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Re:locations: Journal of the Asia-Pacific World Call for Submissions

February 11, 2015

On a rolling basis throughout the year, the Re:locations academic forum invites quality submissions from both graduate and undergraduate students

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Your Guide to Understanding the Hong Kong Protests

February 10, 2015

Undergraduate student Yasmine Kerfi writes on the Hong Kong Protests for The Foreign Observer.

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ICM to Burma Fundraisers

February 5, 2015

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Afterlives of the Korean War Symposium: Explorations of a Forgotten War

November 13, 2014

Third-year student Fatin Tawfig attended every part of the Centre for the Study of Korea’s recent symposium: read about her experience here.

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Born in Canada and feeling Chinese

August 29, 2014

I speak Dim Sum: chao shao bao.  My Chinese vocabulary is limited to two things: food and ping yin (the Latin of Chinese language).  But my physical appearance states otherwise: dark hair, brown Asian eyes and a modest 5’2” frame....

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2013–14 ICM Series Part 2: Fundraising

March 24, 2014

Hi, I’m Hormuz Dadabhoy, a fourth-year student studying Contemporary Asian Studies and Environmental Studies. You may have read my classmate Melissa Pallarca’s blog post on writing the proposal for CAS400Y’s ICM to the Chinese/ North Korean border and Seoul set...

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2013–14 ICM Series Part 1: Putting Together a Proposal

February 26, 2014

Hi there! My name is Melissa Pallarca, and I am a fourth year student at U of T, specializing in Political Science with a minor in Asia-Pacific Studies. I worked with my classmates Hormuz Dadabhoy and David Wang to put...

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Night Markets: The Cultural Melting Pot

August 29, 2013

Author and professor Shelly Rigger wrote “America is boring at night” in her book titled “Why Taiwan Matters: Small Island, Global Powerhouse.” Why? Well, for one thing, night markets never flourished in America. Those who have had the fortune of...

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Falling in Love with Mumbai

August 29, 2013

Mumbai is a city of paradoxes, of dreams – a city that envelops a visitor completely, entering into one’s bones and into one’s mind. As someone who visits Mumbai frequently, I can say with confidence that India’s business capital has...

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Building Safe and Inclusive Cities for Adolescent Girls

August 29, 2013

In December 2012, a young woman was gang raped and brutally assaulted on a public bus in Delhi, India. She later died of her injuries. Thousands of people, including men, have since taken to the streets to protest such violence...

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