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Korean Food: More Important Than Sex?

May 13, 2011

This question is one of many to be explored at the 2011 Asian Foodprints conference, Exploring Korea Through Its Foods and Foodways, to be held on Friday, June 10.

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Asia-Pacific Club Folds 2190 Cranes for Japan

April 6, 2011

U of T’s Asia-Pacific Club wrapped up its week-long One Thousand Cranes for Japan fundraiser on Friday, April 1, after a week of crane folding in the lobby of Sidney Smith Hall. The group raised $1,076.22 and folded an astounding 2,190 cranes.

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AI Affiliate Ryan Pyle Reflects on the Middle Kingdom Ride

March 2, 2011

Since completing his circumnavigation of China by motorcycle, AI Affiliate Ryan Pyle has been busy reflecting on his journey. Read about his recent activities in his own words, and attend his talk as part of Asian Heritage Month.

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CSAS Welcomes Visiting Professor Nonica Datta

January 26, 2011

Professor Datta’s visit is the first phase of an international cooperation in education and research, a joint initiative between the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) in New Delhi and the Faculty of Arts and Science.

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U of T Hosts the First Exhibition of North Korean Art in Canada

January 18, 2011

“North Korean Images At Utopia’s Edge” will be held at the U of T Art Centre from January 18-March 19, 2011.

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Middle Kingdom Riders Come Full Circle

October 20, 2010

AI Affiliate and photojournalist Ryan Pyle has completed his 65 day circumnavigation of China by motorcycle. He and his brother Colin intend to produce a documentary film and a book based on their experience.

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Middle Kingdom Ride Approaches Final Leg

October 5, 2010

Follow AI Affiliate Ryan Pyle, photojournalist, as he circumnavigates China by motorcycle with his brother Colin.

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The Middle Kingdom Ride: An Epic Motorcycle Journey through China

July 31, 2010

AI Affiliate and photographer Ryan Pyle and his brother Colin will circumnavigate China by BMW motorcycle on a 60 day, 20,000 km journey that will take them through some of the most remote and populated regions of the world.

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New exhibition examines the struggles and hopes of Chinese-Canadians

July 23, 2010

The Richard Charles Lee Canada Hong-Kong Library will launch a new exhibition, Voyage – Struggles and Hope, on July 29th. Voyage covers stories of 9 Chinese-Canadians, and their journeys to become part of this multicultural society over the last century.

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Asian Institute affiliate, Ryan Pyle, a finalist at PDN Photo Annual 2010

June 3, 2010

Pyle received an honourable mention for two bodies of work for “The Chinese Infrastructure Project of the Baling River Bridge” and “Chinese Turkestan” (China’s western Xinjiang region).

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