Upcoming Events

Taiwanese Student Association Night Market

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Location: LaFortune Ballroom

Tsa Night Market Flyer

TSA's 2nd Annual Night Market is an event that showcases various Asian cultures (co-hosted by AAA, CCS, FASO, J-Club, KSA, and VSA) through food and games; catering from Ichiban Golden Dragon is also provided. Sponsored by the Liu Institute for Asia and Asian Studies and the McDonald Center of Student Well-Being, the event provides 2 FREE tickets for all students. Additional tickets can be purchased at $5 for 5 tickets; each ticket will be used for one booth.…

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Film Showing: Silence (2016)

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Location: Browning Cinema

Silence

Martin Scorsese has been working since 1990 to film Shusaku Endo’s 1966 Silence. Freed from production hell, Scorsese started filming two years ago and, after a long editing process, opened the film at the Vatican this November. Silence sees two 17th-century Portuguese Jesuit priests (Andrew Garfield and Mishawaka-native Adam Driver) travel to Japan after rumors swirl that their mentor (Liam Neeson) has committed apostasy while on his mission to convert the Japanese to Catholicism. Arriving in Japan, the Portuguese priests seek their mentor and encounter a warm welcome from underground Christians but brutal violence from the Japanese ruling class, which forces painful questions regarding their faith commitment. …

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Film Showing: Silence (2016)

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Location: Browning Cinema

Silence

Martin Scorsese has been working since 1990 to film Shusaku Endo’s 1966 Silence. Freed from production hell, Scorsese started filming two years ago and, after a long editing process, opened the film at the Vatican this November. Silence sees two 17th-century Portuguese Jesuit priests (Andrew Garfield and Mishawaka-native Adam Driver) travel to Japan after rumors swirl that their mentor (Liam Neeson) has committed apostasy while on his mission to convert the Japanese to Catholicism. Arriving in Japan, the Portuguese priests seek their mentor and encounter a warm welcome from underground Christians but brutal violence from the Japanese ruling class, which forces painful questions regarding their faith commitment. …

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Film Showing: Silence (2016)

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Location: Browning Cinema

Silence

Martin Scorsese has been working since 1990 to film Shusaku Endo’s 1966 Silence. Freed from production hell, Scorsese started filming two years ago and, after a long editing process, opened the film at the Vatican this November. Silence sees two 17th-century Portuguese Jesuit priests (Andrew Garfield and Mishawaka-native Adam Driver) travel to Japan after rumors swirl that their mentor (Liam Neeson) has committed apostasy while on his mission to convert the Japanese to Catholicism. Arriving in Japan, the Portuguese priests seek their mentor and encounter a warm welcome from underground Christians but brutal violence from the Japanese ruling class, which forces painful questions regarding their faith commitment. …

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Film Showing: Silence (2016)

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Location: Browning Cinema

Silence

Martin Scorsese has been working since 1990 to film Shusaku Endo’s 1966 Silence. Freed from production hell, Scorsese started filming two years ago and, after a long editing process, opened the film at the Vatican this November. Silence sees two 17th-century Portuguese Jesuit priests (Andrew Garfield and Mishawaka-native Adam Driver) travel to Japan after rumors swirl that their mentor (Liam Neeson) has committed apostasy while on his mission to convert the Japanese to Catholicism. Arriving in Japan, the Portuguese priests seek their mentor and encounter a warm welcome from underground Christians but brutal violence from the Japanese ruling class, which forces painful questions regarding their faith commitment. …

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Film Showing: Silence (2016)

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Location: Browning Cinema

Silence

Martin Scorsese has been working since 1990 to film Shusaku Endo’s 1966 Silence. Freed from production hell, Scorsese started filming two years ago and, after a long editing process, opened the film at the Vatican this November. Silence sees two 17th-century Portuguese Jesuit priests (Andrew Garfield and Mishawaka-native Adam Driver) travel to Japan after rumors swirl that their mentor (Liam Neeson) has committed apostasy while on his mission to convert the Japanese to Catholicism. Arriving in Japan, the Portuguese priests seek their mentor and encounter a warm welcome from underground Christians but brutal violence from the Japanese ruling class, which forces painful questions regarding their faith commitment. …

Read More

Film Showing: Silence (2016)

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Location: Browning Cinema

Silence

Martin Scorsese has been working since 1990 to film Shusaku Endo’s 1966 Silence. Freed from production hell, Scorsese started filming two years ago and, after a long editing process, opened the film at the Vatican this November. Silence sees two 17th-century Portuguese Jesuit priests (Andrew Garfield and Mishawaka-native Adam Driver) travel to Japan after rumors swirl that their mentor (Liam Neeson) has committed apostasy while on his mission to convert the Japanese to Catholicism. Arriving in Japan, the Portuguese priests seek their mentor and encounter a warm welcome from underground Christians but brutal violence from the Japanese ruling class, which forces painful questions regarding their faith commitment. …

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Chinese Martial Arts Open Class: Tai Chi - Pushing Hands

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Location: Rolfs Activity Room 1

Dr. Zhanguo Peng is an associate professor from the Institute of Chinese Philosophy at Lanzhou University, China. As the 7th generation of descendant of Yang style Tai Chi Chuan, he has practiced Tai Chi for over 20 years and is especially skilled in Pushing Hands. In 2007, he won the championship of Pushing Hands Competition in Gansu province, China. He was awarded Band Six of Chinese Martial Arts and is currently the judge and the guide for the Chinese Martial Arts Association. …

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Leadership of Chinese Private Enterprises

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Location: 202 McKenna Hall

Chen Xiao Ping

In this talk, Xiao-ping Chen will first provide a brief review of the history of Chinese private businesses and the hostile business environment in which the business leaders operate, struggle, survive, and succeed. Chen will then describe the 13 business leaders we interviewed, and the insights we gained through the content analyses of the interviews. Finally Chen  will share the concentric leadership model we proposed, which explains the main reasons behind each of the 13 successful stories.…

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Chinese Martial Arts Open Class: Tai Chi - Pushing Hands

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Location: Rolfs Activity Room 1

Dr. Zhanguo Peng is an associate professor from the Institute of Chinese Philosophy at Lanzhou University, China. As the 7th generation of descendant of Yang style Tai Chi Chuan, he has practiced Tai Chi for over 20 years and is especially skilled in Pushing Hands. In 2007, he won the championship of Pushing Hands Competition in Gansu province, China. He was awarded Band Six of Chinese Martial Arts and is currently the judge and the guide for the Chinese Martial Arts Association. …

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Chinese Martial Arts Open Class: Tai Chi - Pushing Hands

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Location: Rolfs Activity Room 1

Dr. Zhanguo Peng is an associate professor from the Institute of Chinese Philosophy at Lanzhou University, China. As the 7th generation of descendant of Yang style Tai Chi Chuan, he has practiced Tai Chi for over 20 years and is especially skilled in Pushing Hands. In 2007, he won the championship of Pushing Hands Competition in Gansu province, China. He was awarded Band Six of Chinese Martial Arts and is currently the judge and the guide for the Chinese Martial Arts Association. …

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Sakura Matsuri Cherry Blossom Festival

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Location: Hesburgh Center Auditorium

The Japanese Department at Notre Dame will hosttheir annual Cherry Blossom Festival, the Sakura Matsuri, on Sunday, April 23. All levels of Japanese classes will come together to celebrate both Japanese Culture and the coming of spring, with various performances that showcase Notre Dame students’ talents with Japanese language and culture in the form of skits, music, and dancing.…

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Chinese Martial Arts Open Class: Tai Chi - Pushing Hands

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Location: Rolfs Activity Room 1

Dr. Zhanguo Peng is an associate professor from the Institute of Chinese Philosophy at Lanzhou University, China. As the 7th generation of descendant of Yang style Tai Chi Chuan, he has practiced Tai Chi for over 20 years and is especially skilled in Pushing Hands. In 2007, he won the championship of Pushing Hands Competition in Gansu province, China. He was awarded Band Six of Chinese Martial Arts and is currently the judge and the guide for the Chinese Martial Arts Association. …

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2017 Midwest Conference on Asian Affairs

Location: University of Notre Dame

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The Liu Institute for Asia and Asian Studies is pleased to host the 66th Annual Meeting of the Midwest Conference on Asian Affairs at the University of Notre Dame, September 15–16, 2017. The MCAA seeks to promote Asian studies both at the university and the secondary and primary levels, and particularly to encourage scholarly interchange between Asianists located in the Midwest, though scholars from all regions are invited to participate.…

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2017 Midwest Conference on Asian Affairs

Location: University of Notre Dame

Mcaawebbanner2

The Liu Institute for Asia and Asian Studies is pleased to host the 66th Annual Meeting of the Midwest Conference on Asian Affairs at the University of Notre Dame, September 15–16, 2017. The MCAA seeks to promote Asian studies both at the university and the secondary and primary levels, and particularly to encourage scholarly interchange between Asianists located in the Midwest, though scholars from all regions are invited to participate.…

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2017 Midwest Conference on Asian Affairs

Location: University of Notre Dame

Mcaawebbanner2

The Liu Institute for Asia and Asian Studies is pleased to host the 66th Annual Meeting of the Midwest Conference on Asian Affairs at the University of Notre Dame, September 15–16, 2017. The MCAA seeks to promote Asian studies both at the university and the secondary and primary levels, and particularly to encourage scholarly interchange between Asianists located in the Midwest, though scholars from all regions are invited to participate.…

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