The UM Ichiban Club held "Yukata Day" last Friday (21 April) with the purpose of providing students a first-hand experience in traditional J...
24 Apr 2017
11 Jan 2017
The Japanese Characters (Katakana and Hiragana) Competition was held throughout the week of 12 – 23 September 2016. This is the fifth compet...
30 Sep 2016
Prof. Toshiyuki Zennyoji gives talk on Systematic Kanji Tree and Teaching Kanji to University Students
Prof. Toshiyuki Zennyoji was invited to give a talk on Systematic Kanji Tree and Teaching Kanji to University Students on 27 September 2016 ...
28 Sep 2016
The history of Japanese language education goes back to 1981 when the University of Macau was founded. The Centre for Japanese Studies (CJS) was established in 1991 and currently offers a programme leading to the degree of Bachelor of Arts.
Beyond regular course study, the Centre offers opportunities for students to communicate in Japanese with native speakers outside of class.
Gather and communicate with student trainees from Japan in an informal setting
Organize Ichiban Day and other activities on campus to promote Japanese culture to students and faculty
Go to Japan during the summer recess and participate in a variety of Japanese cultural activities
Study in Japan, for one year and take courses from various fields together with native Japanese students