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Film Screening & Discussion
"The Last Moose of Aoluguya"
Karin Chien
Moderated by Ying Qian
Tues., Sept 8
6:00 PM – 8:30 PM
IAB, RM 918

Admission free but registration recommended



WEAI Director
Eugenia Lean

Regional Expertise:
China | Japan | Korea | Mongolia | Southeast Asia | Taiwan | Tibet


Federal Work Study positions available at the Weatherhead East Asian Institute. More details here.

WEAI professor Gregory Pflugfelder's course "A Cultural History of Japanese Monsters" is named the Number One Coolest College Class in the U.S. by Zipcar

WEAI professor Gerald L. Curtis writes about Shinzo Abe's World War II statement in the East Asia Forum

WEAI professors Charles K. Armstrong and Carol Gluck write about the 70th anniversary of World War II's end in the Journal of Asian Studies

WEAI professor Gerald L. Curtis discusses Shinzo Abe's World War II statement in the Washington Post

Borg Postdoctoral Fellow Paul Busbarat discusses Thailand-India ties with World Politics Review

WEAI professor Andrew J. Nathan talks about the 2022 Beijing Olympics with Bloomberg Business

WEAI professor Charles Armstrong discusses North Korea with Arirang TV

WEAI professor Gerald Curtis writes op-ed on Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's national security strategy in The Wall Street Journal

Modern Tibetan Studies director Robert Barnett talks about the Dalai Lama's 80th Birthday with NPR's Morning Edition and the Los Angeles Times

Read a Q&A with Shellen Wu, the author of the Study of the WEAI Empires of Coal.

Research Scholar Chuck Wooldridge talks about his Study of the WEAI City of Virtues with ChinaFile.

Read papers from the 5th Annual Consortium for Asian and African Studies (CAAS) conference, held in October 2014 at Columbia, here.

WEAI professor Theodore Hughes is featured in an article about the Raising the Bar lecture series in The Daily Beast

WEAI prof. Charles K. Armstrong talks about Kim Jong Un's weight gain with UPI

WEAI Senior Research Scholar Elizabeth Wishnick writes about China-Russia Naval Alliances in Foreign Affairs.

WEAI is now accepting Professional Fellows applications for 2015-2016. Learn more here.

WEAI professor Andrew J. Nathan discusses censorship and publishing in China in ChinaFile

WEAI professor Charles K. Armstrong talks on CNN​ about reports that North Korea has executed its defense chief

Chynn Family Foundation Endows Scholarship

WEAI professor Carol Gluck writes about World War II novels in Public Books

WEAI professor Gerald Curtis discusses Shinzo Abe's speech to the U.S. Congress in The Wall Street Journal.

WEAI professor Gregory M. Pflugfelder has launched an interactive educational resource about the history of the Japanese monster movie: "Growing Up With Godzilla."

WEAI professor Gray Tuttle discusses China's race problem in Foreign Affairs


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