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Asian Institute

The mission of the Asian Institute is to provide the intellectual core for cutting-edge interdisciplinary research and teaching on Asia, a continent of great historical depth and cultural richness that comprises more than half of the world's population and the second- and third-largest economies. Just as Asia's growing international influence is dramatically transforming global affairs in the 21st century, the Asian Institute is transforming our understanding of this dynamic region. More than 100 experts in the humanities and social sciences are working closely with fellow scholars, students and community members to shed new light on Asian cultures, politics, economies and histories in an effort to better understand the complex forces shaping societies in a new era of globalization. Your gift will support the growth of one of North America's foremost centres of excellence on Asia.

Asian Institute Trust

Joseph Wong Student Experience Fund

Established in honour of Professor Joseph Wong, this fund aims to enhance the undergraduate student experience by providing financial assistance for learning opportunities in Asia such as research, special projects, internships and language training.

South Asian Studies Development Fund

Donations will be directed to the Centre for South Asian Studies programming.

Tamil Studies Conference Fund

Donations support the annual conference. The May 16-17, 2014 conference is entitled "In Many Worlds: Kudi/Kudiyurimai, Belonging, and Citizenship in the Tamil Imaginary."

Peace, War and Reunification Essay Prize on Korea

The Centre for the Study of Korea is marking the 60th anniversary of the Korean War Armistice with the establishment of this essay prize, to be awarded annually to a deserving undergraduate student for the best research essay on this subject.

Centre for the Study of Korea Director's Excellence Trust

Donations will be directed to the Centre for the Study of Korea programming.

Toronto Korean Speech Contest

In support of the annual Toronto Korean Speech Contest hosted by the Centre for the Study of Korea.


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