James Edmonds from the Association for Asian Studies interviews #AsiaMediated directors, Dr. Juliane Schober and Dr. Pauline Hope Cheong about their newest project through the Center for Asian Research. Check out their interview and read the article here.
News from Spring 2018
ASU Now reporter, Emma Grugeska, writes about the Center for Asian Research project, Asia Mediated. She interviews Dr. Juliane Schober and Dr. Pauline Hope Cheong and discusses how the Center's newest project is working to bridge the gap in media knowledge between the East and the West.
Read the article here.
The Center for Asian Research presents the final lecture of a three-part #AsiaMediated lecture series for Spring 2017. Dr. Cara Wallis, associate professor from the Department of Communication at Texas A&M University shares her expertise in her lecture, "Vulnerable Victims or Empowered Agents? Performance, Digital Media, and Migrant Women in Beijing."
Stay tuned for more lectures like these from the Center for Asian Research in Fall 2017!
The Center for Asian Research presents the second lecture of three in the #AsiaMediated lectures series for Spring 2017. Dr. Lisa Brooten, visiting associate professor from the Department of Radio, Television, and Digital Media at Southern Illinois University-Carbondale presents her expertise in her lecture, Facebook for the Hotshots: Social media and transition in Myanmar.
The Center for Asian Research presents one of three #AsiaMediated Lectures. Dr. Wenhong Cheng presents her expertise on Big Data in China: Big Dreams- and Big Brother. Dr. Wenhong Cheng is an associate professor from the Department of Radio-TV-Film and the Department of Sociology at the University of Texas-Austin.