Participants talked about local and national actions but also what can be done at BU in the classroom and at the institutional level to address this pressing issue.
June Park discussed her research, which offers a policy framework that emphasized public-private partnerships to deal with COVID-19.
This event series will examine the economic, social, political, and security impacts of China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).
The Center for the Study of Asia celebrated the start of another academic year with their annual fall reception.
The Center for the Study of Europe and Center for the Study of Asia hosted the symposium entitled “By Land and By Sea: China’s Belt and Road in Europe.”
The Center for the Study of Asia hosted Amb. Joseph DeTrani for a talk on North Korea’s nuclear diplomacy.
The annual fall reception featured an evening of food, music, conversation as the Center for the Study of Asia celebrated the start of another academic year.
This marks the third renewal of the partnership between the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Boston and the Center for the Study of Asia.
The Beyond the Headlines series continued with a discussion on the current tensions on the Korean peninsula.
The event, which was organized in collaboration with the student group ASIABU, was filled with food, fun, and a dance performance.
The Center for the Study of Asia (BUCSA) hosted their annual Spring Reception at 121 Bay State Road.
The Center for the Study of Asia hosted the seminar, which focused on the theme “World is Coming: The Media Machine.”
Prof. Eric Helleiner was hosted by the Global Economic Governance Initiative and the Center for the Study of Asia.
The event, which was organized in collaboration with the student group Asian Studies Initiative at Boston University (ASIABU), was filled with food, fun, and classical Chinese dancing.
Prof. Kevin Gallagher discussed the potential for Chinese development banks to be a leader in the field of green finance.
The forum featured leaders from India, South Korea, Taiwan and Japan.
Professors Yeh and Micallef discussed the cultural impacts of the Silk Road.
An event held at the Pardee School detailed the facts, myths, and history of the samurai – the storied warriors of feudal Japan.
Pardee School centers came together to present an event examining courtship among Muslim Javanese youth.
The Division of Regional Studies organized an event where Pardee School faculty examimed the ethical implications of combatting climate change.