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Asian Studies Undergraduate Research Colloquium

The Asian Studies Undergraduate Research Colloquium on Friday, May 17 showcased several fine presentations to a good-sized audience of 50 people. Delicious food combined with enlightening presentations from the following students:

Mary Green, “Ken Kaneki Outside of the Panels: Manga as a Bridge into the Hyperreal”

Zoe Haakenstad, “Visualizing the Politics of Family: The Role of Propaganda Posters in China’s One-Child Policy”

Lauralei K Singsank, “From Massacre to Genocide: Redefining the Sook Ching”

Shuxi Wu, “Asian Technical Experts: Skilled Corporate Migration in the Global Commodity Chain”

Jesse Jimmerson, “Oregon and Japan: The Beginnings, Growth, and Future of a Trans-Pacific Connection”

Kabitanjali Amatya, “Strangely Singaporean: Internship and Intercultural Communication in Southeast Asia.”

Megan Bergeron, “E-Government and Social Media in India”


Congratulations to all our excellent presenters!