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EIAS NEWSLETTER JANUARY 2024

Now that we have entered 2024 after the holidays and winter break, we would like to wish you all the very best for the New Year. As this year is a special one for EIAS, celebrating its 35th anniversary, we look forward to a year of festivities and wonderful activities on EU-Asia Affairs. Enjoy the read of this January’s edition of our EIAS Newsletter, we look forward to welcoming you at one of our upcoming events and activities, and even as a new EIAS Member.  

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EIAS Membership – Become a Member

Join the EIAS Community and become a Member under our newly launched EIAS Membership Programme. EIAS membership gives you access to our professional expertise and high-level networking opportunities, including members-only events, as well as privileged access not only to our in-house expertise but also to our network of EU and Asian experts, institutions, organisations and high-ranking officials from Asia and the EU. EIAS produces a wide range of publications, in-depth analyses, research papers and policy briefs, of which a wide variety are only accessible to our members. EIAS experts are also available for consultation on the latest EU-Asia policy developments. 

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Viet Nam – EU Trade Forum 2023

The European Institute for Asian Studies contributed to the 2023 Viet Nam – EU Trade Forum with an online presentation by EIAS Director Ms Lin Goethals on “Accompanying the manufacturing industry under pressure of green & sustainable development”. The Forum took place in Ho Chi Minh City on 27 November 2023.

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EIAS NEWSLETTER OCTOBER 2023

We are delighted to send you the overview of our actvities of the past busy month of October through our newsletter. Have a wonderful read and we look forward to seeing you at one of our next activities in the near future.

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INDIALOGUE Festival 21-24 November 2023

INDIALOGUE is a biennial festival in Ghent and Leuven that focuses on dialogue and exchange with the Indian art world. With this multidisciplinary 4-day festival, organisers Maghenta and India House Leuven aim for a stimulating and innovative exchange between contemporary and (more) traditional performing arts. Besides programming high-quality work, it aims to be a creative hub for less dominant artistic expressions through new collaborations, artistic blends and unexpected encounters.

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