Japanese Studies Association of Thailand (JSAT), an academic forum for Japanese studies scholars and researchers from various universities and research institutes in Bangkok and other regions, with close collaboration of Faculty of Liberal Arts, Thammasat University, organized the thirteen annual conference of Japanese Studies in Thailand, entitled “From Heisei to Reiwa” on 14th – 15th November 2019 at Faculty of Liberal Arts, Thammasat University Tha Prachan Campus, Bangkok. The purposes of the conference are to provide an academic forum for Thai scholars and researchers of Japanese Studies to exchange their knowledge and views; and to strengthen the network of Thai scholars and researchers on Japanese Studies in the country.
More than 200 participants including scholars, researchers from Thailand and foreign countries, as well as undergraduate and graduate students took part at this significant 2-day meeting to share and present their research papers, strengthening relations and academic networks. For those who missed this conference, please feel free to check it out at the past VDO and photo at JSAT’s facebook below.
Past event of JSAT and its Archiving VDO:
Download for 13th JSAT Conference Handbook