News and Events - Year 2003
April 29, 2003: “Middle East Crisis: A Japanese Perspective”
Lecture by Makoto Oda, Wang Center.
May 7, 2003: "100 Years in America: The Japanese Americans”
Talk by Joan MiyazakiAssociation (Lecture Room 1, Charles B. Wang Center)
Organized by the Wang Center, the JCSB, and the Asian-American Faculty and Staff Association
June 6 & 7, 2003: Kenny Endo’s Taiko performance and family workshop
Wang Center Theater. Organized by the Wang Center. Cosponsored with the JCSB and Long Island Japanese.
September 3, 2003: Noma Award
The Japan Center at Stony Brook received Kodansha’s book donation to commemorate the presentation of the 14th (2003) Noma Award for the Translation of Japanese Literature to Mr. Jay Rubin, who translated Haruki Murakami’s “The Wind-up Bird Chronicle”(Nejimakidori Kuronikuru) into English.
September 11, 2003: Sweet Peace
Wang Center Chapel. Organized by the Wang Center. Cosponsored with the JCSB.
October 19th, 22nd, and 29th, 2003: Japan Film Classics
Tampopo (Juzo Itami/ 1985)
High and Low (Tengoku to jigoku) (Akira Kurosawa/1963)
Cure (Kiyoshi Kurosawa/ 1997)
Organized by the JCSB and the Wang Center