RULES OF PROCEDURE
The Sembazuru Centre of Japanese Studies [SCJS] is a research centre without legal personality, subordinate to the Department of Asian languages and literatures and the Council of the Faculty of Letters (UBB). SCJS promotes Japanese culture in Romania and supports the developing Romanian-Japanese relationships; it has been and continues to be open to everyone interested in the Japanese language, literature and culture or to those who wish to deepen their research in Japanese studies.
- Art. 1. SCJS can develop research projects subjected to the approval of the members of the research unit.
- Art. 2. SCJS can have publications, magazines or volumes (individual or collective) financed from its own resources.
- Art. 3. SCJS can award research, specialization, doctoral scholarships, from its own resources, can receive doctoral, postdoctoral and research scholars.
- Art. 4. SCJS ensures the transparency of academic, cultural or civic programs / projects by publishing them on the research unit's website.
- Art. 5. SCJS can propose international academic cooperation; concludes collaboration agreements with similar units in the country and abroad; initiates and develops partnerships with institutions, bodies with a cultural or scientific niche.
- Art. 6. JSSC organizes scientifical manifestations.
- Art. 7. Decisions regarding JSSC are taken when the greater majority of the members are present.
- Art. 8. JSSC can improve the infrastructure by winning research grants or by obtaining sponsorships.
- Art. 9. JSSC will promote a policy for expanding the research personnel and for attracting external collaborators, national and international.
- Art.10. The board of JSSC is guaranteed by the research unity council and by the director of the Centre.
• 20th May 2022: Searching for Japan – Students’ Scientific Session
• 19th May 2022: Book Lauch: Teru Miyamoto, „Vis de primăvară” (Humanitas, 2022)
• 11th May 2022: Mr. Counsellor Tatsuo Kitagawa (Embassy of Japan) Visiting the Sembazuru Centre for Japanese Studies (Faculty of Letters BBU)
• 15th April 2022: Spring in Cluj coloured like the sakura flower
• March 2022: New editorial apparition: Florina Ilis, Romanul japonez în secolul al XX-lea
• 17th December 2021: Membership certificate of the Japan Foundation “Sakura Network” ・JF日本語ネットワーク（さくらネットワーク）メンバー証
• 13th - 16th December 2021: Let’s sing carols in Japanese! (Coord. Oana Bîrlea and Ciliana Tudorică)
• 5th December 2021: Winter Japanese story for the kids from the „ House of Joy” Orphanage
• 5th November 2021: Japanese culture on the horizon of radio ideas
• 4th November 2021: The students celebrate Day of Japanese culture文化の日祝いに・日本語学科学習者の十二俳人 (coord.: Lect. univ. dr. Florina Ilis)
• 3rd November 2021: 文化の日・Day of Japanese Culture・ TVR Cluj/TVR 3: Dialogue lines (Rodica Frențiu și Florina Ilis); Objective foreground
• 2nd November 2021: Book Launch: Rodica Frențiu, The Japanese Calligraphy in the memory of the moment (Cluj-Napoca, Cluj Univeristy Press, 2021)
• 26th -30th July 2021: Junior Summer University - 日本語・日本文化入門 - Introductory course into Japanese language and culture (in collaboration with OSUBB)
• 13th July 2021: A new editorial appearance: Rodica Frențiu, The Japanese Calligraphy in the memory of the moment (Cluj-Napoca, Cluj Univeristy Press, 2021)
• 4th July 2021: Student’s Graduation Ceremony – Class of 2021 – Specialization Japanese Language and Literature
• 2nd June 2021: 「俳句コンテスト」 - Stud. Mălina Hardulea (3rd Year, specialization Japanese-English) awarded at an international contest of Haiku
• 1st June 2021: 1st of June – Together with the children from “House of Joy”
• 14th May 2021: In Search of Japan – The Students’ Scientific Session
• 13th May 2021: Diplomacy and culture (3) – 100 years of Romanian-Japanese diplomatic relations
• 5th May 2021: 子供の日 ・ Children’s Day at the “House of Joy” Orphanage (Cluj-Napoca)
• 17th - 25th April 2021: Sakura flowers in Cluj parks
• 16th April 2021: Diplomacy and culture (2) – 100 years of Romanian-Japanese diplomatic relations
• 10th 2021: “What does it mean to be a student in Japan”, in collaboration with Romania’s Student League – Japan department
• 2nd April 2021: Diplomacy and culture – 100 years of Romanian-Japanese diplomatic relations
• 3rd March 2021: Hina Matsuri ・Holiday of the dolls at CSJS – doll donation from Prof. Dr. Emeritus Yoshihiko Ikegami and Prof. Ikuko Ikegami (University of Tokyo, Japan)
• 1st March 2021: Babeș-Bolyai University Excellence Awards 2020
Excellence award for innovative and cultural services towards society is awarded to Prof. univ. dr. Rodica Frențiu (Faculty of Letters), as acknowledgment for outstanding results in 2020
• Japan’s National Day
• Haiku poems by Florina Ilis translated into Hungarian