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- Film Screening of Cape No 7 (海角七號) and Director (魏德聖）and Producer's (黃志明) Q&A
Speakers: Director Wei Te-Sheng (魏德聖）and Producer Jimmy Huang (黃志明), Chaired by Dr Ming-yeh Rawnsley
- Adventures in Future Science: Speculative Fiction in Modern Japan, 1868-1945
Seth Jacobowitz (Yale University) & Aaron Moore (Manchester)
- Constructing a More Active Role: The Norm-Shift and the Rise of Activism in Japan’s Security Policy after the Cold War
Dr. Hiromi Fujishige
Book launch for 'Constructing a More Active Role: The Norm-Shift and the Rise of Activism in Japan’s Security Policy after the Cold War', written by Dr. Hiromi Fujishige.
- Divided Fates: The State, Race, and Korean Immigrants’ Adaptation in Japan and the United States
Assistant Professor Kazuko Suzuki (Texas A&M University)