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NUS Module Review: GEH1015 Cultural Borrowing Japan and China

This module does not cover modern Japan and China in case you were wondering. So none of that pop culture is involved. Some focus on Buddhism and Confucius

is also involved.

All tests are open book. Mid terms was a timed test during lecture and finals was take home. Besides that there is also a book report(you get to choose from a list of books )and a pretty fun group project. tutorials are super chill with Dr Hislop. I would say that this module tests your ability to put forth your ideas and points clearly, while the content portion can be easily referenced if you have understood the gist of the notes and lectures. I ended up getting an A- and i was very surprised. Overall i would say that the workload of this module is quite low.

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