Conference at UCI to screen the Korean movie, Boomerang Family
LA Korean bookstore hosted an event on the publishing of Kyung Hyun’s novel, In Search of Lost G. Sunyoung Park, an Associate Professor of Korean Literature at USC, moderated the Q&A part of the event.
A summer snack in Japan: warabi mochi with chilled mugi tea.
Mr. Sakatani came to speak about World War II and his experiences as a young teen in the internment camp at Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
The dragon is housed off-season at Wa Rasse Nebuta Museum, Aomori, Japan.
A banner reads “Renewing Japan!”. Nakagami Kenji visits the shrine in his 1977 travel narrative Kishū: Country of Trees, Roots of Narrative.
The Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures at UCI brings both theoretical sophistication and scholarly rigor to the study of the literatures and cultures of East Asia.The department focuses on China, Korea, and Japan but also stresses the larger regional and global dynamics of transformation in which these cultures participate.
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