[KS] December activities, RAS Korea
ansonjae at sogang.ac.kr
Sun Dec 1 21:40:04 EST 2013
Members of this list residing in Korea might like to join us
President, RAS Korea
Upcoming Lectures (in the 2nd-floor Residents Lounge of Somerset Palace)
Tuesday, December 10, A Special Introduction to Korean Shamanism, by Dr. Yang Jongsung and two shamans (to be followed by a visit to his Museum of Shamanism on the following Sunday, December 15) http://www.raskb.com/content/special-introduction-korean-shamanism
Tuesday, December 17 (nb, 3rd Tuesday of the month) Jocelyn Clark and friends: A Musical Evening to celebrate the end of the year
Tuesday, January 7, (nb, 1st Tuesday of the month), Roger Shepherd: The Baekdu Daegan as One Mountain System http://www.raskb.com/content/baekdu-daegan-one-mountain-system
Tuesday, Jan 21, (nb, third Tuesday of the month) Hank Morris: Korea in the Asian Crisis of '97-'98: the 'IMF Crisis in Korea
Saturday, December 7, Shopping Spree (Sue Bae) To help you prepare your gifts for the festive season? http://www.raskb.com/content/shopping-spree-tour
Sunday, December 8, Tongdosa temple (Br. Anthony) A short visit to a fascinating temple housing a relic of the Buddha. http://www.raskb.com/content/tongdo-sa-temple
Sunday December 15, A visit to the Museum of Shamanism in northern Seoul (following on from the Tuesday lecture) http://www.raskb.com/content/tour-museum-shamanism
Saturday December 21, Naejang-san (Sue Bae) Korean nature is beautiful even in winter!
RAS Business & Culture Club
The Business & Culture Club provides practical opportunity for business people so that they can improve their knowledge of Korean culture and history. The Business & Culture (B&C) club holds monthly networking sessions to experience a variety of Korean traditional and cultural events. Click on https://www.facebook.com/groups/203653779816941/ to join the Facebook Group
Visit to the National Museum of Korea
Wednesday, December 18, 7pm, Korean Ceramics and the Maritime Silk Road
(Open to RAS members and friends without charge. Please sign up by email to our office)
Usually meets on the the first Monday of each month. Click on
https://www.facebook.com/groups/310089762388048/ to apply to join the Facebook Group for the Reading Club, where you can check the date for the next meeting and (usually) download the text of the work to be discussed.
We are launching regular monthly meetings for those engaged in Korean Studies, either in an academic setting or as freelance amateurs. The main aim is to bring together people from various institutions and backgrounds, who otherwise never meet despite their common interest. If you are interested in joining the Colloquium, please write to Brother Anthony at ansonjae at gmail.com
See http://www.raskb.com/ for full details of all our activities as well as our books for sale and our library.
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