Work Study 101 with Tianyi
This week we caught up with EAS graduate student Tianyi, as she finishes her work study placement in the department and prepares to embark on her next big adventure after graduation.
From Toronto to Lanzhou with the Chinese Language Exchange
Digitally crossing 10,000 km and a twelve-hour time difference, students from the EAS Department’s Chinese Language Program met their language partners from Lanzhou City University in Gansu, China, for the Chinese Language Exchange.
Work Study: Six Questions with Siyun
We recently said goodbye to Siyun, one of the department’s brilliant Work Study students. Before she left we stole ten minutes of her time to sit down and ask some questions about Work Study life.
Korean Language Film Festival: Award Winners
Last week we rolled out the red carpet in the EAS Lounge to host the annual Korean Language Film Festival, the first time the event has been held in-person for four years.
Meet the Team: Norma
Introducing the EAS team! Learn more about who they are, what they do and what they love about being part of the department.
Writing Ecologies: Curating a Series
We spoke to MengRan Xu and Qieyi Liu, the curators of our monthly speaker series, ‘Writing Ecologies: Environmental Humanities and East Asia’, to hear their advice on successful events organisation.
Intro to Manchu Language
EAS MA student Tracey is creating online content to share learnings and teach others how to read Manchu, a nearly extinct language that is native to the historical region of Manchuria in Northeast China.
Meet the Team: Gemma
Introducing… the EAS team! Learn more about who they are, what they do and what they love about being part of the department.
A Day in the Life: Finals Week
Want to know what life is like during finals week at U of T? EAS student Tracey Lan gives us an insight in her video diary.