2015 No.4
ICS Luncheons, Institute of Chinese Studies
 

The ICS provides a setting for exchanges among scholars in Chinese Studies at the University. Luncheons are therefore planned as monthly informal gatherings during term time. Scholars are invited to give presentations on their recent research interests and future directions in the broad area of Chinese studies.

The luncheons take place from 12:30 to 2:00 pm in the Activities Room, 2/F Art Museum East Wing, ICS. Details are as follows

DateGuestTopic
Monday,
29 February, 2016
Professor Harrod Mok Kar-leung
Department of Fine Arts
"Deng Erya's Calligraphy: A Discourse Originating from the Collection of the Art Museum"
Monday,
21 March, 2016
Dr. Chen Fong Ching
Institute of Chinese Studies
"The Evolution of the Western View of the World" (To be confirmed)
Monday,
25 April 2016
Professor Huang Tsung-yi Michelle
Department of Cultural and Religious Studies
To be confirmed


For further details on the luncheons, please visit the ICS website.

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