Saturday, November 5th.
9:00 to 2:00p.m. (Korean lunch provided)
Fremont Union High School District Office
589 W. Fremont Ave. Sunnyvale, CA
Complete the registration form at the following link: http://tinyurl.com/2016Koreaseminar
(Limited to the first 30 registrations) After registering online, submit your deposit payment.
Mail a deposit of $20 (as a check) to Silicon Valley Korean School at the following address: P.O. Box 3129, Santa Clara, CA 95055
You will receive your deposit at the end of the workshop.
If you registered but cannot attend, you must contact us 48 hours before the event. Registration Deadline: Nov. 1st
--Topics / Speakers--
“North Korea’s nuclear weapons program and its implications on the US and world”
By Mr. Philip Yun, Executive Director and COO of Ploughshares Fund. Former policymaker
“Why Korea Matters Today” Confucianism and Buddhism in Korea, Colonial Korea (focusing largely
on the Comfort Women issue), The Korean War, Democratization, Technology and economic
development, The Korean Wave.
By Dr. Jennifer Jung-Kim, Lecturer at UCLA, Korean history in the Dept. of Asian Languages and Cultures
“Korean Art” Monuments and art works created from the Bronze age to Korea’s last dynasty of Joseon
By Dr. Kumja P. Kim, Ph.D. in Asian Art History from Stanford Univ. in 1982. Retired Professor
from San Jose State Univ. The First Curator of Korean Art at the Asian Art Museum of S.F.
“Revised Social Studies Framework Information” about the new California History/Social Science
Framework adopted in July 2016.
By Dr. Wendy Rouse, Prof. in SJSU, History education courses