Dept. of East Asian Languages and Cultures
East Asian Languages and Cultures is a department of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. The department offers the Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) major and minor, Master of Arts (M.A.), and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degrees. The department offers courses in the languages, literatures, societies, and cultures of China, Japan, and Korea. The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has long enjoyed a national and international reputation as a center for East Asian studies. For more information see the department website at http://www.ealc.uiuc.edu/.
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(2017-04-19)This study investigated the role of working memory (WM) and input direction in the use of sentence build-up drills (SBD). Thirty Chinese L2 speakers participated in the experiment, which consisted of a SBD test, a R-span ...
(2017-04-11)After the Chinese government blocked Facebook in 2008 and Twitter in 2009 in mainland China, perspicacious Chinese Internet service providers have invented alternative social media platforms. Sina Weibo is one of them. ...
(2017-02-13)The Institute of International Education’s 2012 survey shows that Korean international students in the USA add up to 72, 295 students, including 21,260 graduate students (Institute of International Education, 2013). A ...
(2016-12-02)My dissertation looks at Shaw Brothers’ historical epics and huangmei musicals that dominated the Chinese film market in the 1960s. Shaw Brothers’ historical epics and huangmei musicals often center on female characters. ...
(2016-08-11)This study explores of the religious underpinnings of medieval Noh theater and its operating as a form of ritual. As a multifaceted performance art and genre of literature, Noh is understood as having rich and diverse ...