Professor Soe W. Myint presented a speech at the graduation ceremony for Asian students at the Asian Institute of Technology. See video below for a snippet of the speech:
Dr. See Seng Tan, Distinguished Alumnus of ASU returned to lecture with mentor, Dr. Sheldon Simon.
ASU Now reporter, Emma Grugeska, writes about the Center for Asian Research project, Asia Mediated. She interviews Dr. Juliane Schober and Dr.
James Edmonds from the Association for Asian Studies interviews #AsiaMediated directors, Dr. Juliane Schober and Dr.
The Center for Asian Research presents the final lecture of a three-part #AsiaMediated lecture series for Spring 2017. Dr.
The Center for Asian Research presents the second lecture of three in the #AsiaMediated lectures series for Spring 2017. Dr.
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.
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Wisdom in Buddhism is more than just a word for Enlightenment. We need a wider comparative study of wisdom Literature.
How and Why did Buddhist and other forms of asceticism arise in the Second Urbanization of India (6th to 4th centuries BCE)?
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