Site Policy | Center for Southeast Asian Studies Kyoto University

This website is run by the public relations committee for the Center for Southeast Asian Studies (CSEAS), Kyoto University. The site can be used in accordance with the site policy guidelines below.


All contents in the site (documents, photos, maps and other resources) are the property of the Center for Southeast Asian Studies (CSEAS) Kyoto University. CSEAS prohibits the use of any materials which are used for secondary use without prior consent (replication, reprint, alteration, distribution and public transmission).


CSEAS has ensured that content in this site is accurate, but assumes no responsibility regarding authenticity of said content. CSEAS is not responsible for any damage that may be caused as a result of use of the site. For various reasons, such as maintenance, testing, and so on, CSEAS may change or delete the information on the Site, or may suspend or terminate operation of the site without any prior notice. Concerning direct links, CSEAS is not responsible to users for any inconvenience that may be caused by changes or deletion of information. CSEAS is not responsible for information on external links carried in the site.

3.Content Use

Where content on this site is used for the purpose of research and in cases where said content is presented in research results, users are requested to acknowledge CSEAS’ copyright.


In principle all content is free to use (including all information within the site) users are free to use direct links as they see fit without contacting CSEAS prior to use. However, where links are for purposes which are not in accordance with the law, users may be requested to delete links.

5.Privacy Policy

This site may collect private information for events and future contact purposes. In accordance with the law, any information collected will not be used beyond the purpose it is collected for. For any other issues pertaining to policy this site is run in accordance with Kyoto University’s home page policy (Japanese only).

6.Google Analytics

Google Analytics services are employed to collect and analyze usage data for the purpose of website improvement. Google Analytics uses first-party cookies.
To learn about how Google Analytics handles personal information, please see this page.