More than 60 companies from Shanghai will attend the event, exploring trade and investment opportunities in Estonia.
Tallinn King Sejong Institute will organise Korean culture events on 11 April.
The objective of the workshop is to inquire into relations between business and Buddhism through an interdisciplinary manner.
Tartu Ärinõuandla is organizing on 12th of December an Indian target market seminar.
December 6th, famous Chinese playwright Mrs Wang Liping will give an open lecture in Tallinn University.
The conference is organized by University of Tartu Asian Center in cooperation with Estonian Society for the Studies of Religions, Department of Estonian and Comparative Folklore (UT) and School of Theology and Religious Studies (UT).
The next INIMKOND will be held on the 9th of November will start at 18.00 in Tallinn University in the room A-325 with anthropologist and Asian researcher Johan Lindquist.
This INIMKOND will showcase two anthropologists who will present a case study of Iban weavers from Rumah Gare, Sarawak, Malaysia - a community business that was born out of Dr. Jehom's anthropological work in the community.