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Language: Hungarian (8)
Department of East Asian Studies, Chinese Studies Section Citation:
The Department of Asian Studies is the only one of its kind in Hungary. The original East Asian Institute was founded in 1924 at Péter Pázmány University (Eötvös Loránd University since 1949), where Chinese and Japanese Language and culture were taught. [...] At present the department has two majors: Chinese and Japanese. [...] Moreover, novel subprograms were established within the responsibility area of the department, partly under an unprecedented project of collaboration with the Department of Inner-Asiatic Studies: the program of the history of Buddhism, and the Korean program. The two-year Korean program was set up in 1997 with the aid of the Korea Foundation, in which Korean language, literature, history and Buddhism are taught. In the last couple of years, Vietnamese has also been taught in the frame of our department. [...] The department offers courses in modern and classical Chinese, translation practice, ancient and modern history, classical and modern literature, the history of arts in the Far East, philology and history of Chinese drama.http://www.btk.elte.hu/kinai/ more Language: eng English, hun Hungarian
Government Information Office : Republic of China (Taiwan)Description:
This official government information site of Taiwan provides useful information on the ROC such as Visa application regulations, studying on Taiwan, members of the current government etc.http://www.gio.gov.tw/ more Language: chi Chinese, cze Czech, dut Dutch; Flemish, eng English, fre French, ger German, hun Hungarian, jpn Japanese, kor Korean, pol Polish, por Portuguese, rus Russian, spa Spanish; Castilian
Hopp Ferenc Kelet-Ázsiai Művészeti Múzeum = Ferenc Hopp Museum of Eastern Asiatic ArtsCitation:
The Museum was founded in 1919 by the company owner, world traveller, collector and patron of art Ferenc Hopp (b. 1833, d.
1919), who bequeathed his Oriental collection of approximately 4,000 items to the state, for the purposes of establishing a museum of Oriental arts. The collection was eventually housed and exhibited in Hopp's villa in Andrassy Street [in Budapest]. Since 1923 the villa has been operating as a museum; at the time of its foundation it was and it still remains the sole museum of Oriental arts in Hungary.http://www.hoppmuzeum.hu/ more Language: eng English, hun Hungarian
Official homepage of Ômoto. Homepage also available in rômaji. Information on the founder-family Deguchi; festivals at Ômoto; information on the "uta-matsuri" with photos and explanation of expressions in relation to Ômoto; the teaching; a list of publications of Ômoto sorted by the authors; FAQ about the world, the hell and the heaven; the relation of the founders to art objects especially the forming of tea bowls and photos of them; FAQ on Ômoto; various information-pamphlets to order; about "baishôen" one place of Ômoto´s origin in Ayabe and the other place in Kameoka named "tenonkyô"; information on the buildings at "baishôen" and at "tanonkyô" with photos and a list of events, which are hold there; various texts of Deguchi Onisaburô; about lessons at Ômoto; a video about the Ômoto, their teaching and "baishôen"; information on the content of the lessons, when they are hold and how much they cost; all about the life at "baishôen" and what doing during the lessons; comments of people who attended the lessons; train schedule from Kyôto to Kameoka and Ayabe with access map; texts about the negative position of Ômoto against bioethics and the organ donation; texts written by non-japanese people about their experience with Ômoto; actual activities of Ômoto with photos; a search engine for searching at the homepage of Ômoto and the internet.http://www.oomoto.or.jp/index.html more Language: eng English, epo Esperanto, hun Hungarian, jpn Japanese, mon Mongolian, por Portuguese, rus Russian
サイエントロジー参考文献 : 現代宗教の理論と実践Description:
Japanese version of an official site of the Church of Scientology International (available in 13 languages); the book “Theology and Practice of a Contemporary Religion” can be downloaded as PDF file or read online; links to Scientology-related sites; Scientology glossary; link to the Scientology book store; link to the official Scientology web site;http://japanese.theology.scientology.org/ more Language: dan Danish, dut Dutch; Flemish, eng English, fre French, ger German, gre Greek, Modern (1453-), heb Hebrew, hun Hungarian, ita Italian, jpn Japanese, rus Russian, spa Spanish; Castilian, swe Swedish
Japanese version of an official information site by the Church of Scientology International; available in 13 languages; information on history, teachings, backgrounds, philosophy, scriptures and activities of Scientology; introduction of L. Ron Hubbard, Scientology's founder; services offered by Scientology, including books, movies and lectures/classes; advices how to deal with difficulties, on ethics and judicial matters; glossary with Scientology related terms; Scientology's development: statistics and growth; Scientology catechism; contact data; link to Scientology bookstore;http://japanese.whatisscientology.org/ more Language: dan Danish, dut Dutch; Flemish, eng English, fre French, ger German, gre Greek, Modern (1453-), heb Hebrew, hun Hungarian, ita Italian, jpn Japanese, nor Norwegian, rus Russian, spa Spanish; Castilian, swe Swedish
Japán alapítvány = The Japan Foundation Office, BudapestCitation:
The office has been established in 1991 after a Japanese-Hungarian intergovernmental decision, as the eleventh of the foreign offices belonging to Japan Foundation. It's activity covers not only Hungary but the countries of the central-eastern European region as well. The Japan Foundation Office in Budapest is meant to take Hungarian-Japanese cultural relations to a greater depth, which is supported by carrying out the programs the Japan Foundation launches each year all over the world, offering opportunities in the field of Arts and Cultural Exchange, Japanese-Language Education Overseas and Japanese Studies and Intellectual Exchange.
The Budapest Office organizes and supports programs and events independent from the official programs of the Tokyo headquarters.
In 2006 March the office has been moved to the Oktogon, where visitors can enjoy our facilites in a bigger and renewed form. Inside of the establishment we run a library, Japanese language courses, host lectures related to Japanese culture and smaller exhibitions, while outside of the office we have a tradition of organizing cinematic events and traveling exhibitions, furthermore we are active in theatrical and musical productions.http://www.japanalapitvany.hu/ more Language: eng English, hun Hungarian, jpn Japanese
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