[Blueboard] Second Asian Studies Student Conference

Japanese Studies Program japanese at admu.edu.ph
Tue Feb 22 11:45:55 PHT 2005


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The Ateneo Center for Asian Studies (ACAS) cordially invites you 

Ateneo de Manila University & University of Asia and the Pacific
2nd Student Conference on Asian Studies

February 23, 2005, Wednesday
Social Sciences Conference Rooms 1 & 2
9:00 am - 5:00 pm



                  Conflict, Solidarity and Transformation:
       Dynamism and Patterns of Interaction in Asia and the Pacific


9:00 - 9:30	Opening Ceremonies
			    Registration
                            Invocation
			    Opening Remarks

9:30 - 10:30am	Panel 1: Intra-national Transformations in Urban
                         Development

			The Politics of Postal Reform in Japan
			Jera Beah H. Lego
			Japanese Studies Program,
                        Ateneo de Manila University

			Educational Policies in Japan and the Philippines
			Jenina Rosa J. de Dios
			Japanese Studies Program,
                        Ateneo de Manila University

                        Computerization for Efficient Public Service: A
                         Proposal for the Pasig City Local Government Unit
                        Cimberly Gayle J. Wee
                        School of Economics,
                        University of Asia & the Pacific


10:30 - 12:00nn Panel 2: Conflicting Perspectives, Conflicting Relations

			The Australian Legend in its Portrayal of
                         Australian Society
			Cheryl Stephanie K. Ty in collaboration with
                        Zyra Marie D. Rayos del Sol
                        School of Economics,
                        University of Asia & the Pacific

			The Problems of the US Bases in Okinawa
			Paul S. Simbulan
			Japanese Studies Program,
                        Ateneo de Manila University

			The Cross-Straits Conflict: China and Taiwan,
                         Intra-state and Inter-state Considerations
			Krystal Lyn T. Uy, in collaboration with
                        John Paul T. Lim
			Department of Political Science,
                        Ateneo de Manila University

                        The Korean War
                        Daniel Rafael B. Dilig
			Department of Information Systems and Computer
                        Sciences, Ateneo de Manila University


12:00nn - 1:00pm		LUNCH BREAK



1:00 - 2:30pm	Panel 3: Colonial Vestiges in Contemporary National
                         Institutions

			The Influence of France in Indochina
			Bianca Angelica Pia Therese D. Anonas,
                        Bianca Chloe S. Tabotabo and Seifred I. Loro
			Department of History, Ateneo de Manila University

			British Influence on Malaya and Burma
			Christine Avelina C. Herrin and Edzon Cristian C.
                         Lauang
			Department of History, Ateneo de Manila University

			The Birth of the Dutch East Indies and its Impact
                         towards Modern Indonesia
			Kristine Michelle L. Santos and Kipp Morrisson S.
                         Martinez
			Department of History, Ateneo de Manila University
                        Education during the American Period
			Heidi Brigid G. de Vera
			Department of Information Systems and Computer
                         Sciences, Ateneo de Manila University

2:30 - 3:30pm	Panel 4: National-International, Global-Local Dialectics

			Japanese Cultural Influences in Northeast Asia
			Guillaume Laurent Lambert
			Ateneo de Manila University

			Chinese Influences in Filipino Food and Cuisine
			Clarissa O. Chikiamco and Christine Joy S. Sy
			Fine Arts Program and Department of Information
                         Systems and Computer Science,
                        Ateneo de Manila University

			Ukiyo-e, Manga and the Philippine Komiks
			Katherine G. Lacson
			Department of History, Ateneo de Manila University

                        The Body, Corporeality, Identity and the State:
                         Reflections on the Effects of Computer-Mediated
                         Interactive Communications Technology (CMICT) in
                         the Philippines
                        Tricia Abigail S. Fermin
                        Department of Sociology & Anthropology,
                        Ateneo de Manila University

3:30 - 3:40pm		          BREAK

3:40 - 4:30pm	Panel 5: State and Citizenry Relations in Development
                         Issues

                        Democratization in Southeast Asia
                        Teodoro Gil C. Virrey
			Department of Political Sciences,
                        Ateneo de Manila University

                        The Development Capabilities of the Garments and
                         Textiles Exportation Board
                        Maria Concepcion B. Rapisora
                        Institute of Political Economy,
                        University of Asia & the Pacific

                        Civil Society in Singapore
			Maria Andrea M. Soco
			Department of Sociology,
                        National University of Singapore

4:30 - 5:00pm			Closing Ceremony



Karl Ian Cheng-Chua
Master of Ceremonies



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