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The CEAS Archive is a repository of digital information about past CEAS activities.

Above: This photo of Wallace Johnson with an old Chinese typewriter is one of many in the CEAS 50 year photo archive. Click the photo to see the gallery, or see the link below.


CEAS 50-Year Photo Archive
See photos from the earlier history of CEAS.


Kakehashi Project: Bridge for Tomorrow
A 2014 study tour of Japan and related activities.


Environment: Asia (PDF, full web site archive)
This website is devoted to providing information about environmental developments, policy and conditions in China, Japan and Korea. Based on input from a teacher focus group, we have designed the website to work on two levels: as a point of inspiration for teachers teaching about this subject and as an information zone for students studying this subject.


KAS: Kansas Asia Scholars 2010-2011 (PDF, full web site archive)
View the original web site


KAS: Kansas Asia Scholars 2002-2006 (PDF, full web site archive)
View the original web site


KCIES: Kansas in the World (PDF, full web site archive)
View the original web site


KACC: Kansas/Asian Community Connection (PDF, full web site archive)
View the original web site


Global Partners Project


 


 
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