2015 No.4
News
  • Congratulations on Acceptance! –Journal of Chinese Studies is accepted into the 2015 THCI Core List!
  • Hop Wai Short-term Research Grant (2016–2017)
  • Young Scholars' Forum in Chinese Studies 2016 will be held on 19–21 May 2016
  • Call for admission: Chinese Culture Workshop Series by the ICS
  • Lee Hysan Visiting Scholar Scheme, Universities Service Centre for China Studies


Congratulations on Acceptance – Journal of Chinese Studies is accepted into the 2015 THCI Core List!

2015 THCI Core List:
http://www.hss.ntu.edu.tw/model.aspx?no=66

 

Hop Wai Short-term Research Grant (2016–2017)

The Hop Wai Short-term Research Grant provides support for Bachelor or graduate students and staff at CUHK to carry out further studies related to Chinese culture or the exchange of Chinese and Western cultures at universities outside Hong Kong. Application for the year 2016 – 2017 was due. Result will be announced in ICS website in late April 2016.

 

Young Scholars' Forum in Chinese Studies 2016 will be held on 19–21 May 2016

The ICS and CUHK–Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation Asia-Pacific Centre for Chinese Studies (APC) are co-organising the Third Young Scholars' Forum in Chinese Studies, to be held on 19–21 May 2016. The forum aims to nurture young scholars in Chinese Studies and strengthen the network among young scholars in the field.
Applications have been well received. For the latest information of the forum, please visit: http://www.cuhk.edu.hk/ics/general/forum/

The ICS is honoured to receive general support from the GS Charity Foundation to organise a series of workshops to promote Chinese culture. The Chinese Calligraphy Workshop was successfully held in November 2015. Appreciation of Chinese Painting Workshop and Lecture Series on Qing History will be held in February 2016. Forthcoming workshops include Introduction to Classical Chinese Culture, Kun Opera and Pottery. For the latest information on the workshops, please visit the ICS website.

 

Lee Hysan Visiting Scholar Scheme, Universities Service Centre for China Studies

The USC has admitted the following scholars to the Lee Hysan Visiting Scholar Scheme and provided grants for them to conduct research. All incoming visiting scholars have been invited to give seminars or talks during their stay. For the latest information, please visit the USC website.

NameInstitutionPeriod of Stay
Kevin Joseph O'BRIENUC-Berkeley University2 to 9 January 2016
Deborah Strong DAVISYale University2 to 11 January 2016
Sei Jeong ChinEwha Womans University3 to 24 January 2016
孫沛東復旦大學3 to 31 January 2016
劉忠波南開大學文學院24 January to 24 February 2016
賀照田中國社會科學院文學研究所25 January to 24 February 2016
李文子共識傳媒《領導者》雜誌1 to 30 March 2016
趙德雷哈爾濱工程大學1 March to 1 April 2016
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Interview with Professor Joseph M. Chan: The History and Development of the Universities Service Centre for China Studies of CUHK
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News
2015 Institute of Chinese Studies Luncheon IV: Revealing the Secret of Black Tiger: Exquisite Specimens of Rubbings in the Art Museum
2015 Institute of Chinese Studies Luncheon V: Lui Shou-kwan and Modern Chinese Art
2015 Institute of Chinese Studies Luncheon VI: Classical Chinese Poetic Prosody and Parallel Prose Prosody
Public Lecture by CUHK–CCK Foundation Asia-Pacific Centre for Chinese Studies 2015 Visiting Scholar (Professor Shih Chi-yu)
Lingnan Cities Culture Lecture Series III: Zhang Yinhuan and His Friends
Opening Ceremony of The Bei Shan Tang Legacy: Rubbings of Stone Engraving and Model Calligraphy, Art Museum
Research, Conservation and Collection of Chinese Rubbings Public Lecture Series, Art Museum
Special Preview and Opening Ceremony of Restrained Lustre: Chinese Jades from the Cissy and Robert Tang Collection, Art Museum
The 20th International Conference on Yue Dialects, T.T. Ng Chinese Language Research Centre
Twenty-First Century Bimonthly Silver Anniversary, Research Centre for Contemporary Chinese Culture
New Publications
ICS Luncheons, Institute of Chinese Studies
Twelfth Graduate Seminar on China, Universities Service Centre for China Studies
Exhibition: The Bei Shan Tang Legacy: Rubbings of Stone Engraving and Model Calligraphy, Art Museum
Exhibition: Restrained Lustre: Chinese Jades from the Cissy and Robert Tang Collection, Art Museum
Exhibition: Heavenly Crafted: Selected Mughal Jades from the Palace Museum, Art Museum
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