Students from the 2015-2017 Advanced Chinese Language and Culture Program (aka Midwest US-China Flagship Program) were invited by the Chinese Consulate General of the People’s Republic of China in New York City to attend the “Sino-US People-to-People Exchange Day” on November 13th, 20
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On March 11, 2015, Professor Mari Noda, Associate Director of NEALRC, presented a talk entitled “Kimono: Blending Different Cultures with a Japanese Tradition.” The kimono has been worn by men and women in Japan for over 1300 years.
Summer programs designed by the NEALRC faculty and staff are providing research and development opportunities for OSU graduate students.
Our poetry book, In the Tree, featuring poems by Kim Hyung-Young and edited by Prof. Chan Park, had the honor of contributing to the OSU Chadwick Arboretum & Learning Gardens (CA&LG) annual Arbor Day Event, called "A Celebration of Trees."
NEALRC is pleased to announce the second print of Volume 11 of the Pathways to Advance Skills series, entitled Performed Culture An Approach to East Asian Language Pedagogy by Matthew Christensen and Paul Warnick.
"This is an important topic and one that is very timely given the nature of the research questions that have been explored. Anyone who wants to understand where Chinese education is headed should read this book.