EASC New Book Series: Modern Japan
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The USC East Asian Studies Center is excited to present the EASC New Book Series for the 2021-2022 academic year. This series is organized by Benjamin...

10/1/2021 4pm
Virtual Event
EASC New Book Series: Sinophone Studies
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The USC East Asian Studies Center has launched an EASC New Book Series for the wider community. This series focusing on Sinophone Studies is organized by...

10/20/2021 5pm
Virtual Event
Proud to Be Booths
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Come to APASA's table at Tommy from 12-2pm on 3/22 to 3/24 to get some cute prizes and contribute to our Proud to Be board with things that make you proud of...

Tracing Our Creative Origins: A Workshop with Sita Kuratomi Bhaumik
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Presented online. ADMISSION: Admission is free and open to USC students only. RSVP DESCRIPTION: In conjunction with the release event for her book, We...

3/31 5pm
Virtual Event
A Conversation with Tim Chantarangsu
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Join the Asian Pacific American Student Assembly and USC Speakers for a conversation with Tim Chantarangsu in Bovard Auditorium! He will be speaking about...

Dedication of the  Tribute Rock Garden for Nisei Students
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President Carol L. Folt invites you to the dedication of the Tribute Rock Garden for Nisei Students Friday, April 1, 2022 Program 10:00 AM Reception...

Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month Celebration  Kick Off
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Please join President Carol L. Folt together with faculty, staff, students, and community members for a special event celebrating Asian American and Pacific...

Belonging as Survival: Creativity, Activism, and Community
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Presented online. ADMISSION: Admission is free. Reservations required. RSVP DESCRIPTION: What sounds inspire your activism? What flavors do you connect...

4/1 7pm
Virtual Event
Interlinking Past and Present: A Conversation and Reading about Race, Religion, and American Belonging
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While the story of how over 125,000 persons of Japanese ancestry were incarcerated in American internment and concentration camps during WWII has become...

Dr. James Hu
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“Industry and Identity” invites USC API staff, faculty, and alumni to speak about their careers and how their identities have influenced their journeys. On...

Kei Koga - Role of ASEAN in Japan’s “Free and Open Indo-Pacific”
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What role does Japan expect ASEAN to play in the Indo-Pacific? Japan’s “Free and Open Indo-Pacific” (FOIP) vision has drawn a significant international...

4/4 12pm
Virtual Event
Role of ASEAN in Japan's "Free and Open Indo-Pacific" - Talk by Kei Koga
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Monday, April 4, 2022 | 12:00PM - 1:30PM (PT) | Online | Register Role of ASEAN in Japan's "Free and Open Indo-Pacific" - Talk by Kei Koga What role does...

4/4 12pm
Virtual Event
APASA Cultural Art Expo
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A showcase for student performers and artists to share different mediums of art and how they connect to their cultural heritage. Come through for food,...

Intersections: Where Our Identities Meet Passion and Purpose
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Children's Hospital Los Angeles is truly excited to partner with USC’s Asian Pacific Islander Faculty and Staff Association to bring this conversation about...

4/5 5pm
Virtual Event
Impact spring screening
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Impact, USC Annenberg’s award-winning, student-produced documentary series, invites students, faculty and friends to its spring screening. This showcase will...

MADE IN FUKUSHIMA: THE WOODBLOCK PRINTS OF SAITŌ KIYOSHI
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Saitō Kiyoshi’s (1907–1997) keen sense of design, superb technique, and engagement with an variety of appealing themes made him one of the best known and...

Free Second Sunday: Exploring Symbols in Chinese Art
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Explore the newly reimagined Dr. William Lo Chinese Art Gallery and participate in a fun-filled art workshop. Enjoy free admission all day!

Kazan Taiko's 11th Annual Spring Concert: Hibana
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Join Kazan Taiko for an evening of traditional Japanese drum performance! Our members have worked year-round to prepare this showcase and we are excited to...

FG+SC Mirror Mondays
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FG+SC is inviting First-Gen, Transfer, Undocumented, and Former Foster Youth professionals to speak about their experience in higher education and...

Book Talk with Author Robert Hellyer : "Green with Milk and Sugar "
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Today, Americans are some of the world’s biggest consumers of black teas; in Japan, green tea, especially sencha, is preferred. These national partialities,...

Food: The Recipe that Shapes Our Identity and Culture, Trojan Bookshelf 2022
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“Check out” a Trojan Book: real people sharing stories of obstacles & triumph, joy & sadness, wisdom & encouragement. Engage in open dialogue and learn...

APIDA Talks - Combatting Violence
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Come join us for a hybrid student-led conversation on combatting violence. We will be focusing on sexual violence, anti-Asian hate, and the intersections of...

Rossier's Scholars of Color Lecture Series - Speaker: Dr. Kēhaulani Vaughn
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Kēhaulani Vaughn (Kanaka Maoli) is an assistant professor in the Department of Education, Culture, and Society and the Pacific Islands Studies Initiative at...

APASA Night Market
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Join APASA for our annual Night Market in McCarthy Quad with live performances, game booths, sponsored promo items, and prizes! Earn tickets by participating...

Conversation@PAM: The Power and Eccentricity of Balinese Temple Masks
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Conversation@PAM: The Power and Eccentricity of Balinese Temple Masks, will be an online-only event due to unforeseen circumstances and travel...

4/14 6:30pm
Virtual Event