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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

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The work of sociologist Jennifer Jihye Chun, a labor scholar, spans both Asian American and Asian Studies.

Posted: 12/4/2019

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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

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Funds from J. Yang and Family Foundation will provide scholarships and bolster research and curriculum development.

Posted: 7/22/2019

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Higher education leaders from across the Pacific Rim addressed migration, diversity and climate change at the 23rd APRU Annual Presidents' Meeting.

Posted: 7/9/2019

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At the March 2019 annual meeting of the American Comparative Literature Association, Professor Shu-mei Shih was elected to association's Board of Directors as president-elect.

Posted: 4/15/2019

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Jackson Yang: “We greatly appreciate the opportunity to partner with UCLA to sustain scholarly research and teaching on Taiwan.”

Posted: 11/26/2018

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Chinese and Indian immigrants account for two of the largest entrepreneur groups in the United States. These two groups often hold higher levels of education and run more successful businesses than their American-born counterparts, said scholars at a recent APC-CISA symposium.

Posted: 10/30/2018

Photo for Min Zhou comes full circle
Min Zhou became a sociologist and scholar of Asian America by happenstance, her life coming to mirror the subject of her scholarly research. The Asia Pacific Center director's current projects bring a transnational perspective to bear on her lifelong interest in migration studies and Asian diasporic communities.

Posted: 10/8/2018

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Tatiana Sulovska, a former law student, viewed her acceptance into the International Institute's East Asian Studies M.A. Program as a chance to center her career on her passion: Japanese history.

Posted: 6/20/2018

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The UCLA sociologist's latest book, "The Asian American Achievement Paradox," co-authored with Jennifer Lee, received an honorable mention from the fourth section of the American Sociological Association to recognize the work.

Posted: 6/19/2018

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UCLA alumnus John Long is a successful businessman, Asian American community leader and philanthropist. One of his latest projects, the Global Chinese Philanthropy Initiative, works closely with the UCLA Asia Pacific Center. The two organizations are co-organizing a forum at Tsinghua University in late June.

Posted: 6/19/2018

Photo for Researching renewable energy in Jakarta
Sean Kennedy (UCLA 2018 Ph.D.) credits his success to support he received from both the Center for Southeast Asian Studies and the Asia Pacific Center, including four FLAS grants to study Indonesian.

Posted: 6/7/2018

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