The Japanese Center for Culture, Economics, and Academia will have its own modern facilities that can be accessed by members of the university and people living in the capital.
The Japanese Center is currently being built in the CAI Piazza in the Universidad de los Andes. It will host a library on Japanese culture, a multi-purpose room, classrooms, a terrace, an exhibition room, and a one-hundred person capacity auditorium.
The Japanese Center for Culture, Economics, and Academia will be made a reality thanks to the support of the government and businessmen from the Asian country. It is being built as part of the 110th anniversary of Colombo-Japanese diplomatic relations.
Experts research caves in Patagonia. Andrés Burbano from the Department of Design at the university carried out the photogrammetry of the site.
He laid the first brick of the information center for culture, economy, and academia of the oriental country.
Article by Hugo Fazio Vengoa, dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences, on the nine months of Russian revolution (February to October 1917).