Japan
People: Shun Hioki

Shun Hioki studied law at Keio University in Japan before moving to Oxford to study for his Masters.  An expert violinist since the age of three, he founded Orchestra MOTIF, with the charitable...

Video: Orchestra MOTIF

University of Oxford Law Student and Founder of Orchestra MOTIF, Shun Hioki, talks with Voices from Oxford's Ian Hodgson.

Video: Modern China

Prof Rana MItter, Director of the University of Oxford China Centre and Professor of the History and Politics of Modern China is interviewed by Prof Denis Noble, Emeritus Professor of...

Video: Influences on Modern Japanese Culture

Prof Jennifer Guest, Associate Professor of Japanese and a Fellow of the Queen's College, University of Oxford is interviewed by Director of Voices from Oxford, Dr Sung Hee Kim.

Video: The Literature of Medieval Japan

The Tale of Genji is Japan's most famous medieval literary text, perhaps the equivalent of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales.

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