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Moving Forward

Moving Forward: Issues in Canada-China Relations

January 29, 2016

The Asian Institute has partnered with CORN to publish policy recommendations by fifteen academics from eight Canadian universities on how to move forward Canada’s relations with China. The book will be launched at a public seminar on February 4, 2016.

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global careers through Asia

Global Careers through Asia Conference – Jan 29

January 15, 2016

This conference aims to get U of T students thinking about how to plan for a global career in the twenty-first century, in a world that is no longer rooted in the west.

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Ritu Birla

AI Welcomes Ritu Birla as Richard Charles Lee Director

January 15, 2016

Professor Birla has been appointed first holder of the Richard Charles Lee Directorship of the Asian Institute, beginning January 1, 2016.

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tsering yangzom

Recent MAPS Grad Tsering Yangzom in the Toronto Star: Canada ‘like heaven’ for Tibetan refugee

January 11, 2016

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photo by Man Yin Tsang

Call for Submissions – Imaging the Asia-Pacific Photo Contest 2015-16

December 16, 2015

The fourth annual photo contest will accept submissions until January 25, 2016.

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Willie Ah Poy

Vivienne Poy on family history, transnational identity, and migrant stories

November 25, 2015

MAPS student David Tobiasz interviewed The Honourable Dr. Vivienne Poy on her latest book. Read the interview and watch the video of her presentation at the Asian Institute from November 27.

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University of Toronto Alumni Portrait: Betty Xie, Director and Film-Maker

November 17, 2015

Asia-Pacific Studies alumna Betty Xie will serve as a panelist at the Asian Institute’s Global Careers through Asia conference on January 29, 2016.

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Moving Forward: 45 Years of Canada-China Relations

CORN’s New Project: “Moving Forward”

November 10, 2015

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photo by Tong Lam

Big Ideas Competition Invites Students to Make a Difference

November 9, 2015

Through a series of workshops, a project proposal, and a pitch competition, students will compete for prize money to implement their creative, social entrepreneurial, or innovative project in Asia.

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CAS students in Myanmar

In Myanmar, U of T undergrads gain perspective on peace-building

October 26, 2015

International Course Module Program gives students global learning experience

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