The East Asian Studies, Japanese Studies, and Chinese Studies Department Senior Comp Presentations

 The East Asian Studies, Japanese Studies, and Chinese Studies Department invite you to attend their Senior Comp Presentations. 

 

*Note time change from original event. 

 


Mar3
4:30 pm - 7:00 pm
2020-03-03 16:30:00 2020-03-03 19:00:00 The East Asian Studies, Japanese Studies, and Chinese Studies Department Senior Comp Presentations

Perrin Shyne (East Asian Studies): "Money and Riots: Exploring the Financial Backdrop of the 2019 Hong Kong Protests." 

Isabel Sung (East Asian Studies): "Activism in Hong Kong: How Past Protest Movements Shape Current Demonstrations." 

Kevin Conroy (East Asian Studies): "Modernazation and Repression: The Japanese Industrialization of Manchurian." 

Huixi Yang (East Asian Studies): "The Development of the Tea Industry in Contemporary China." 

Chengtian Yu (Japanese Studies): "Japanese Culinary Traditions: A Translation of Food-Related Texts." 

Carol Beckett  (Group Language: Japanese and Chinese): "What is Sensei: A Study through Japanese Novels and Everyday Usage" and "An Analysis on a Translation of the First Five Chapters of (Taoqibao Ma Xiaotiao Tongzhuoyuanjia)."

Karin Uzawa (Group Language: Japanese and Linguistics): "Consonant Gemination in Japanese Loanwords: A Comparative Literature of Review on the Phoenetics and Phonology." 

Robert Shreiber (Chinese Studies): "Translation of I Love Dollars." 

Thomas Robertson (Group Languages: Chinese and French): "Reading Between the Panels: Comparing LGBTQ+ Representation in Chinese Webcomics and African Bande Desinée." 

 

America/Los_Angeles public
Event Date: Tuesday, March 3, 2020

Perrin Shyne (East Asian Studies): "Money and Riots: Exploring the Financial Backdrop of the 2019 Hong Kong Protests." 

Isabel Sung (East Asian Studies): "Activism in Hong Kong: How Past Protest Movements Shape Current Demonstrations." 

Kevin Conroy (East Asian Studies): "Modernazation and Repression: The Japanese Industrialization of Manchurian." 

Huixi Yang (East Asian Studies): "The Development of the Tea Industry in Contemporary China." 

Chengtian Yu (Japanese Studies): "Japanese Culinary Traditions: A Translation of Food-Related Texts." 

Carol Beckett  (Group Language: Japanese and Chinese): "What is Sensei: A Study through Japanese Novels and Everyday Usage" and "An Analysis on a Translation of the First Five Chapters of (Taoqibao Ma Xiaotiao Tongzhuoyuanjia)."

Karin Uzawa (Group Language: Japanese and Linguistics): "Consonant Gemination in Japanese Loanwords: A Comparative Literature of Review on the Phoenetics and Phonology." 

Robert Shreiber (Chinese Studies): "Translation of I Love Dollars." 

Thomas Robertson (Group Languages: Chinese and French): "Reading Between the Panels: Comparing LGBTQ+ Representation in Chinese Webcomics and African Bande Desinée." 

 

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