In this examination of Canada-Japan twinning relationships, Canada-Asia Agenda author Dr. Scott Harrison explores the value of these initiatives for building transpacific ties and overall gains in…click here to read more.
The Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada (APF Canada) is committed to fostering the next generation of Asia Pacific researchers and practitioners. To this end, it is offering a 2-month Junior Research Fellowship for applicants with a background and interest in Indigenous – Asia Pacific business relations. Applicants should be Canadian citizens or permanent residents who are currently enrolled in an upper-level undergraduate or masters-level program, or who have completed their degree programs within the previous 12 months, and able to work full-time for the duration of the fellowship.
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Applications for Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada’s 2017 Post-Graduate Research Fellowship is April 7, 2017.
Quoted on page 4 of the University of Calgary’s 2010 Handbook for Students Going Abroad:
“Be patient and don’t give up on language learning—it’s difficult and
can be frustrating, but sit back and enjoy the whole process.”
Hokkaido University of Education
Wishing you all the best health, happiness and passion in 2011!
“Passion” doesn’t usually fit in the typical greeting, but I find it more appropriate and applicable than “prosperity.”
“What is there without positive focus? What is there without connection? In the absence of pure focused connection, there is nothing – no meaningful learning, no performing to your potential, no feeling or experiencing the moment, and no possibility of your full potential.” –Terry Orlick
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