Cultural Event

Reading with Kim Junghyuk (11/29)

Join the students of CAS LK 460 and the South Korean author Kim Junghyuk for a reading event! This is a culture pass event. When: November 29, 2023 from 5-7pm Where: 745 Commonwealth, Ave Boston, MA. STH B24

Korean Heritage Symposium

Join the Korean Cultural Society of Boston in the 2023 Korean Heritage Symposium! Hosted every first Thursday from March-June from 7:30-8:30 PM(ET). Meetings are held via Zoom and Live Streaming on KCSB Facebook. To register for a zoom session and for more information, visit

Asian American Film Forum (04/10)

With the historical wins for Asian Americans at the Oscars, Department of World Languages and Literatures is launching the BU Asian American Film Forum on April 10, 2023. At this inaugural film forum, we will be screening “Everything Everywhere All at Once” and opening up for students to discuss the film. Prior to this discussion, Prof. Petrus […]

Along the River during the Qingming Festival Newsletter

The Chinese Language Program arranged a cultural event on February 23rd, 2023 to showcase the renowned Chinese painting, Along the River during the Qingming Festival.   During the event, students had the opportunity to view a reproduction of the 37.8 feet long painting and thoroughly examine its intricacies. Through the painting, students gained a glimpse […]

Chinese New Year Celebration Fair Newsletter

On February 8th 2023, BU Chinese Program partnered with Global House Chinese cluster to host an in-person Chinese New Year Celebration Fair. This is the first in person CNY celebration after Covid-19.    The event theme this year, according to the event coordinator Liling Huang, is to experience the activities locals do in traditional CNY. […]

Fall 2022 Japanese Events Recap

Fall 2022 Japanese Events Recap   The Japanese program offered and participated in various events during  Fall 2022. Here is a recap of some of the events.   21st Japanese Speech Presentation, 11/21 This annual event took place at Boston College this year. Students who studied Japanese around the Boston area got together and presented […]