[Blueboard] REDISCOVERING THE ASIAN SELF: AN ASIAN AWARENESS WEEK

Ateneo Center for Asian Studies acas at admu.edu.ph
Fri Feb 7 11:55:39 PHT 2003


With the cooperation of ASIAN HISTORY classes, JAPANESE FILM class 

and HISTORY AND CULTURE IN CHINESE FILMS class, 

the ATENEO CENTER FOR ASIAN STUDIES (ACAS)

is pleased to present a program of activities next week, 
10-14 February 2003, for its project entitled 

"REDISCOVERING THE ASIAN SELF: AN ASIAN AWARENESS WEEK."


The Ateneo Center for Asian Studies wishes to acknowledge the organizing 
effort of Ms. Johanna Zulueta and the Ateneo-Lingua Ars Cultura for this 
project.

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REDISCOVERING THE ASIAN SELF: AN ASIAN AWARENESS WEEK
10-14 February 2003

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MONDAY, 10 FEBRUARY 2003
	
FILM SHOWING

	9:30-11:10 	Social Sciences AVR
	CHILDREN OF HEAVEN (Iran)
            
	11:20-1:10  	Social Sciences AVR 
	A MAN CALLED HERO (Hong Kong)
            
	1:20-3:00 	Social Sciences AVR 
	MERPATI TAK PERNAH (Indonesia)

LECTURE

	2:30-4:00 	Social Sciences Conference Rooms 3 and 4 
	ZEN IN SPA AND GEISHAS IN RESTAURANTS
	by Mr. Tito Valiente, Japanese Studies Program

Study-in-Asia Fair and Students' Exhibit: Social Sciences Foyer


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TUESDAY, 11 FEBRUARY 2003
	
FILM SHOWING: 

	4:30-7:30 	SEC Escaler Hall
	THE SOONG SISTERS (China) 
	[in conjunction with Bro. Aristotle Dy's Chinese film class]  

LECTURE: 

	3:00-4:30 	Social Sciences Conference Rooms 1 and 2 
	THE PLAIN AND THE INTRICATE: A CLOSER LOOK AT JAPANESE PAPER FOLDING 
	by Sr. Isabel Kato, C.C.V., Japanese Studies Program, 
	with Ms. Nota Magno, Department of Sociology and Anthropology

Study-in-Asia Fair and Students' Exhibit: SS Foyer


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WEDNESDAY, 12 FEBRUARY 2003
	
FILM SHOWING: 

	11:30-1:30 	Social Sciences AVR
	CHICKEN RICE WAR (Singapore)
            
	10:30-12:30 	SEC Escaler Hall 
	EARTH (India)
                           
	1:00-3:00 	SEC Escaler Hall
	GRAVE OF THE FIREFLIES (Hotaru no Haka) (Japan) 

LECTURE: 

	9:30-11:00 	Social Sciences AVR
	THE MANY FACES OF ISLAM IN SOUTHEAST ASIA 
	by Mr. Gerard Rixhon, Department of Sociology and Anthropology
	Study-in-Asia Fair and Students' Exhibit: Social Sciences Foyer

History 16 Students' Presentations: 
	8:30-9:30, CTC 102		Chinese Matchmaking
                                                          	
	9:30-11:00, SEC C Foyer		Sun Tzu: The Art of War
                                  
      	3:00-4:00, CTC Rooftop		Famous Chinese Personalities 


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THURSDAY, 13 FEBRUARY 2003
	
FILM SHOWING: 

	4:30-7:30 	Faura AVR
       	IRON LADIES (Thailand)


LECTURES: 

	3:00-4:30 	Social Sciences Conference Rooms 1 and 2 
	KOTO: A JAPANESE TRADITIONAL MUSICAL INSTRUMENT 
	by Dr. Hiroko Nagai-Yabut and Ms. Elizabeth Alverio, 
	Japanese Studies Program
            
	3:00-4:30 	Social Sciences Conference Rooms 3 and 4 
	CHINA: BEHIND AN ECONOMIC MIRACLE 
	by Prof. Xiao Xingzheng, Xiamen University, P.R. China

Study-in-Asia Fair and Students' Exhibit: SS Foyer

History 16 Students' Presentations: 
	3:30-4:30 CTC Rooftop		Chinese Superstitions and Beliefs


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FRIDAY, 14 FEBRUARY 2003
	
FILM SHOWING: 

	2:30-5:00 	Escaler Hall
	DARK WATER (Japan) 
	[in conjunction with Ms. Johanna Zulueta's Japanese film class]


Anak-Anak Asya: An Asian Food Festival: 4:30-7:00 SEC Foyer C


Study-in-Asia Fair and Students' Exhibit: SS Foyer


History 16 Students' Presentations: 
	8:30-9:30 	Chinese Legends
        9:30-11:00 	Colayco Ampitheatre, Chinese Funerals

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