The Chinese New Year Gala will take place on Friday, February 16 from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm in SIPA 125. The show features lion dance, folk music, folk dances, Taichi, Chinese traditional musical instruments, etc.
The highly anticipated event Cool Japan will take place on February 25th from 10am-6pm in the GC Ballrooms. There will be game shows, cosplay contests, Taiko drumming, calligraphy, karaoke, martial arts demonstrations and more!
Join us for a day of cultural activities including children's grames, Japanese crafts to enjoy a nostalgic Japanese festival on Sunday, February 25, 2018 from 10am-6pm in the GC Ballrooms. Click here to view parking registration for non-FIU students.
The annual Southern Japan Seminar (SJS) promotes the research and educational activities of Japan-related scholars in the Southeastern United States. This year’s event will be held in Florida International University’s MMC Campus at the MARC Pavilion on Friday, March 2, 2018.
ASGSO will be doing a fundraiser to raise money to buy graduation gowns for Asian Studies students in need. Drop by and buy a delicious cinnamon roll (or three,I don't judge!) for $3 to help support your fellow students!
This ASGSO workshop will focus on how you can make the papers that you have written publishable.Benefits of publications: Visibility, Credibility, Academic Job Qualification, and Research Experience.Workshop Speaker will be Zenel Garcia,a PhD candidate in the International Relations program at FIU.
The Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) will be visiting FIU on April 12, 2018. The delegation will be led by Dr. Xinping Zhuo, the president of the Chinese Religious Studies Association and member of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress (the Chinese counterpart of Senator). Dr. Zhuo will give a talk titled "Academic Studies Concerning Society and Religion in Contemporary China" in DM 100 from 12:30-1:15 PM. Open to all students.
FIU's NCTA Program invites K- 12 teachers participating
in the Palm Beach County History Institute to submit a Lesson
Plan about the Yamato Colony in relation to the FIVE Colleges
Project called: "Ties that Bind - Connecting the US & East Asia" An innovative collaborative digital mapping project that provides opportunities for users to learn about historical and contemporary people, places, events which connect the United States and East Asia. Click on the flyer for details.
Fall 2018 courses can now be viewed on our website. For questions or concerns about registration or general advising, please make an appointment with an advisor at email@example.com or by phone at 305-348-1914.