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ASIS – Icelandic Centre for Asian Studies = ASÍS, The Icelandic Centre for Asian StudiesCitation:
ASÍS – Icelandic Centre for Asian Studies was founded on 16 Desember 2005 at the University of Akureyri but moved to the University of Iceland in the autumn of 2007.
As the name suggests, the Centre seeks to increase understanding and appreciation of the Asian region among Icelandic academics, students and general public. Since its establishment, it has played a central role in expanding contacts with Asian or Asia-related institutes of research and higher education at the University of Iceland. It administers the university's contact and collaboration with the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies (NIAS) and membership of the Nordic NIAS Council (NNC).
The Chinese studies programme at the University of Iceland was designed and constructed by ASIS, and it also oversaw the establishment of the Northern Light Confucius Institute. The university's memberships of the Nordic Centre at Fudan University in Shanghai and the Nordic Centre in India are both administered by ASIS.
A number of events, conferences, symposia, lectures, etc., have been and are expected to be held by ASIS.http://www.hi.is/en/school_of_humanities_departments/faculty_of_foreign_languages/research/asis_%E2%80%93_icelandic_centre_for_asian_studies more Language: eng English, ice Icelandic
Scandinavia-Japan Sasakawa Foundation Citation:
The objectives of the Scandinavia-Japan Sasakawa Foundation are to enhance friendly relations between the five Nordic countries and Japan and to promote exchange between the peoples of the countries concerned, to increase international understanding and to attain peace in the world.
The Foundation fulfills its objectives by providing grants and scholarships to organizations, institutions and individuals in the Nordic countries and Japan. The aim is to promote research, development, education and training mainly within medicine, the humanities, social and natural sciences and technology.
The Foundation was established in 1985 by a donation from the Japan Shipbuilding Industry Foundation; today renamed The Nippon Foundation, which is chartered by the Japanese Government.
Today, assets managed by the SJSF amount to approximately 300 MSEK. During the period 1986 – 2008 close to 5,000 scholarships and grants - equivalent to MSEK 220 - have been awarded to recipients in the Nordic countries and Japan.
The Foundation has its legal domicile in Stockholm, Sweden, and is subject to Swedish law and supervision.http://www.sjsf.se/ more Language: dan Danish, fin Finnish, ice Icelandic, jpn Japanese, nor Norwegian, swe Swedish
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