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13/6/2017 - [APPLICATION CLOSED] Exchange with Southeast Asian Muslim Youth: Talk to a Muslim (TAMU) 2017

The application window has opened to a bilateral exchange programme between Southeast Asian Muslims and the Japanese public.

4/4/2017 - [APPLICATION CLOSED] The Japan Foundation Summer Institute in Japan 2017

Applications are now open to an intellectual exchange and networking programme involving researchers from Japan, USA and Southeast Asia.

26/1/2017 - [APPLICATION CLOSED] The Japan Foundation Travel Support for Attendees to the 2017 AAS-in-ASIA Conference in Seoul

The Japan Foundation, Kuala Lumpur invites emerging scholars in Malaysia to apply for assistance in attending the AAS-in-ASIA conference in Seoul this June.

2/11/2016 - [APPLICATION CLOSED] The Japan Foundation Travel Support for Attendees to the 2017 AAS Annual Conference in Toronto

The Japan Foundation, Kuala Lumpur invites emerging scholars in Asia to apply for assistance in attending the 2017 AAS Annual Conference in Toronto next March.

9/5/2016 - The Japan Foundation Touring Lecture: Mega Trends in East Asia – What Is Happening? What Will Happen?

Keiichiro Oizumi is set to embark on a three-state lecture tour of Malaysia to discuss the Asian Century’s attendant socioeconomic challenges and the measures essential for sustained regional success into the future.

20/4/2016 - [APPLICATION CLOSED] The Japan Foundation Travel Support for Attendees to the AAS-in-ASIA 2016 in Kyoto

The Japan Foundation, Kuala Lumpur invites emerging scholars in Southeast Asia to apply for assistance in attending the AAS-in-ASIA conference in Kyoto this May.

25/3/2016 - [APPLICATION CLOSED] The Japan Foundation Summer Institute in Japan 2016

Applications are now open to an intellectual exchange and networking programme involving researchers from Japan, USA and Southeast Asia.

10/3/2016 - MAJAS Public Lecture Series: Ciri-Ciri Luaran dalam Perbualan Bahasa Jepun dari Sudut Pengambilan Giliran

JFKL, MAJAS and the Japan Studies Programme at University of Malaya’s Department of East Asian Studies present a lecture entitled “External Features in Japanese Language Conversation from the Perspective of Turn-Taking”.

1/12/2015 - MAJAS Public Lecture Series: Bantuan Pembangunan Rasmi (ODA) Jepun ke Malaysia 1966–2010

The MAJAS Public Lecture Series is an annual programme aimed at promoting greater understanding of Japan and its society, as well as developing Japanese Studies in Malaysia.

9/3/2015 - Capital in Japan: A Critical Examination of Japanese Capitalism

The Japan Foundation Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Association of Japanese Studies (MAJAS) and the Japan Studies Programme at University of Malaya’s…

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