Shu Hua Chuan is a unique Chinese art form fashioned by literati artists and calligraphers who traveled on the country’s flowing waterways.
Authentic Japanese reading materials have been acquired with the support of federal funds through a partnership of the Asia Institute, East Asian Library and Asian Languages and Cultures Department of UCLA.
Read about the deliberations behind the Dartmouth Award conferred on The Princeton Dictionary of Buddhism, co-edited by Robert E. Buswell Jr. (UCLA) and Daniel S. Lopez Jr. (University of Michigan).
Undergraduate students in the UCLA International Institute’s academic programs celebrated the end of the school year by presenting their achievements in scholarship and service.
Rather than undermine the trust and shared values that make Indonesian society work, Elizabeth Pisani argued that corruption in the country has supported those values by distributing economic power and privilege through networks that are deeply embedded in Indonesian society.
New Courses & Programs in Area and Global Studies
Welcome to the UCLA Center for Korean Studies. The Center was established in 1993 to coordinate development of UCLA's burgeoning programs in this field of research. Despite its short history, the Center now presides overOther Centers & Programs
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