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College of Arts and Sciences' programs form the core of our curricular activity, but on these pages you will find that student and faculty interest in Asian Studies at Boston College stretches well beyond those boundaries. It includes faculty and staff at each of the schools comprising the University, an active collection of student groups, and a series of international partners and study abroad opportunities. Please use these pages to gather information about the program and its requirements, learn about the research and teaching of our community of scholars, search out the latest listings of our events, and explore Asian topics beyond the campus.
Japanese Speech Presentation
Two BC representatives took part in this activity
This annual Japanese Speech Presentation was held at Northeastern University on Nov. 5. Students who joined this speech come from different universities in the New England Area, including Boston College, Boston University, Brandeis, Harvard, MIT, Northeastern, Tufts, UMass Boston and Wellesley. Two of sixteen participants, Fengshu Yang and Gyungjin Jeon, were BC representatives, and they performed very well during the speech to show their mastery of Japanese language. This event is a great opportunity for our students to learn from others and improve their Japanese speaking skills.
Four out of nine awards at the annual Japanese Language Contest!
We proudly announce that five BC students won awards this year at the annual Japanese Language Contest sponsored by the Consulate General of Japan, Boston for New England’s prestigious colleges, which was held on April 9, 2016.
BC students won four awards at last year’s annual contest. This year BC students’ achievement at the contest was even better. There were submissions from various New England Colleges, such as Brandeis, Brown, Bowdoin, Harvard, Mount Holyoke, Middlebury, Northeastern, Smith, and UMass Amherst.
Out of 45 essay entrances, BC students remarkably won four out of nine awards!
This year’s our award winners are:
Essay Beginner Division: Jiadong Li (Second Place); Soo Jin Choi (Third Place); Essay Intermediate Division: Weijia Shen (Second Place), Essay Advanced Division:
Ji Hye Kang (Third Place); Speech Intermediate Division: Yiwei Wang (Honorable Mention)
Check out our updated course listing for Spring 2017.
Program Director, Asian Studies
Associate Professor of Chinese
Department of Slavic & Eastern Languages and Literatures
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