"Making Sense of North Korea" at 16:00-18:00, in J311 Abstract: With a robust nuclear weapons program, an enduring conflict with the US and South Korea and now in the midst of a transition to a young, untested new leader, Kim Jong Un, North Korea remains a country as important as it is misunderstood.
The famous South Korean director Mr. Kang Je-Gyu last Friday (4 October) visited the University of Macau (UM) to participate in a Q&A session with the students following the screening of his latest blockbuster, My Way (2011). Mr. Kang Je-Gyu encouraged the students not to fear difficulties in the pursuit of their dreams.
Prof. Ola Soderstrom, Professor of Social and Cultural Geography at the Institute of Geography, University of Neuchatel, Switzerland, presented his recent research on public space policy in Hanoi, Vietnam. [...] Abstract: Hanoi is an aspiring 'world city' in a country with the third growth in GPD in Asia and the most important urbanization