CeMEAS Lecture

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Philanthropy and civil society in China

Tuesday, December 8, 2015
6 pm, KWZ Room 0.606
Dr. Andreas Fulda
(School of Contemporary Chinese Studies, University of Nottingham)

A public talk about critical and dynamic choices for foreign and domestic grant-making
foundations as aid actors in the PR China, followed by an introduction to postgraduate
degrees offered by the School of Contemporary Chinese Studies in Nottingham, UK

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Lecture: Lord Yang – A God and His Special Role in Local Politics of Late Qing China (1840 – 1867)

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Monday, July 14, 2014
2.15pm, KWZ Room 0.608
Prof. Dr. Lo Shih- chieh

 

In early February 1855, a group of “local bandits” led by Qu Zhenhan occupied Yueqing city of Wenzhou prefecture for a week. According to Qing officials’ report, this incident was suppressed by the divine manifestation of Lord Yang, Continue reading

Lecture: Factors Shaping Migration Regime: The Case of Taiwan in Comparison to Japan and South Korea

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Lecture: Factors Shaping Migration Regime: The Case of Taiwan in Comparison to Japan and South Korea
Wednesday, July 9, 2014
2pm, OEC Room 0.168
Prof. Dr. Yen-Fen Tseng

 

Investigating the linkages between migration and development, four major migration regimes have been identified by existing literature, each exhibiting distinct characteristics: Migration within the Europe Union; Contract workers in the Persian Gulf from South and Southeast Asia; The brain drain to North America, Migration transition in East Asia. Studying migration regimes enables one

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Lecture: Sechs Jahre als Botschafter in China – eine persönliche Bestandsaufnahme

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Lecture: Sechs Jahre als Botschafter in China – eine persönliche Bestandsaufnahme
Thursday, June 19, 2014
6pm, KWZ Room 3.601
Dr. Michael Schaefer, Botschafter a.D.

 
Dr. Michael Schaefer ist seit Juli 2013 Vorsitzender des Vorstands der BMW Stiftung Herbert Quandt. Nach seinem Studium der Rechtswissenschaften trat er 1978 in den Auswärtigen Dienst ein und war in der Folge u.a. als Ständiger Vertreter in der Botschaft Singapur (1987-1991), Continue reading

Lecture: Post – Orientalist Perceptions of Tibet between China and the West: Essentialization, Geopolitics and Topophilia

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Lecture: Post – Orientalist Perceptions of Tibet between China and the West: Essentialization, Geopolitics and Topophilia

Wednesday, June 11, 2014
12pm, VG. Room 2.101
Dr. Dan Smyer Yu

The appearance of Tibet is unprecedentedly frequent in global discourses of humanitarian issues, climate changes, environmental conservation, peace-building, religion-science dialogue, social engagement of Buddhism, creative arts, and New Age Spiritualty in the twenty-first century. It continues to spark imaginations Continue reading