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Green Tea Conversation: CHUNHYANGJUN STORY, A KOREAN FOLKLORE

Monday, April 21, 2014 - 3:30pm to 5:45pm

Asia Project

Green Tea Conversation: Chunhyangjun Story, A Korean Folklore

Join in a conversation with Dr. Sam Park. Dr. Park is an Associate Professor of Preaching and Director of D. Min Program at ABSW. His teaching and research interests include prophetic preaching, Korean preaching, multicultural preaching, narrative preaching, and preaching and rhetoric.

Green Tea Conversation: Australian Aboriginal Religion and The Art of Sacred Sites

Tuesday, March 18, 2014 - 12:30pm to 1:30pm

Asia Project 

Green Tea Conversation: Australian Aboriginal Religion and The Art of Sacred Sites

Asia Project Green Tea Conversation: Christians in Pakistan-The Missing Discourse

Thursday, December 5, 2013 - 1:00pm to 2:00pm

Asia Project presents,

Green Tea Conversation

Christians in Pakistan - The Missing Discourse

Join in a Green Tea Conversation with Mohammad Waqas Sajjad. Mohammad is a PhD student a s a Fullbright scholar from Pakistanis at the Graduate Theological Union. His academic focus is institutionalized Sunni groups in Pakistan. Mohammad's presentation will be commented by Dr. Munir Jiwa, director of Center for Islamic Studies at the GTU.

Green Tea Conversation: ATTAINING BUDDHAHOOD IN THIS VERY BODY: THE INTERPRETATION OF MEDIEVAL SHINGON BUDDHIST CONSECRATION RITUALS

Thursday, October 31, 2013 - 1:30pm

ASIA PROJECT, GREEN TEA CONVERSATION

ATTAINING BUDDHAHOOD IN THIS VERY BODY: THE INTERPRETATION OF MEDIEVAL SHINGON BUDDHIST CONSECRATION RITUALS

Join in a Green Tea Conversation with Dr. Takahico Kameyama. Dr. Kameyama is a post-doctoral research fellow of IBS/GTU. He earned his Ph.D. degree from Ryukoku University, Japan in 2012. His research interest includes Japanese Esoteric Buddhist schools such as Shingon and Tendai.

 

Thursday, October 31

Green Tea Conversation: THE NEO-CONFUCIAN VISION OF HARMONY AND ITS APPLICABILITY TO INTERRELIGIOUS PEACEBUILDING

Thursday, October 17, 2013 - 12:00pm

THE NEO-CONFUCIAN VISION OF HARMONY AND ITS APPLICABILITY TO INTERRELIGIOUS PEACEBUILDING 

Join in a Green Tea Conversation with Sungrae Kim. Sungrae is a Ph.D. student at Graduate Theological Union. He’s been working as the Program Coordinator of Asia Project for two years.

Currently he is co-teaching a course, Issues in Interreligious Dialogue with Dr. Judith Berling, at the GTU with the Newhall Grant.

 

Green Tea Conversation: MIGRANT WOMEN WORKERS IN HONG KONG AND CATHOLIC ETHICAL RESPONSE

Friday, May 10, 2013 - 12:30pm to 1:30pm

Join in a Green Tea Conversation with Mee-Yin Mary Yuen on "Migrant Women Workers in Hong Kong and Catholic Ethical Response."

Mee-Yin Mary Yuen, from Hong Kong, China, is currently a PhD student in IDS area with focus on Christian social ethics, Chinese Confucian ethics, and Asian theology. She taught Catholic social ethics in several religious institutions in Hong Kong. She worked in the Justice and Peace Commission of the Hong Kong Catholic Diocese before and has engaged in the social justice ministry at local and Asian levels for many years.  

Green Tea Conversation on the Statements of CATS VII

Thursday, February 21, 2013 - 12:00pm

Asia Project will host a Green Tea Conversation on the Statement of CATS VII with Dr. Moses Penumaka. The Congress of Asian Theologians (CATS) is a bi-/tri-annual conference of theologians throughout Asia, founded in 1997. CATS VII, the Seventh Congress was held on the theme, “Embracing and Embodying God’s Hospitality Today” on June 30-July6, 2012. Dr. Penumaka will present and lead a discussion on the statements from CATS VII as he represented Asia Project and the GTU in the Congress. Dr.

Earth, Tsunami, and Nuclear Crisis in Japan: How Japanese religious communities are reaching out to the suffered

Thursday, April 19, 2012 - 12:00pm

Asia Project Green Tea Conversation

Bring your lunch and join us for a conversation with Dr. Chizuko Saito about how Japanese religious communities are helping to heal victims of the tsunami. Tea will be provided.

Dr. Saito received her Ph.D. from the GTU and is currently an associate professor at Doshisha Women’s College of Liberal Arts in Kyoto, Japan.

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