Students of Professor Hu Ying share their observations and experiences of Covid-19 with future generations in view of the challenges it presents to their reality of daily living.
Graduate students receive Summer 2020 fellowships
Sara received training from the Division of Teaching Excellence and Innovation in fundamentals of pedagogy and remote learning and is working with EAS faculty to develop high quality remote courses for AY2020-21. Zachary and Adam will complete approximately 70 hours of training that will allow them to conduct contact tracing of COVID-19.
Japanese Tea Time
Today's "tea tasting" is not the so-called "Japanese Traditional Tea Ceremony."
Instead, it is our quite regular "everyday home-style tea time. Japanese people brew "Sen-cha (green tea)" and have some sweet Wagashi (Japanese sweets) along with the tea. A cup of green tea has been loved by the Japanese that is because it not only refreshes us but also is considered as healthy food.
Recently, monks of the Cambodian Buddhist temple of Khemara Buddhikarama in Long Beach were evicted by the temple's own board of directors. Dr. Tinsley adds remarks to this piece covering the ongoing developments, by Anh Do for the LA Times.
All students currently enrolled in a Chinese language class at UCI had the opportunity to participate in this event. The Chinese calligraphy contest aims to promote interest in the study of Chinese language and culture through practice and appreciation of the art of Chinese calligraphy.
The Korean Language Program has been hosting the Annual Korean Essay Contest for 11 years.
Chinese Tea time
Presented by Chinese Instructors Ying Petersen and Jessica Chen.
Tea is part of every Chinese family's daily life. Although the Chinese tea ceremony varies from location to location, and can even vary for differing types of tea, most ceremonies tend to follow a similar pattern involving the same brewing techniques. Many of the steps are simply a way of enjoying the full flavor and aroma.
About the Department
The Department of East Asian Studies 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.