The East Asia Programme was begun in 1999 with a project on the Asian Construction of Asia supported by the Japan Foundation. The aim of the programme is to encourage research on Japan as well as comparative research within the Asian region. As part of this effort, two India-Japan conferences on China were organised in collaboration with the Japan Foundation. These conferences have brought together Indian and Japanese specialists on China for the first time and have opened the way for future collaborative projects.
Initial contacts have also been established with China and Japan specialists in Australia, Thailand, and other parts of Asia with the aim of increasing scholarly exchange and discussion and to promote innovative research projects that will contribute to a better understanding of this region.
First India-Japan Postgraduate Workshop
28-29 January 2005
Organised by the Institute of Chinese Studies in collaboration with the Tokyo University of Foreign Languages and Literatures
A Seminar on Remembering the Russo-Japanese War of 1904-05
4 February 2005
International Centre, New Delhi
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