Cultural events

2021/3/17

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Events organized by other organizations

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French and Japanese Language Exchanges at Espace Japon, Université Laval

For those at the intermediate and advanced levels.

Date[s] and Time[s]:

Every other Monday from January 18, 2021
From 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Location:

Online via Discord

Fee:

Free

For more info:

Email


International Festival of Films on Art (FIFA)

Includes Japan-related works.

Date[s] and Time[s]:

March 16 (Tue) to 28 (Sun), 2021

For more info:

Website


Nadeshicon

Japanese culture festival, normally held in Québec City but this year online.

Date[s] and Time[s]:

March 27 (Sat) and 28 (Sun), 2021

Location:

Online

For more info:

Website


Conference: "Les recompositions de "la transit metropolis" japonaise (Tokyo et Osaka) face au déclin démographique et urbain" (FR)

Date[s] and Time[s]:

March 31 (Wed), 2021, at 12:00 p.m.

Fee:

Free

Location:

Online

For more info:

Website


Japanese Book Club

The Argo Bookshop and the JET Alumni Association Québec/Atlantique (JETAA Q/A) invite you to their Japanese literature book club. This 25th edition held online will discuss "The Forest of Wool and Steel" by Miyashita Natsu.
No knowledge of the Japanese language required; the book can be read in any language.

Date[s] and Time[s]:

May 27 (Thu), 2021, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. EST

Location:

Online via Zoom

Fee:

Free

For more info:

Website | Email


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