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  • Culture Shock: A Challenge Turned Chance With Gentry Toman 

    Toman, Gentry; 童萱琪 (Center for East Asian Studies, University of Kansas, 2018-06-13)
    Gentry Toman answers four questions regarding her study abroad experiences. She discusses her challenges, her favorite story, the impact study abroad had on her future, and the skills she gained along the way.
  • Gaining Independence Through Adaptation With Beth Fentress 

    Fentress, Beth (Center for East Asian Studies, University of Kansas, 2018-05-31)
    This interview is part of the KU Center for East Asian Studies Study Abroad Impact Interview Series. Beth Fentress discusses her thoughts and advice after spending a total of 14 months studying abroad in China. She answers ...
  • A Midwesterner Goes to Annapolis : Pearl Harbor and Beyond 

    Muirhead, Vincent; Vincent Muirhead (University of Kansas, Center for East Asian Studies, 2017-09)
    Kansas-native Vincent Muirhead’s initial, childhood interest in airplanes accompanied him through various stages of his life, from United States Navy midshipman to naval commander, World War II veteran, and Aerospace ...
  • Interview with Cam Phan 

    Phan, Cam; Tran, Michelle (Center for East Asian Studies, University of Kansas, 2001-04-22)
    An interview with Phan-Michelle Tran (the interviewer’s mother) covers her life in Vietnam and experience evacuating to the US after the Fall of Saigon. The interview is mostly in Vietnamese with some English.
  • Interview with Tammy Ngo 

    Ngo, Tammy (Center for East Asian Studies, University of Kansas., 2014)
    The video features an interview with a South Vietnamese man who spent five years in the Re-education Camp of Socialist Vietnam after the end of Vietnam War in 1975.
  • Sexual Politics in the Chinese Imperial Palace 

    McMahon, Keith; 马克梦 (Center for East Asian Studies, University of Kansas., 2014-12-02)
    Keith McMahon discusses in Chinese the manipulation, sexual prowess and espionage in the palace. His lead academic role in this complicated field allows for a revealing look into the dark, secret corners of imperial politics.
  • Story of the Zhang Family: from the Middle Kingdom to the American Midwest - Lawrence KS Based Chinese Artist Zhang Chun Hong Interview Her Mother Bai Yu Zhi 

    Zhang, Chun Hong (Interviewer); Bai, Yu Zhi (Interviewee) (University of Kansas, Center for East Asian Studies, 2016-12)
    In these videos, Artist Zhang Chun Hong interviews her mother Bai Yu Zhi about her family history and growing up in China in 1970s and 1980s.
  • Felix Moos--Center for East Asian Studies Interview: An Anthropologist's Asian Journeys 

    Moos, Felix; Greene, Megan (University of Kansas, Center for East Asian Studies, 2013-11)
    Dr. Felix Moos discusses his experiences in childhood as part of a German military family living in Manchuria, the events in his life that led to his interest in East Asian Studies, his experiences flying 100 missions in ...
  • Grant Goodman--Center for East Asian Studies Interview: Reminiscences of a 25 Year Retiree 

    Goodman, Grant K.; Greene, Megan (University of Kansas, Center for East Asian Studies, 2013-10)
    Professor Emeritus Grant Goodman discusses his role as a Japanese Language Officer for military intelligence in World War II, studies at Princeton and the University of Michigan, teaching in the Philippines, becoming a ...
  • Scott Dearborn Colby--Center for East Asian Studies Interview 

    Colby, Scott; Greene, Megan (University of Kansas, Center for East Asian Studies, 2015-04)
    Dr. Scott Colby, KU EALC (1966), talks about his experience studying East Asian Studies and Chinese language in the 1960s and early 1970s. This interview is a part of the University of Kansas Center for East Asian Studies ...
  • John Dardess--Center for East Asian Studies Interview: Me and Ming China 

    Dardess, John W.; Greene, Megan (2011)
    In this video, Professor Emeritus John Dardess relates how he came to focus on the study of Ming China, describes the strategies and resources employed in his research and outlines the primary themes of his work.