2015 No.4
Interview with Professor Joseph M. Chan: The History and Development of the Universities Service Centre for China Studies of CUHK
 
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"漢延熹西嶽華山廟碑之研究──以順德本為中心"

Puk Wing Kin, Assistant Professor, Department of History

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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
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2015 Institute of Chinese Studies Luncheon IV: Revealing the Secret of Black Tiger: Exquisite Specimens of Rubbings in the Art Museum
At the ICS Luncheon on 21 September 2015, Dr. Ho Pik Ki, Research Associate of the Art Museum, presented her recent research on rubbings and shared with us a forthcoming exhibition (October 2015 to January 2016) "The Bei Shan Tang Legacy: Rubbings of Stone Engraving and Model Calligraphy ".
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2015 Institute of Chinese Studies Luncheon V: Lui Shou-kwan and Modern Chinese Art
At the ICS Luncheon on 26 October 2015, Professor Josh Yiu, Acting Director of the Art Museum, presented his recent research on Lui Shou-kwan and modern Chinese art.
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2015 Institute of Chinese Studies Luncheon VI: Classical Chinese Poetic Prosody and Parallel Prose Prosody

At the ICS Luncheon on 30 November 2015, Professor Feng Shengli from the Department of Chinese Language and Literature presented his recent research on Classical Chinese Poetic Prosody and Parallel Prose Prosody.

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Public Lecture by CUHK–CCK Foundation Asia-Pacific Centre for Chinese Studies 2015 Visiting Scholar (Professor Shih Chi-yu)

 

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Lingnan Cities Culture Lecture Series III: Zhang Yinhuan and His Friends
(Speaker: Dr. Liang Ji Yong)
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Opening Ceremony of The Bei Shan Tang Legacy: Rubbings of Stone Engraving and Model Calligraphy, Art Museum
 
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Research, Conservation and Collection of Chinese Rubbings Public Lecture Series, Art Museum
 
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Special Preview and Opening Ceremony of Restrained Lustre: Chinese Jades from the Cissy and Robert Tang Collection, Art Museum
 
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The 20th International Conference on Yue Dialects, T.T. Ng Chinese Language Research Centre
 
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Twenty-First Century Bimonthly Silver Anniversary, Research Centre for Contemporary Chinese Culture
 
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New Publications
  • The Bei Shan Tang Legacy: Rubbings of Stone Engraving and Model Calligraphy (in Chinese, with English abstract and the list of plates) (in Chinese and English), Art Museum
  • The Stele for Xia Cheng from the Eastern Han Dynasty (clerical script) (in Chinese), Inscription on the Sweet Spring in the Jiucheng Palace from the Tang Dynasty (standard script) (in Chinese), Chunhua ge tie (Quanzhou version, juan 6–8, cursive script) (in Chinese), Art Museum
  • Studies in Chinese Linguistics, T.T. Ng Chinese Language Research Centre
  • Twenty-First Century Bimonthly, Research Centre for Contemporary Chinese Culture
  • Coping with Crisis: Ways for Family Business Survive and Thrive, Research Centre for Contemporary Chinese Culture
  • A Glossary of the Zhanguoce, D. C. Lau Research Centre for Chinese Ancient Texts
  • Renditions no. 84, Research Centre for Translation
  • Paper Cuts by Leung Ping Kwan; Translated by Brian Holton, Research Centre for Translation
  • Sinologists as Translators in the Seventeenth to Nineteenth Centuries, Research Centre for Translation
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ICS Luncheons, Institute of Chinese Studies
 
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Twelfth Graduate Seminar on China, Universities Service Centre for China Studies
 
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Exhibition: The Bei Shan Tang Legacy: Rubbings of Stone Engraving and Model Calligraphy, Art Museum
 
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Exhibition: Restrained Lustre: Chinese Jades from the Cissy and Robert Tang Collection, Art Museum
 
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Exhibition: Heavenly Crafted: Selected Mughal Jades from the Palace Museum, Art Museum
 
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Editorial Board Committee
Editor : Lai Chi-tim
Members : Xu Yan-lian
Leung Tse-wai, Grace
Lee Kit-yee, Rene

Interview with Professor Joseph M. Chan: The History and Development of the Universities Service Centre for China Studies of CUHK
"漢延熹西嶽華山廟碑之研究──以順德本為中心"
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
Editorial Board Committee
 
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