Keyword: Centre for East Asian Studies
David Leheny: Empire of Hope and Reiwa Olympiad: Narrative, Emotion, and Politics in Contemporary Japan
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. The Centre’s Master's and Doctoral Degree Programmes in East Asian Studies invite applicants from all over the world.
Ceas invites you all to the Japanese Speech Event on Friday 23 February at 11 am.
Call for Applications (deadline: 28 October 2017)
Nuclear weapons and the arms race - territorial disputes - changes in political leadership - deterioriating alliances and uneasy friendships - distrust - polemics and tweets
According to the Japanese Ambassador to Finland, Kenji Shinoda, who visited the University of Turku, Finland and Japan share a common mindset as well as future challenges, such as the aging population.
Ambassador Kenji Shinoda saw considerable potential in Arctic cooperation between Finland and Japan.