verge of the Gobi desert in western China, and the magnificent sculptures, murals and manuscripts found there.

The documentary (scripts in Chinese, with Chinese substitles)can now be viewed online.

More information about the CCTV project can be found at http://jilu.cctv.com/special/dunhuang/1/index.shtml .