The 2nd Joint Student Forum on Cultural Diversity, Exhibition, and Exchange from a Global Perspective
The 2nd Joint Student Forum on Cultural Diversity, Exhibition, and Exchange from a Global Perspective

Date : 21 February 2017 (Tuesday)
Time : 10:00-18:00
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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Speakers Topics
HANDA Yuri
(The University of Tokyo)
Art Becoming Propaganda
HAO Zixun
(City University of Hong Kong)
Conversation with Writing Traditions in Chinese Contemporary Ink Art
ZHANG Qianyun
(City University of Hong Kong)
Problems about the Integration of Chinese and Western Bibliography – From Perspective on Origin of Chinese Geren Zhushu Mulu(個人著述目錄)
CHEN Ying
(City University of Hong Kong)
Educating Children as National Agenda: A Study on Animated Film Princess Iron Fan (1941)
ZHAO Qi
(The University of Tokyo)
Struggles in Creating Traditional Chinese Architecture Images in 1960s' Hong Kong Costume Films: A Study on the Settings of The Last Woman of Shang (妲己) (1964)
MASUDA Chika
(The University of Tokyo)
The Discrepancy between Praxis and Policies of “Kyosei”(coexistence): A case study of local community in Japan
YOSHIDA Naoko
(The University of Tokyo)
The Struggles for Freedom and Peace among Young Okinawan Students in 60s: A Challenge and Defeat of Kokichi NAKAYA
WONG Ka Lok
(City University of Hong Kong)
Life of Sangleys in the Spanish Manila, 1571-1603
CHEN Fei
(The University of Tokyo)
Dissembling Empire: Ideal of Nation-state, Pursuit of Freedom, and the Discourse of Local Self-government among Radicalized Han Chinese Students in Meiji Japan, 1895-1911

Session Chairs / Discussants

  • Prof. LI Hsiao-ti (City University of Hong Kong)
  • Prof. CHING May Bo (City University of Hong Kong)
  • Prof. HON Tze-ki (City University of Hong Kong)
  • Dr CHU Margaret (City University of Hong Kong)
  • Dr LIN Shaoyang (The University of Tokyo)
  • Dr NEGI Akihide (The University of Tokyo)
  • Dr Kenny Kwok-kwan NG (City University of Hong Kong)

All CAH staff and students are welcome

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


Last updated: 22 March 2017