Providing leadership, coordination and support for East Asian studies at the University of Southern California.

Welcome Back!

Welcome back, EASC community! We hope you had an enjoyable summer and are refreshed for the start of the new academic year. This summer, EASC sent another two groups of undergraduate students to China and Japan on our Global East Asia study-abroad program. Each cohort blogged about their amazing research and travel experiences so please check it out here: China and Japan

Upcoming Event: EASC Taiwanese Documentary Series

The third and last installment of this three-part series will take place on Wednesday, September 16 at 2:00pm-10:00pm. It will screen three films on the topic of politics. The feature film, Sunflower Occupation, documents the historic Sunflower Movement that saw hundreds of thousands of students flooding the streets of Taipei and eventually occupying the national parliamentary building. The filmmakers of all three documentaries will be present for live Q&A with the audience. Admission is FREE.     FLYER WEBPAGE | RSVP

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Please encourage others to sign up for our weekly eNewsletter for information on events, funding and job opportunities, news and more throughout the year. For those who are new to our mailing list, check out our East Asia Events Around USC & LA CalendarOther Funding CalendarVideosand eNewsletter archive. We also invite you to follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook.


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The EASC Video offers a concise look at EASC and its activities.

What impact do we have on the community? Take a look at the EASC Fact Sheet and find out!

Be sure to visit our upcoming events page to see all of the events organized and co-sponsored by EASC this semester!

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In the August 24, 2015 issue:

>Welcome Back
>Upcoming Event: EASC Taiwanese Documentary
>Follow EASC
>Job Opportunities
>Events Around USC


USC's East Asian Library displays global acts of goodwill
June 15, 2015
An exhibition in USC’s East Asian Library highlights the work of Peace Corps volunteers around the world, focusing on their presence in Korea over recent decades.

Meet the Fabulous Fulbrights
June 8, 2015
USC has been recognized as being among the top 40 research institutinos in the United States to cultivate Fulbright Student Grant recipients.

On the Banks of the Yalu River
June 1, 2015
EAAS Alumni Kaitlin Solimine reflects on her relationship with China over the span of two decades.

Wild for Movies
June 1, 2015
USC Dornsife professors Stanley Rosen and Brian Bernards explain what it will take for the U.S. film industry to break into China's notoriously complicated movie market.

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