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East Asian Library Group Study Rooms. ELIGIBILITY. Only UC Berkeley students, faculty and staff with a current UC Berkeley Cal 1 Card may use the Group Study Room. You must use your @berkeley.edu email address to make a reservation. RESERVING A STUDY ROOM. In 1998, ASEAN Plus Three established The East Asian Vision Group of eminent persons which reported in 2001. In turn in 2001 the East Asian Study Group was established. In 2002, ASEAN Plus Three received the Final Report of the East Asian Study Group. This included a recommendation to establish an East Asia Summit.

countries, China, Japan, and Korea agreed to establish the East Asia Vision Group (EAVG) and the East Asia Study Group (EASG) in December 1998 and November 2000 respectively. The EAVG, consisting of eminent intellectuals from ASEAN countries, China, Japan, and Korea, submitted its Report to the Summit in Brunei Darussalam in 2001. The EASG. East Asian studies is a distinct multidisciplinary field of scholarly enquiry and education that promotes a broad humanistic understanding of East Asia past and present. The field includes the study of the region's culture, written language, history and political institutions.East Asian Studies is located within the broader field of Asian studies and is also interdisciplinary in character.

The East Asia Study Group (EASG) is a forum for discussion for PAIS academic staff and doctoral researchers on a range of issues related to East Asia.The objective of this group is to stay abreast of the latest political, social and economic developments in East Asia and allow its participants to form and share their views among peers working on the region. Aug 21, 2018 · The mission of the Study Group is to provide a forum for ICTM members from all parts of the world who share an interest in the music of East Asia, broadly defined musically and geographically, including East Asian music in the diaspora as well as indigenous, transplanted, and syncretic music within East Asian countries.