The Asian Studies Institute

Asia Forum

 

                                         Asia Forum          
Year Time Topic or event Penalists and speakers Location
 2013  Nov. 26, 11:45am-12:45pm

The Universal Health Care Issue from  Asians' Perspectives

Speaker: Jiunn-Jye Sheu
Panelists Yue Zhang, Sudershan Pasupuleti, Joe Hara, Anchung Cheng
Moderator and Chair: Gene Chang

 Libbey Hall
 2013 March 21, noon 

Beijing's Smog and China's Environmental Crisis 

Air Polustion in China by Kurma
Stable Air by Chen

Panelists: Ashok Kumar, Jiquan Chen, David Davis, Milton Knight, and Qi Wang.
Chair: Gene Chang

 UH 4170

 2012

 Oct. 15  The International Law of Some Asian Island Disputes:South China Sea, China-Japan, Japan-Korea, Japan-Russia

 Speakers: Michael Lewis, Professor of Law, Ohio Northern University, Benjamin G. Davis, Associate Professor of Law, University of Toledo

 1013 Law Center

 

   

 

 

2012

April 18th Building Foreign Language Capacity through Community: A Case of Chinese Heritage Language Education

Presenter: An Chung Cheng

FH 2420

2012

April 11th Asian History Forum--China's Economy and the U.S.- China Economic Relation

Speaker:  Joseph Hara ; Gene Chang ;   David Nemeth

SU 2591

2012

Mar. 29th Third annual Japanese Spring Festivval

Entertainment: Taiko Drums, Kimono picture taking, Tea Ceremony demonstration, Origami paper folding experience, Japanese food.

SU lounge

2012

Mar. 23rd Building Network Capabilities in Turbulent Environments: Lessons from Korean and Japanese Global Firms

Speaker: Paul Hong          Chair: Gene Chang         Discussants: Anthony Koh, Joe Hara, David Jim Nemeth

ST-N 2160
2011 Feb. 18th

Migration, Industrial Clustering and Urbanization of China

Speaker: Bao Shuming

5280A U Hall
2011 March 18th East meets West: Death penalty and Death Penalty Views in China, India and the U.S. Panelists: Lambert,Pasupuleti, Jiang and Jenkings HH2615
2011  Oct. 21st Taiwan's Universal Health Insurance--what can the U.S. learn from?

Speakers: An Chung Cheng
Chair: Gene Chang

Discussants: Eddie Chou, Joe Hara

Stranahan North 1140           
 2011 Nov. 9th  Understanding Cross-Cultural Imperatives in Doing Business in a Southeast Asian Country...Malaysia Speaker: Anthony C.Koh
Chair: Gene Chang
 Stranahan North 2160

Asia Forum (previous years) 

Year Time Topic or event Speaker Location
2001 Nov 2th,
Friday, noon

IT’S A SMALL WORLD AFTER ALL: Doing business with China and Asia

Mr. Nathan Weaks

Schmakel Alumni Room, Driscoll Center
2002 Feb The Indian Information Technology Industry – Past, Present, & Future S. Subba  
2003 Feb 14, Friday, noon

The North Korea Problem--Causes
and Realties

The political system of North Korea and the North-South relationship

Dr. Ken Kim Room 2584, Student Union
North Korea's economy and food crisis Dr. Ed Suh
The U.S. policy on North Korea Dr. David Davis
2004  

Problems of National Integration in Pakistan and the Emergence of Bangladesh in 1971: A Political Perspective

Dr. M. Nazrul Islam

Room 0130, Scott Hall
2005 April 2nd,
Friday, noon
The U.S.-China Economic Relationship: Dispute over the Chinese Currency Value Dr. Gene Chang, Room 2026, Driscoll Alumni Center
April 6th, Wednesday, noon

International Opportunities in Asia for Students and Faculty through the Office of Study Abroa

Dr. Ronald Pirog

 
Oct 13th,
Thursday
3:30 – 5:00 pm

China and the University of Toledo

Dr. Dan Johnson

Room 2592, Student Union

2006 Nov 29th, Wednesday, 3-4:30pm The North Korea Nuclear Test and the World Security issues facing the Bush administration Dr. Larry Connin Room 4100A, University Hall
viewpoint of South Korea Dr. Ken Kim
Japan's concerns Dr. William D. Hoover
China's dilemma Dr. Gene Chang
2007

Nov 14th, Wednesday, Noon-1:15pm

Doing Business in Asia
---Experience of a Perrysburg Company

Mr. Xinfang Lu 4100A University Hall
2008

March 27th, Thursday, Noon-1:15pm

Emerging Power India and  The Rest of Asia and the World

Mr.Pramathesh Rath

4100A University Hall
Nov 6th, Thursday, 2:00-3:30pm Asian American Identities Dr. Leslie Wang 3300 University Hall
Asian Americans' perspectives on the Presidential election Issues Dr. David Jim Nemeth 
2009 March 25th,
Wednesday,
8:00 pm.

Asia Forum featuring

“Mississippi Masala” Movie Null Carter Huddle Room
April 6, Monday,
3:00 - 4:40pm.
“Whale Rider” Movie

2500 Student Union

April 15, Wednesday, Noon

"Better Luck Tomorrow" Movie

TV Lounge Student Union

April 21, Tuesday,noon

“Who Killed Vincent Chin?” Movie

2500 Student Union

2010 March 23rd, Tuesday, noon

Film Series for Asian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

Film about Japanese Americans, "American Pastime" Dr. Hara

Student Union Television Lounge

March 31st, Wednesday, 5:45pm starts Film about Chinese Americans,  "The Joy Luck Club" Prof. Reising

Field House 1040

April 7th, Wednesday, noon

Film about Indian Americans, "The Namesake" UT faculty member Student Union Television Lounge

April 14th Wednesday,  noon

Film about New Zealand Americans, "Grand Turino Whale Rider"

a UT faculty member and an FAAUT member

April 20th, Wednesday, noon

Film about Chinese heritage, "Chinese Places and their legends"

CI Institute member

April 27,  Tuesday, 7pm

Film about Filipino Americans,  "The Debut"

UT faculty member and the Filipino American Association member

The Ground Level Coffeehouse

 Sept 15, Wednesday                Asian Studies Institute’s Luncheon Forum Series     Kong Fu vs. Mulan: Three perspectives on property in China  Llew Gibbons, Bruce Kennedy and Xiaolin Wang
  Sept 29, Wednesday Global interest in Japanese pop-culture Joe Hara, Kristi Pawlak and Dana Long  2420 Field House
  Oct, 13,Wednesday Fengshui and vastu: Science or religion David Jim Nemeth, Anchung Cheng and Rejesh Najistetty  5280A University Hall
  Nov. 3, Wednesday From Hermit Kingdom to Global Hub: Korea’s Challenges, Growth, and Changes (not finalized yet)  Paul Hong, Sunhee Youn, Kihyun Park and Ma Ga Yang  5280A University Hall  
  Nov. 17, Wednesday India - Emerging Asian Power: Prospects and Challenges Sudershan Pasupuleti, Subba Rao, Udayan Nandkeolyar

  5280A University Hall

  Dec. 1st, Wednesday   China's Economy: Threat or Opportunity to Toledo? Ben Konop, Nathan Weaks, Lloyd Mahaffey, Gene Chang, Bill Wersell, Llew Gibbons  4100 Stranahan North

 

 

Year Time Topic or event Penalists Location
2011 Feb. 18th

Migration, Industrial Clustering and Urbanization of China

Speaker: Bao Shuming

5280A U Hall
2011 March 18th East meets West: Death penalty and Death Penalty Views in China, India and the U.S. Panelists: Lambert,Pasupuleti, Jiang and Jenkings HH2615
2011  Oct. 21st Taiwan's Universal Health Insurance--what can the U.S. learn from?

Speakers: An Chung Cheng
Chair: Gene Chang

Discussants: Eddie Chou, Joe Hara

Stranahan North 1140           
 2011 Nov. 9th  Understanding Cross-Cultural Imperatives in Doing Business in a Southeast Asian Country...Malaysia Speaker: Anthony C.Koh
Chair: Gene Chang
 Stranahan North 2160

2012

Mar. 23rd Building Network Capabilities in Turbulent Environments: Lessons from Korean and Japanese Global Firms

Speaker: Paul Hong          Chair: Gene Chang         Discussants: Anthony Koh, Joe Hara, David Jim Nemeth

ST-N 2160

2012

Mar. 29th Third annual Japanese Spring Festivval

Entertainment: Taiko Drums, Kimono picture taking, Tea Ceremony demonstration, Origami paper folding experience, Japanese food.

SU lounge

2012

April 11th Asian History Forum--China's Economy and the U.S.- China Economic Relation

Speaker:  Joseph Hara ; Gene Chang ;   David Nemeth

SU 2591

2012

April 18th Building Foreign Language Capacity through Community: A Case of Chinese Heritage Language Education

Presenter: An Chung Cheng

FH 2420

 2012

 Oct. 15  The International Law of Some Asian Island Disputes:South China Sea, China-Japan, Japan-Korea, Japan-Russia

 Speakers: Michael Lewis, Professor of Law, Ohio Northern University, Benjamin G. Davis, Associate Professor of Law, University of Toledo

 1013 Law Center

 

 

Last Updated: 6/26/15