Southeast Asian Studies Program
Graduate School
Chulalongkorn University

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Introduction

Southeast Asia has long been the crossroad of civilization, trade, communication and power due to its strategic location.

The region has become a well-known tourist destination, region of rich biodiversity, economic growth and dynamic political development. It has inspired a great number of studies in various disciplines contributing to a vast body of knowledge on the region

Southeast Asia avails itself to scrutiny, scholastic challenges, and positive reactions to new-millennium changes. Through ASEAN, it seeks to enhance regional endeavor by formulating the East Asian Community with close cooperation with China, Japan, South Korea, and India. The dynamic growth of East Asia has captured worldwide attention where the opportunity for mutual benefit is wide open. Ethnic and religious tension challenges scholars as well as policy makers in their attempt to reach solution.

News & Activities

Study trip to Lopburi and Ayutthaya 8-9 Dec 2017

SEAs program took all students who study "SOUTHEAST ASIAN CIVILIZATION" to Lopburi and Ayuthaya.

 


Thesis defense 28 Nov 2017

Mr. Peng Hou presented his thesis “SPELLING ERRORS IN THAI MADE BY CHINESE AND LAO STUDENTS SPEAKING THAI AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE”

 


Special Talk-Japan's reconciliation diplomacy and its implication

The program would like to thank you Professor Toshiya NAKAMURA from Institute of Global Studies, Nagoya University to give a special talk on 2 November 2017.

 


Congratulations to our students, Academic Year 2016

Congratulations to our 7 students, Academic Year 2016 at SEAS office. DATE: Thursday 28 September 2017 from 7.00-10.30.

 


Thesis defense 22 Sep 2017

Mr. Kevin Mark Lee, Master’s Degree student in Southeast Asian Studies program, Graduate School, Chulalongkorn University, presented his thesis “A NEW MULTILATERAL ELECTRICITY TRADING MODEL FOR ASEAN”

 


Field Trip to Bangkok National Museum

Dr.Wannasarn Noonsuk who teach Southeast Asian Arts and Culture course took 12 students to Bangkok National Museum on 1st September 2017.