CAS400 students in Burma

ICM to Burma A Learning Experience for CAS400Y Students

May 15, 2015

Students in CAS400Y and ANT447H travelled to Yangon, Burma, in Reading Week 2015 to study the country’s shift to democratization.

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Alice Niu Burma

CAS Student Returns to Burma for Summer Internship

May 8, 2015

Contemporary Asian Studies┬ástudent Alice Niu will be travelling to Burma this summer to serve as the Canadian Embassy’s Summer Political Intern in Yangon. This will be Alice’s second trip to Burma in less than a year; she was one of...

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Asha: A Fundraiser Breakfast for Nepal Earthquake Relief

ASHA: A Fundraiser Breakfast for Nepal Earthquake Relief

May 5, 2015

Join the Asian Institute for a fundraising breakfast on May 13 to aid victims of the Nepal earthquake.

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orbis plane pull

CASSU to Pull Plane for Sight

April 21, 2015

Join CASSU students and AI Director Joshua Barker in pulling a 757 Cargo plane to raise money for Orbis Canada, in an effort to bring vision to millions of people in need.

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the home promised still

Documentary Film The Home Promised Gains CAS Alums Attention Home and Abroad

December 19, 2014

CAS Alumna Betty Xie’s film, The Home Promised, has won the Air Canada Short Film Award and was featured in U of T Magazine.

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Two Women - Glen Chua

Strengthening Urban Climate Change Resilience in Southeast Asia

November 5, 2014

The Asian Institute is proud to host a multimillion dollar partnership on climate resilience research

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Munk School Undergraduate Open House

October 28, 2014

Join us to learn what research and learning opportunities the Munk school of global affairs offers undergraduate students.

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October 3, 2014

The Centre for the Study of Korea is hosting a two-day symposium exploring the continuing ramifications of the Korean War

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Our students on top of Baekdu Mountain

The Asian Institute’s 2014 ICM to the Yanbian Korean Autonomous Prefecture

June 24, 2014

Ten undergraduate students went to South Korea and China for ten days to study Korean identity on both sides of the DPRK’s border. This is their experience.

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A typical mud chulha at a household in rural Tamil Nadu

Cooking Up Clean Technologies: Cook Stove Design, Marketing and Adoption in South India

June 17, 2014

In March 2014 a delegation from UofT went to South India to research a cleaner alternative to the Chulha

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