Chinese Culture in the Global Context

Upcoming Events

 19th March, 2018 (Monday) 
2:30- 4:00 p.m.
B0614, 6/F, OUHK Main Campus
[Distinguished Professor's Lecture & Double Book Launch]
Speaker: Professor Mabel Lee

Recent Events

 15th December, 2017 (Friday) 
2:00- 3:30 p.m.
C0710, 7/F, OUHK Main Campus
[The 1st seminar of Chinese Culture in the Global Context]
Speaker: Dr. Julian Ward
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Chinese Culture in the Global Context is an IDS project set up by the School of Arts and Social Sciences (A&SS) at The Open University of Hong Kong (OUHK). It is funded by an RGC grant with the aim to enhance the research capability of the OUHK academics teaching relevant subjects and conducting research in the disciplines of Chinese language, literature, history, philosophy, communication, film and art. This facilitates the study of the increasingly important role that Chinese culture plays in global affair, and serves the functions of being a research instrument that informs teaching in the related areas and also as a platform for establishing international connections with major centres of Chinese studies around the world.

Research Activities

(1) Research seminars to address how Chinese culture has been received worldwide and has had an impact in the world;
(2) a conference/workshop to investigate how Chinese culture has been taught and studied in different parts of the world; and
(3) fieldwork to collect data relevant to the research agendas and directions in this area.

Maintained by: School of Arts & Social Sciences ( as@ouhk.edu.hk )
Modified Date: Mar 06, 2018