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EPIC Interns Arrive in Japan

UHM students Kamalolo Koanui-Kong, BA in Hawaiian Language Studies, and Rochelle Ohata, undergraduate student in Japanese, have arrived in Matsuyama and are ready to begin their summer internships at the Ehime Prefectural International Center.  We wish Kamalolo and Rochelle a wonderful summer!

2014 EPIC interns Kamalolo (left) and Rochelle (right) safely arrive in Matsuyama, […]

The “Comfort Women” Debate in Major Japanese Newspapers

On Friday, April 4, 2014, Shunichi Takekawa, Associate Professor in the College of Asia Pacific Studies at Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, elaborated upon the “comfort women” debate among major Japanese newspapers that began in the early 1990s.  Central to this media-political debate are understandings of coercion and the roles of organizations in the recruitment of […]

“LOVE! SPAM”: Tastes and Tales of War, Foreign Occupation, and Luncheon Meat in Post-WWII Okinawa, by Mire Koikari

 

Please join us Friday, April 11th in the Tokioka Room (Moore Hall 319) at 3:00pm for a talk by UHM Women’s Studies Associate Professor Mire Koikari. Professor Koikari will relate the significance of luncheon meat (aka SPAM) in Okinawa and its role as a narrative nexus for Okinawan expression on a variety of […]

UHM Chancellor visits Dr. Sen in Kyoto

Dr. Genshitsu Sen, retired grand tea master, hosted UHM Chancellor Tom Apple at Urasenke on Sunday, March 23, 2014, in Kyoto.  Dr. Sen also welcomed UH Foundation Vice President Lori Admiral, Vice Chancellor for International Programs and SPAS Dean R. Anderson Sutton, and CJS Director Mary McDonald.  Behind the historic Kabutomon gate, the 300-year-old Konnichian […]

Adam Wesely and David Nguyen Receive Monbukagakusho Awards

On Friday, March 28, Consul General of Japan in Honolulu Toyoei Shigeeda presented Monbukagakusho research scholarships to two UHM graduate students.  From April 2014 Adam Wesely, in East Asian Languages and Literatures, will study late 19th century literature about Hokkaido at Hokkaido University.  David Nguyen, in Urban and Regional Planning, will research disaster mitigation and […]