Today’s world faces new challenges, such as a reversal in globalization and rising security tensions in the Korean Peninsula. At a time of fragile China-Japan-Korea (CJK) political relations, how can we promote trilateral cooperation to deal with these challenges?
This roundtable by the three deans involved with CAMPUS Asia discusses recent developments and prospects for East Asia’s policy issues, including U.S.-China trade tensions, Chinese infrastructure construction initiatives, and security challenges.
New Developments around the Korean Peninsula and International Relations in East Asia
Prof. Qingguo JIA
(Dean, School of International Studies, Peking University)
Prof. Cheol Hee PARK
(Dean, Graduate School of International Studies, Seoul National University)
Prof. Akio TAKAHARA
(Dean, Graduate School of Public Policy, The University of Tokyo)
Date: Wednesday, July 4th, 2018
13:30-13:35 Opening remarks
13:35-14:35 Round Table Talk
14:35-15:30 Q&A Session
15:30-15:35 Closing Remarks
Place: SMBC Academia Hall, International Academic Research Building
Hongo Campus, The University of Tokyo
Please register for your attendance from the registration form.
Inquiries to: campusasia[at]pp.u-tokyo.ac.jp
Speaker: Nam Kyung-pil (Governor of Gyeonggi Province, Republic of Korea )
Moderator: Tadashi Haneda (, Prof. of Institute for ADVANCED Studies on Asia, The University of Tokyo )
Date and Time: Monday, October 24th, 1:30pm to 3pm
Agenda: “The Fourth Way: the New Social Development Model in the 21st Century” ( TBC )
Venue: large conference room on the 3rd floor of Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia
Profile of Nam Kyung-pil
Born in 1965. Graduated from Yonsei Universityin 1988
Bachelor’s degree in Public Welfare, Master´s degree in Management Career from Yale University
President of Saenuri Party’s Economic Democratization Policy 1998-2014
Chairman, Foreign Affairs, Trade & Unification Committee of the National Assembly 2010-2011
Five-term Member of the National Assembly (1997~2014)
Chairman of the Korea-China International e-Sports Festival Organizing Committee
Governor of Gyeonggi Province, Republic of Korea
AY2017 Exchange and Double Degree Programs Information Session will be held on October 21st and information of CAMPUS Asia Program will be provided as well.
Those who are interested in CAMPUS Asia Program are welcome to attend.
Date & Time: Friday October 21st, 12:15-14:00
Venue: School of Law Bldg. Room 102
If you wish to attend, please register from the below link.
Inquiries to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Summer School was conducted during August 3rd to 5th, as a compilation of CAMPUS Asia Summer Program class.
Seventeen students from the University of Tokyo, Peking University and Seoul National University who are attending the class visited Nagasaki prefecture. By visiting the museums and doing glass handcrafts, the participants were able to learn and experience Japanese histories and cultures.
Moreover, the discussion over security issues concerning the three countries got heated, as it was the main content of this trip.
CAMPUS Asia Program Information Session was held on July 29th at the University of Tokyo.
Each school provided with the information of school lives, and three current students from the University of Tokyo discussed about their experiences at the host universities.
Next information session schedule…
Information session of exchange programs for current GraSPP students and expecting GraSPP students (Mid-October)
View the handouts from below;