2014 No.4
Event Highlights: ICS Luncheon

The Institute of Chinese Studies aims to provide a setting for exchanges among Chinese Studies scholars at the University. The luncheon is therefore planned as a monthly informal gathering during term time. Scholars will be invited to give presentations on their recent research interests and future directions in the broad area of Chinese studies.

The luncheon will take place from 12:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m., in the Activities Room, 2/F Art Museum East Wing, Institute of Chinese Studies. Details are as follows:

Monday, 26 January 2015Professor Tang Chung (鄧聰教授),
Director, Centre for Chinese Archaeology and Art
Friday, 27 February 2015Professor Wang Mei-yi (王美怡教授)
Director, Institute of History, Guangzhou Academy of Social Sciences

For further details on the luncheon, please visit the website of the Institute of Chinese Studies.

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Event: 2014 ICS Luncheon V – On the Research and the Upcoming Exhibition of Hindustan Jades
Event: Public Lectures by Professor Dorothy J. Solinger and Professor Thomas P. Bernstein
Event: Public Lecture by Dr Dimitri Drettas on 'Dream cutouts and ghostly interactions – The shaping and transmission of Chinese oneirocritique'
Event: Workshop and Lectures on Mughal Jade – Art Museum
Event: Workshop on the Naxi Language – T.T. Ng Chinese Language Research Centre
Event: The 3rd Renditions Distinguished Lecture Series on Literary Translation – Research Centre for Translation
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