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Photo for International Institute, centers receive significant
Over the past several months, the African Studies Center, the Asia Pacific Center and the International Institute have received generous gifts to support their operations and programs.

Posted: 4/8/2021


Photo for UCLA receives $2 million gift
The gift will create a program on Taiwan in the World and establish an endowment fund that will help permanently support the Taiwan Studies Program of the Asia Pacific Center.

Posted: 2/16/2021


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The last panel in the webinar series on Indigenous peoples and community-engaged research in Asia Pacific discusses Indigenous rights to land and resources and the legal policies that shape governance today.

Posted: 12/4/2020


Photo for Indigenous sovereignty in storytelling and
The seventh panel in the webinar series "Indigenous Peoples, Heritage and Landscape in the Asia Pacific" navigates the tensions and obstacles in exploring Indigenous knowledge, identity, and empowerment.

Posted: 11/6/2020


Photo for Webinar series aims to redefine
The series focused on indigenous heritage and knowledge in the Asia Pacific interrogates anthropological work through a critical, interdisciplinary lens to push for community engagement and collaboration.

Posted: 9/18/2020


Photo for Shu-mei Shih appointed Edward W.
The professorship is one of many recent career honors bestowed on Shih, who joined the UCLA faculty in 1993.

Posted: 8/7/2020


Photo for Aaron Miller of Asia Pacific
The year-long program helps staff build professional skills and extend their networks across campus.

Posted: 8/6/2020


Photo for Min Zhou honored for contributions
The 2020 Contribution to the Field Award of the Asia and Asian America Section of the American Sociological Association will be conferred on Prof. Zhou during a virtual ceremony this August.

Posted: 5/29/2020


Photo for UCLA Global Classroom community supports
A UCLA alumna and Chinese high school students associated with the UCLA Global Classroom have generously donated facial masks to UCLA.

Posted: 5/20/2020


Photo for Renewing Ifugao history and cultural
A new animated film about a village in Ifugao, Philippines brings together many institutions and local organizations in an effort to invigorate highland archaeology and community engagement.

Posted: 2/21/2020


Photo for A multidisciplinary, transnational approach to
The work of sociologist Jennifer Jihye Chun, a labor scholar, spans both Asian American and Asian Studies.

Posted: 12/4/2019


Photo for Film sheds light on revisionist
Miki Dezaki's directorial debut, “Shusenjo: The Main Battleground of the Comfort Women Issue,” addresses the highly contentious debate in Japan and South Korea about comfort women during World War II.

Posted: 11/4/2019


Photo for Re-interpreting the past behind China
China today is an influential, yet insecure, global powerhouse that can best be understood by studying its institutions, says China historian Klaus Mühlhahn.

Posted: 10/15/2019


Photo for UC-China climate action initiative
“China and California are the second- and fifth-largest economies in the world and their actions on climate change send an important signal to the world about what is possible with concerted effort,” said Alex Wang, UCLA law professor.

Posted: 10/4/2019


Photo for Asia Pacific Center receives $1
Funds from J. Yang and Family Foundation will provide scholarships and bolster research and curriculum development.

Posted: 7/22/2019


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