Events

  • Congrats 2024 Majors!
  • Bates Students Win Awards in Consulate-General of Japan Language Contest
    Two students of Japanese won awards at the 13th Annual Japanese Language Contest held on Saturday, March 30th, 2024, at the Consulate-General of Japan in Boston.Alan Wang ’24 won first place in the Speech Contest in the College Advanced Division.Emma Erkkila ’26 won third place in the Essay Contest in the College Beginner Division. Click…
  • Technos College Newsletter Features Jina McCullogh ’20
  • Dumpling Making on February 9th
    On February 9th, which coincided with the 2024 Spring Festival Eve, the Chinese program held a dumpling-making event. Students learned to make dumplings together and tasted different types of Chinese food.  Students also watched the 2024 China Spring Festival Gala and celebrated the Chinese Spring Festival together. Many thanks to Alan Wang ‘24, Bryce Huang’…
  • Spring Festival Couplets Making
    On Jan 19th the Chinese Program held a Spring Festival Couplets making events. Students learnt how to write Spring Festival couplets and made some decorations for the upcoming Chinese New Year. Many thanks to Elaine Wang ’27 and Eddy Wang ’24 for their help. 
  • Fall 2023 Japanese Event Highlights
    View this post on Instagram A post shared by Japanese Program at Bates (@jpnatbates) View this post on Instagram A post shared by Japanese Program at Bates (@jpnatbates) View this post on Instagram A post shared by Japanese Program at Bates (@jpnatbates) View this post on Instagram A post shared by Japanese Program at Bates…
  • Congratulations to our Fall 2023 Thesis Writers!
  • Chinese Karaoke
    On December 8th, the Chinese program held a fun Chinese Karaoke night. Students enjoyed their time, relaxing for a while before finals began. Many thanks to Lendro Hu ’24, Chris Lu ’24, and other Chinese students for their help! 
  • Mid-Autumn Festival 2023
    On September 29th, the Chinese program held an activity to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival. Students ate traditional mooncakes and Chinese snacks, and watched Mid-Autumn Festival programs. They also learnt how to draw Chinese paintings for the Mid-Autumn Festival. Many thanks to Moeka Koda, Japanese LA, who took photos of this activity. 
  • Farewell, 2023 Seniors!
    On May 18th, Seniors and Faculty of the Program in Asian Studies celebrated their achievements and hard work with a dinner at Pure Thai. We wish our 2023 Seniors a brilliant career and the best of luck in all their endeavors. Congratulations!!