As part of the UA&P College of Arts and Sciences‘ 30th Founding Anniversary, the Asia-Pacific Studies Department (APS) will hold its annual East Asian Week celebration that aims to promote cross-cultural relations in the world as a result of East Asian influences.

In cooperation with the Enterprise Management Association, the Humanities Department and the Center for Student Affairs, APS invites everyone to the following activities:

 March 25 to April 3
Exhibit: Christianity in East Asia
3rd Floor Lobby

 March 26 (Tuesday)
6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
K-Pop Dance Competition
Li Seng Giap Auditorium

 March 27 (Wednesday)
10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Saranghaeyo: Korean Culinary Adventure
Taking the Taste of Korea to UA&P/Spicy Noodle Challenge
University Student Commons

 March 27 (Wednesday)
1:00 to 3:00 pm
Saranghaeyo: The Way of the Koreano
Learn to Read, Write and Speak Basic Expressions in Korean

 March 27 (Wednesday)
2:00 pm to 4:30 pm
Lecture-demonstration & Workshop
Redefining ‘Collaborators’: Academic and Cultural Exchanges in the Field of Japanese Performance Traditions, Fostering Cultural Diplomacy
Amparo Adelina C. Umali, III, PhD
Li Seng Giap Auditorium

 March 27 to March 30
Video exhibit: East Asian Influences in North America
Study Hall A

 March 30 (Saturday)
12:00 nn to 1:30 pm
“Fiesta: East Asian Cuisine in ASEAN”
(Dishes from key ASEAN countries such as Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Viet Nam will be served). Open to APS classes.
ALB Caf Extension 2.

For inquiries, please email Ms. Winnie Saul at [email protected].