Riding the Wave: Consul General Visit to Campus Helps Expand Knowledge of Korea

Can you name any nation that has sealed its bond with another nation by successfully sharing ideals, especially freedom, liberty, democracy and prosperity? Such was a question that the Honorable Yeon-sung Shin, consul general of the Republic of Korea in Los Angeles, posed to an audience of more than … [Read more...]

Jung Sun Park: Professor of Asian Pacific Studies Serving Fellowship in Korea

Jung Sun Park is serving a fellowship at the Academy of Korean Studies in South Korea, conducting research on issues of South Korean social and cultural citizenship. As a complement to her previous research on legal citizenship in Korea, the professor of Asian Pacific studies, is currently … [Read more...]

Jung-Sun Park: The Art of Cultural Exchange

Jung-Sun Park, associate professor of Asian Pacific studies, participated in a panel discussion on the exhibit, “transPOP: Korea Vietnam Remix,” at UC Irvine’s University Art Gallery, on Nov. 2. The show, which closes on Nov. 8, is a collaboration between artists from Korea, Vietnam, and the United … [Read more...]

CSU Dominguez Hills Alumni and Faculty Impact Literacy in Cambodian-American Community

On Aug. 11, California State University, Dominguez Hills alumni Sithea and Richer San and professor of anthropology Susan Needham participated in a presentation by Cambodia Town, Inc. of a $150,000 check to the Mark Twain Branch Library, a state-of-the-art facility in the heart of the Cambodia Town … [Read more...]

Made in Japan: Waseda University Scholar to Present Culture of “Cool”

Koichi Iwabuchi, professor of media and cultural studies at the School of International Liberal Studies of Waseda University in Tokyo, will present “What’s So Cool About ‘Cool Japan’?” on Monday, March 10, at 1 p.m. in LaCorte Hall, A-103 at California State University, Dominguez Hills. The event, … [Read more...]