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    KGK: East Asian Studies Undergraduate Students' Association


    KGK stand for Kanpai, Ganbei, Konbae or "cheers" in all three of the East Asian languages (Japanese, Chinese and Korean). The KGK is a departmental association that acts as a liaison between the Department of East Asian Studies and the students within the department. It also provides support for the students in East Asian Studies and hosts social events to create a fun, welcoming environment between all disciplines. 

    To stay up to date with department events, guest speakers, study abroad opportunities, and other East Asia related information, please like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/kgkuofa 

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to e-mail us at: kgk@ualberta.ca and we will be happy to assist you!

 

Chinese Conversation Club:

Club Time for Fall 2014:
Fridays, 2:00 - 4:00pm in BUS B 5
Drop-ins of all levels are welcome at any time in the year~!

The club is a resource for any individuals currently learning Mandarin who want to practice their oral Mandarin skills in a fun and casual environment. We also welcome native and advanced Mandarin speakers to join us as facilitators.There are no fees associated with the club.

Currently, the Chinese Conversation Club (CCC) is run under the KGK: East Asian Studies Undergraduate Students' Association. For more information, please contact us at kgk@ualberta.ca


Japanese Conversation Club:

Club Time for Fall 2014:
Fridays, 3:00 - 5:00pm in CAB 269
Drop-ins of all levels are welcome at any time in the year~!

The club is a resource for any individuals currently learning Japanese who want to practice their oral Japanese skills in a fun and causal environment. We also converse for an hour in English to benefit any Japanese speakers looking to improve their spoken English. There are no fees associated with the club.

Currently, the Japanese Conversation Club (JCC) is run under the KGK: East Asian Studies Undergraduate Students' Association. For more information, please contact us at kgk@ualberta.ca or check our their Facebook page by following the link below: 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/234698850029474/