Keyword: Centre for East Asian Studies
University of Turku's Centre for East Asian Studies with a European consortium secure a four-year, four-million Euro EU Horizon grant for China research
The ReConnect China research project, which improves the weak knowledge of modern China in Europe, has received a four-year EU Horizon funding of a total of four million euros. Researchers from 12 European countries are involved in the research project coordinated by the University of Ghent in Belgium. The Centre for East Asian Studies CEAS of the University of Turku is the only Nordic university in the consortium.
As part of the 15th anniversary celebrations of the Centre for East Asian Studies at the University of Turku, we invite all students studying Korean language to participate in the 2021 Korean Speech Contest.
The second revised edition of "Lohikäärme, tiikeri ja krysanteemi", the Finnish texbook for studying contemporary East Asia, is now out
”LOHIKÄÄRME, TIIKERI JA KRYSANTEEMI – Johdatus Itä-Aasian yhteiskuntiin”
Authors: Silja Keva (ed.), Annamari Konttinen, Kristian Kurki, Lauri Paltemaa and Sungju Park-Kang
As technology develops, the relationship between humans and machines sparks new discussion. The seminar AI Ethics: Dialogue Between Europe and East Asia, organised at the University of Turku, focused on the future of artificial intelligence and robotics.
The Centre for East Asian Studies (CEAS) is the only academic research centre in Finland that focuses on contemporary East Asia from the perspective of social sciences in both research and teaching. CEAS was established in 2006 but the minor programme in East Asian Studies has been offered since 1998.
CEAS’ mission is to develop and strengthen East Asian Studies in Finland through conducting high-quality research on East Asian societies, training first-class researchers on the region and providing popular research-based knowledge on East Asia in Finland and internationally.
Ceas invites you all to the Japanese Speech Event on Friday 23 February at 11 am.