UpLink Update: Healthy Hakko: The Fermented Culinary Arts of Japan - Starts January 15

H-Japan Editor:

An H-Japan subscriber noted a problem with two of the links provided in the Healthy Hakko announcement. He kindly shared working links. Thank you Michael.

DGW

https://jftor.org/event/dashi-and-shoyu/
https://jftor.org/event/ishii-and-tremblay/

[Talk & Film Series] Healthy Hakko: The Fermented Culinary Arts of Japan - Starts January 15

Dear H-Japan Members,

You're invited to three weekends of talks and film screenings about Japan's fermented foods and drinks. Along with 4 documentary films, experts will share their insights across 4 talks to provide a deeper understanding of the origins, health benefits and the special place that fermented foods hold in Japan’s culinary culture and traditions. Registration for each individual event is required, but all events are free. 

CUHK MAICS online talks on Islamic femininity and revolutionary pan-Asianism in Jan 2021

The Chinese University of Hong Kong’s MA in Intercultural Studies Program invites everyone to two Zoom talks on Islamic femininity and revolutionary pan-Asianism in Jan 2021. For inquiries, please contact yueqianwu@cuhk.edu.hk.

 

"Philippine Asianist Thought and Southeast Asian Pan-Asianist Action in the ‘Periphery’ of Asia at the Turn of the Twentieth Century,” Dr. Nicole CuUnjieng Aboitiz (University of Cambridge), Jan 13, Wed, 12pm (Hong Kong time)

CUHK MAICS online talks on Islamic femininity and revolutionary pan-Asianism in Jan 2021

The Chinese University of Hong Kong’s MA in Intercultural Studies Program invites everyone to two Zoom talks on Islamic femininity and revolutionary pan-Asianism in Jan 2021. For inquiries, please contact yueqianwu@cuhk.edu.hk.

 

"Philippine Asianist Thought and Southeast Asian Pan-Asianist Action in the ‘Periphery’ of Asia at the Turn of the Twentieth Century,” Dr. Nicole CuUnjieng Aboitiz (University of Cambridge), Jan 13, Wed, 12pm (Hong Kong time)

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