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Jan 31, 2014 

2014 Chinese New Year Gala  It's DePaul University's annual Chinese New Year celebration, part of DePaul President's Signature Series. This event is co-sponsored by Global Asian Studies and hosted by the Chinese Studies Program. Come out to celebrate the dawn of the Year of the Horse! Chinese New Year dinner and live bilingual cultural performances brought by DePaul students, faculty and professional performers will be provided.

Join us for an exciting evening to welcome the Year of the Horse! Free and open to the public. Free gifts and prizes for attendees.  Jan 27,2014 
Asian Knowledge Bowl Global Asian Studies invites you to the 4th annual Asian Knowledge Bowl, which is sponsored by Global Asian Studies and hosted by the ladies of Alpha Phi Gamma Sorority, Inc. at DePaul University, Epsilon Chapter!

Compete or stop by and watch organizations battle against each other to test their knowledge on anything and everything related to the Asian culture!

October 28, 2013 
CHINA Town Hall: Local Connections, National Reflections DePaul University will host Chicago's first CHINA Town Hall— a national day of programming designed to provide Americans the opportunity to discuss Sino-American relations with leading experts.

Global Asian Studies sponsors The DePaul Chinese Studies Program and the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations. The event is free and open to the public. Welcome to join us and learn more about U.S.- China relations!

October 15, 2013
The TOMODACHI Initiative Meet retired naval officer Suzanne Basalla, Executive Vice President of the U.S.-Japan Council, Washington D.C. Basalla, former senior advisor in the American Embassy in Tokyo, led the Embassy's response in coordination with the U.S. Military Operation TOMODACHI in the first days after the 3.11.11 Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Disaster.

Join us to explore opportunities for local organizations and schools to partner with TOMODACHI projects and students (K-12 and university) to learn about how to get involved. Become a part of the TOMODACHI Generation!