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    Three students from Chile will begin graduate programs at UCLA in summer and fall 2015, courtesy of scholarships provided by the Chilean Comisión Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología.

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    The annual symposium, held alternatively at Peking University and UCLA, attracted over 150 participants and featured many speakers from both universities.

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    The most recent gift of the UCLA alumnus and professor emeritus of surgery brings his total contributions to the Terasaki Center for Japanese Studies to over $6 million.

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    Architect and director of the UCLA Terasaki Center for Japanese Studies Hitoshi Abe is designing new social housing for the Japanese region devastated by the March 2011 tsunami. Instead of utilitarian structures, he seeks to create housing that facilitates community interaction.

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