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Hong Kong on the Brink

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Korea in the Ancient and Early Medieval World (1st c. BCE -1170CE)

Teaching China in the Age of Covid-19

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Ties That Bind: Connecting the U.S. and East Asia

Making Japan Modern: Japan’s Rise and the Pacific War

Ties That Bind: Connecting the U.S. and East Asia (for Minnesota teachers)

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Modern Chinese History through Film and Literature Two Case Studies for the Classroom

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Afro-Asian Ties: Sino-Black Relations

Connecting Students to East Asia with Images, Maps and Texts

Contemporary Issues Course: Borders, Migrations, and Ethnicities: Three Case Studies in Teaching about China Today

East Asian Case Studies in Human Geography: Population, Migration, and Innovation

The Chinese World View: Beyond Confucianism and Daoism

From Our Classrooms to Yours: Picture This! Traveling Through Time with Japanese Art and Manga

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Shiver, Junji Ito’s manga horror short story collection

East Asian Design: Architecture and Urbanism

The Satsuma Rebellion: Illustrated Japanese History – The Last Stand of the Samurai

Nagasaki: Life after Nuclear War, a Conversation with author Susan Southard

Global Issues Through Literature: Factory Girls by Leslie T. Chang

Asia for Your Classroom: World History, Current Events, and Asian Studies

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China: Where We Are At

Teaching About Climate Change with Choices: Vulnerabilities, Responsibilities, and Action

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Teaching the Impact of Japan’s Invasion of Manchuria: The Lin Family Shop

Recovery and the Challenges of Success: Continuity and Change in Japan Since 1945

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South and North Korea: Where We Are At

Perspectives in East Asian Art

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