International Conference on Cultural Diversity, Exhibition, and Exchange from a Global Perspective
International Conference on Cultural Diversity, Exhibition, and Exchange from a Global Perspective

Date : 29 March 2016 (Tuesday)
Venue : R6143, 6/F., Amenities Building, City University of Hong Kong
Language: English

 

 

Co-organised by:
Department of Chinese and History, City University of Hong Kong
Integrated Human Sciences Program for Cultural Diversity, The University of Tokyo

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Session One 09:30-12:10

Speaker Topic
Prof. CHING May Bo
(City University of Hong Kong)
Seeing Myself through Seeing the Atayal: A Dialogue between History and Anthropology
Dr. LIN Shaoyang
(The University of Tokyo)
Rediscovery of “the West Regions”: Meiji Japan’s Rediscovery of Buddhism through Max Müller and Another Starting Point of Japanese Sinology
Dr. Kenny Kwok-kwan NG
(City University of Hong Kong)
Cold War, Colonialism, and Hollywood: The Utopia of a Cantonese Film Project

Session Two (Students’ Joint Forum) 14:00-18:55

Speaker Topic
LI You
(City University of Hong Kong)
Landscape and Topography: The “Shengjin” Landscape Paintings of Ming-Qing Nanjing (1368-1700)
Yoko FUJISHIMA
(The University of Tokyo)
The Shift of Museums in a Consumerist Society: In the Perspective of Analysis of Fashion Shows
CHEN Haiyin
(The University of Tokyo)
China’s Modern Art between Politics and Aesthetics in Post-Mao Period: An Approach from Sociological Concept Analysis
Lillian TSAY
(The University of Tokyo)
The Gustatory Gaze: The Representations of Taiwanese Food in Japanese Travel Media
Yusuke KOIZUMI
(The University of Tokyo)
A New Viewpoint for Agrarian Transformation in Indonesia: Through an Analysis of Population Census Data
WONG Chun Kit
(City University of Hong Kong)
Inheriting and Transforming the Ghost: The Commercialized and Gendered Painted Skin
Hiroko TANABE
(The University of Tokyo)
London City and Theatres in Elizabethan Era

Discussant from The University of Tokyo:

NA Xifang

 

All are Welcome

Enquiry: Department of Chinese and History, City University of Hong Kong
Tel: 3442 2054
Email: cah@cityu.edu.hk


Last updated: 07 April 2016