was established at Tamkang University in Taiwan. In Chinese it is called 淡江大學村上春樹研究中心 (Danjiang daxue Cunshang Chunshu yanjiu zhongxin), and the English name is "Center for Murakami Haruki Studies in Tamkang University."
This is what the logo looks like:
And here is the link to the Center's website:
An article published by the Japan News on November 6 says that, "The center’s goal is not only studying Murakami’s works as literature, but also comprehensively studying the economic effects and social influence brought about by those works." The Center, headed by Professor Tseng Ch'iu-kuei 曾秋桂, is also planning to organize international symposia on Murakami's writing.
Here is a picture from the opening ceremony:
Motoyuki Shibata, the renowned translator of American literature, gave a lecture at the ceremony, and he can be seen in the above picture (eighth from the right). Also shown (far left, in white) is Lai Ming-chu, the Taiwanese translator of Murakami's works.
To read the whole Japan News story, go to: http://the-japan-news.com/news/article/0001695726.